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Stormhouse -- In 2002 the Military captured and imprisoned a supernatural entity at a secret underground base. In the final four days of their experiment a 'Ghost Whisperer' is brought to Stormhouse by the Government.
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Stormhouse -- In 2002, eight months before the invasion of Iraq, the Military captured and imprisoned a supernatural entity at Stormhouse, a secret underground base. This film documents the final four days of that experiment.

'Ghost whisperer' Hayley Sands is brought to Stormhouse by the Government to make contact with the captured entity. But her arrival triggers a series of events which lead to the entity's escape, plunging the base into a horrific nightmare.

Delivering everything from heart-pounding tension to nerve-shredding shocks and jumps, Stormhouse combines the realism of Paranormal Activity with the chilling atmosphere of The Ring and the visceral horror of the Saw movies.


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  (in credits order)

Katherine Flynn ... Hayley Sands (as Katie Flynn)

Grant Masters ... Major Anthony Lester
Patrick Flynn ... Justin Rourke

Grahame Fox ... Lieutenant Groves

Munir Khairdin ... Salim Hassan

Martin Delaney ... Brandon Faber
James Capel ... Karl Matthews
Anthony Mark Streeter ... Lance Corporal Rogers

Frankie Fitzgerald ... Dan Randall
Andrew Hall ... Minister Duncan McGillis

Jordan Pitt ... Andy Duggan
Marlon Williams ... Jones

Directed by
Dan Turner 
Writing credits
Jason Arnopp (written by)

Dan Turner (story) &
Jason Arnopp (story)

Produced by
Jason Arnopp .... executive producer
Dean Fisher .... producer
Original Music by
Sam Watts 
Cinematography by
Richard Swingle 
Film Editing by
Ben Hooton 
Casting by
Jane Frisby 
Production Design by
Jamie Bishop 
Art Direction by
Sally King 
Costume Design by
Rebecca Hywel-Jones 
Makeup Department
Emma Slater .... hair designer
Emma Slater .... makeup designer
Emma Slater .... makeup supervisor
Production Management
Michael S. Constable .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Claudia Alder .... third assistant director
Alex Mercer .... first assistant director
George Nelson .... second assistant director
Rachel Slater .... second assistant director
Alex Wilkinson .... third assistant director
Art Department
Stephanie Nicolle .... art department assistant
Victoria Owen .... assistant property master
Alexandra Slade .... art department assistant
Steve Wickenden .... property master
Sound Department
Dave Eccleston .... sound mixer
Roger Johnson .... sound mixer
Cody Peterson .... US adr recording
Tony Powell .... boom operator
Mark Verner .... supervising sound editor
Visual Effects by
Zaid Alkayat .... visual effects artist
Mike Bliss .... visual effects artist
Niel Bushnell .... visual effects
Martin Calder .... visual effects supervisor
Christopher Callow .... visual effects artist
Tim Carter .... visual effects artist
Chris Chatterton .... visual effects artist
Nick Patrick .... visual effects artist
Pablo Renedo .... visual effects artist
Matt Turner .... visual effects artist
Ciarán Wright .... visual effects artist
Camera and Electrical Department
Ben Caldwell .... electrician
Tim Dayman .... epk videographer
Teff James-Harrison .... gaffer
James Knight .... focus puller
Warren Markert .... second assistant camera
Tommi Murshed-Parish .... stills photographer (as Tommi Murshed)
James Neal .... second assistant camera
Aya Vandenbussche .... focus puller
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Matilda Kirkwood .... costume assistant
Matilda Kirkwood .... wardrobe
Editorial Department
Michael Stirling .... colorist
Dan Turner .... additional editor
Music Department
Peter Gregson .... cello
Dan Watts .... music mixer
Other crew
Henry Bond .... caterer
Kathryn Dodd .... script supervisor
Robert Graham .... production accountant
James Greenslade .... production legal
Chris Hainsworth .... Finance Executive AV Pictures
John Harrison .... dit
Margherita Manizza .... production coordinator
Natalie Banks .... special thanks
Lee Brazier .... special thanks
Sarah Brown .... special thanks
Anthea Buxton .... special thanks
Matt and Chris .... special thanks: Elstree Studios Maintenance
Dave .... special thanks: Rochester Armoury
Eddie Dias .... special thanks
Joanne and Adam Fisher .... special thanks
Tricia Newman .... special thanks
Sarah .... special thanks: Junk Empire
Laurie Saunders .... special thanks
Moss Scaffolding .... special thanks

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Rated R for violence/gore and some language
UK:88 min (original version)
Aspect Ratio:
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Sound Mix:
UK:15 (cut) | USA:R

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The cast and crew lived on location and were kept to a military regime to mirror the film.See more »


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0 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
Intriguing but not all that memorable, 27 October 2014
Author: GL84 from Los Angeles, Ca

Brought on-board a secret military base, a woman's attempts to investigate their supposed capture of a supernatural entity causes chaos on the base when it's accidentally released and goes on the rampage, forcing her to try to stop it.

This turned out to be quite a dreadful and really uninteresting effort without a lot really going for it. One of the only positives to this is the frankly original plot line concerning the capture of such an entity and what means is being done to control and contain it. Being able to remain controlled in a small enclosure with electronic impulses makes for a rather unique touch and allows this a pretty original touch that doesn't really get used all that often yet here makes some sense as the military would be one of the few places in the world where access to such material isn't out of the ordinary and seems pretty plausible throughout here. As well, the final half here tends to focus on the body-hopping means that the ghost employs to seek out revenge on the base for it's imprisonment and that leads to some mildly-tense sequences where it's in someone unexpectedly causing them to engage in all the horrific ideas and acts quite nicely. However, there's a lot really wrong here with the fact that this one tends to use a pretty hackneyed and cliché motive of the powers-that-be being unwilling to provide much in the way of explanations that would help this one be a little more understandable. Considering this is par for the course from the military, that's not all that out of the realms of realism where disinformation and withholding is pretty much par for the course in their history but here it just leads to endless scenes of her trying to actually do her job that she was specifically called there for yet keeps coming up with the bull-headed and refusal tactics from the military brass there which really begs the question of why she would want to stay there when what she's seen and been exposed to from their attitudes toward her would seem to really question why it was included in the first place. As well, this tends to really affect the pace of this with numerous scenes that go nowhere due to their refusal as well as tends to cause this to feel like a drag with hardly anything happening which is quite a common trait in many of the recent British efforts so this is no exception. Finally, the low-budget on display throughout this tends to cause the attacks to come off as quite lame and really ridiculous with hardly any real effort put into them, the special effects aren't that great and overall the film's centerpiece scenes are pushed so far into the back-half of the film it's too little too late as well as being plagued by ineffectiveness. These hold this back and really harm it overall.

Rated R: Graphic Violence and Graphic Language.

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