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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
Devon Brookshire ...
Jennifer Hughes (as Devon Marie Burt)
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Travis Garner
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David Sherman
Frederick Cowie ...
Ritchie Lyons
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Kurt Wilson
Katie Foster ...
Nicole Wilson
Chris Cooley ...
Deputy Dan
Chris Kennedy ...
Sheriff Fuller
Lindsay Czarniak ...
Lindsay - PsyFi News reporter
Demetrius Parker ...
Dr. Greenway
Ed Mantell ...
Bradford Walters
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Giana Appleman ...
Woman in waiting room
Deborah Bartram ...
Woman in Restaurant (as Glen Bartram)
David Beatty ...
E.M.T.
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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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$250,000 (estimated)
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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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Dreadful
30 January 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Look: if you're going to make a low budget movie:

1. Snappy dialog/script. None here. 2. Lighting: lighting is your friend. Either there was too much, or too little. The one minute long scene in the basement with total blackness was suspense-less. 3. Show, don't tell. Scenes where characters were huddled over a monitor. "Ooh, look at that!" Care to share with the audience. 4. Pacing. PACING!!!!! EDIT YOUR FOOTAGE! 5. Ever heard of blocking scenes? 6. Clearly, one of the characters in the movie is the HOUSE - like in The Shining, or the Amityville horror. So, why not go to some effort and find a house that has a sinister aspect? Gothic Revival, dilapidated late 19th/early 20thc - instead of what looks like an average home with vinyl siding! 7. Motivation: something other than "they've all lost people in their past and have ISSUES". Ugh. 8. At least ONE likable character? Someone for the audience to identify with? They're called "protagonists". The lead was not likable. 9. Close-ups are your friend. 10. Dialog that serves no purpose? Cut it. Silence is scarier than stupid dialog. What did Beckett say? "Every word is like an unnecessary stain on silence and nothingness."

Anyway, save yourself a ruined evening, and avoid this film. Try the original "The Haunting" from 1963 if you want to see how this is REALLY done.


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