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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 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 Western style tale of a stagecoach that pulls into it regular station on schedule, but without its passengers and driver. An investigation reveals blood-stained seats and no sign of any bodies. The only clue is an eerie message delivered to the station door, "Give It Back". It is up to a group of locals to uncover what happened on the haunted stagecoach and to confront the supernatural beings that have put them all under siege.

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Thriller | Western

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Rated R for language
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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

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Completely misses the mark...
17 October 2004 | by GlurrkSee all my reviews

Where to begin? How about, "Let's take an interesting premise and do the worst possible job with it!" This is a shot-on-video (the harsh overexposed shots are a dead giveaway) and transferred to film "horror-western" which might have made an intriguing movie had it not been put together so ineptly. As the movie progresses, you can see the boom & microphone put in some cameo appearances. There are continuity errors with horses (the stagecoach has four horses, then three, then four again-from shot to shot!) The cookery & glassware looks like it was made in the year 2000, not 1870. The action takes place over three days, but the moon appears full every night! There's a scene where the marshal & a bad guy are firing their guns at something, but only one gun has blanks, so it looks like one gun isn't doing anything. The addition of standard run-of-the-mill sound effects increase the cheesiness of the whole production. Not to mention the use of music- Typical twangy western music is used here, but the tempo is upbeat when it should be suspenseful- any attempt at atmosphere is usually ruined. Are you getting the idea how much thought was put into this mess? The whole thing is a clumsy, ham-fisted effort and your money would be better spent elsewhere. (If you like "MST3K", you'll get a kick out of it, but everyone else stay away!)


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