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A rather jolly film if you pardon the pun, but not really very frightening. The plot is very reminiscent of "The Fog". A dead pirate comes back and kills descendants of his crew who mutinied against him 300 years earlier. It's a film to watch if there is nothing else on the TV. Don't take it too seriously and treat it as a bit of fun. The acting is not of a great standard. There would certainly not be any Oscar nominations for this picture. I haven't heard of any of the cast although the leading lady, Kristina Korn is quite pleasing on the eye. The decapitation scenes, of which there are many are humorous but certainly not scary.
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