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Stageghost (2000)

R | | Thriller, Western
A group of people are trapped inside a stagecoach station under attack by spirits.

Director:

Stephen Furst

Writer:

Tom Seiler (as Thomas Seiler)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Edward Albert ... U.S. Deputy Marshal Coburn
Christopher Atkins ... Matthew Bronson
Dana Barron ... Renee Bloomer
Mark Brooks ... Skeleton #1
Fredrick Burton Fredrick Burton ... One-Eye Jack McGurk
Darryl Chan ... Appaloosa Indian
Dan Coplan ... Joe Cormier
Sonny D'Angelo Sonny D'Angelo ... Dave Bosquin
Keith Ewell ... Strodder
Griff Furst ... Rob
Paul Gallant Paul Gallant ... Dead Man in Boathouse
Tad Griffith ... Skeleton #2
Dennis Hayden ... Merrill
Terry Moore ... Olive
Celeste M. Purdy Celeste M. Purdy ... Hazel Thomas
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A group of people are trapped inside a stagecoach station under attack by spirits.

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Thriller | Western

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for language
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Also Known As:

Stage Ghost See more »

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Curmudgeon Films See more »
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Color
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During production the film was referred to only as "Adobe Station". See more »

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A Real Stinker
14 February 2012 | by MickeyLeeSee all my reviews

To the defenders of this movie, all I can say is: "Huh?" This is one of the very few movies I have ever turned off before the end. Pointless, nothing supernatural, laughable "skeleton" outfits on the crooks, bad dialog, you name it. The marshal, or sheriff, or whatever he was, began the movie hating the captured bank robber, then suddenly does a 180 without much motivation. "I hate your guts, you scum. . .nah, I guess you're alright." With few exceptions, the actors could have been replaced with cardboard cutouts. Lots of clichés were thrown in, but not enough to help. Yes, help. One colorful villain thrown in the mix was a lot more like a one-eyed land pirate than a cowboy. But, he either wasn't good enough, or bad enough, to help the movie. I awarded two stars, one for the lovely Dana Barron and one for Christopher Atkins. Both did fine jobs, especially considering what they had to work with. Unless you simply have time to kill, or are curious to see how Audry from the first "Vacation" movie grew up (beautiful!) don't bother with this one.


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