Ghost Game tells the story of 11 contestants who sign up for a scary reality show which forces them to confront the supernatural and their innermost fears. They're brought to an ancient war... See full summary »
At beginning of the movie as the last witch exits the canoe she steps off to the left side of the screen. Ten minutes later when the scene is revisited, she steps off to the right side of the screen. See more »
How much further?
Not too much further. But I don't even know what the hell we're looking for.
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Special thanks to: the guys who helped us find Nick's parent's boat See more »
It took five screenwriters and twenty three producers to make this one?
A supposed $200.000 budget? That's a laugh. This film looks like it was made on an iphone, which was often fogged over, or even has visible raindrops on it throughout the scene. Every stereotypical character imaginable is present and accounted for, and played by deservedly unknown actors, probably wearing their own clothing because of the film's nonexistent budget.
The twenty-three producers probably bought their producer credit for $20, and an executive producer credit for $35. It took five screenwriters to dream this one up? Did they collaborate, or at least know what each other was writing? The plot was about ... oh, bloody hell, I could barely understand it, I was too distracted by the visible lighting equipment, crew-members walking into the frame, and checking out cute little Shelby Fenner, and her frequently visible panties, which changed colour in almost every cut. That was about the only thing which kept me watching.
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