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Ghosts Don't Exist (2010)

A ghost hunter's final case before retiring leads him down a dark and potentially deadly path.

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Brett Wilson
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Travis Garner
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David Sherman
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Ritchie Lyons
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Dr. Greenway
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Bradford Walters
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Woman in waiting room
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A ghost hunter's final case before retiring leads him down a dark and potentially deadly path.

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As the movie opens, you hear a hospital intercom calling for Dr. Blair and Dr. J. Hamilton. This same audio clip can be heard at the beginning of the song "I Remember Now", the first track on the album "Operation Mindcrime" by Queensrÿche. See more »

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In the beginning of the movie there was a pregnant woman who is injured in the hospital and they are bagging her with an ambubag. They didn't have to do that since she was obviously talking, meaning she can breathe fine. See more »

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Not bad for its budget
17 July 2011 | by (East Kilbride, Scotland) – See all my reviews

Brett Wilson (Phillip Roebuck), a TV ghost hunter, is persuaded by his father to do one last programme before retiring to wallow in grief after the tragic loss of his pregnant wife some months before. A man called Travis Garner (Joe Hansard) calls him and begs for help in investigating the ghost of Wilson's wife Nicole. What finally convinces him to investigate further are some intimate details of his wife that Garner reveals to Wilson.

Wilson sets off with his cameraman Ritchie (Frederick Cowie) and his assistant Jen (Devon Marie Burt). When they arrive at the house they meet another investigator David Sherman (Josh Davidson) that Garner has also called. Sherman is a professional sceptic who has made a career out of debunking paranormal investigators. He is an arrogant dick and a drunk and nobody likes him.

In Garner's house Garner tries to tell them about the ghost of Nicole but he is confused and fails to convince them. They go to leave and Garner pulls out a gun. Wilson is still going to leave when Garner gives him message from Nicole then puts the gun into his own mouth and blows his brains out.

The message is secret code that Wilson and Nicole had agreed on it and convinces Wilson to stay and investigate. More than that he shoots the tyres of their cars to stop the others leaving too. They set up their equipment and start to investigate while Sherman snarks at their gullibility, rolling his eyes as they bring out EMF meters and start hearing voices in static interference from the computer speakers.

They all start hearing voices and seeing fleeting glimpses of other people. It becomes obvious that there really is something dangerous in the house, a slow silent killer.

This film is better than I thought it was going to be. I have seen films with sceptics included just so they could prove the arrogant dick is wrong and for most of the film it certainly looks like this was going down that road but they don't.

I can't say it is an exciting film to watch but it is interesting enough. The budget is low so there's a small cast and almost no special effects.

Rating 6/10


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