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Ghost Voyage (2008)

Ghost Voyage is a TV movie starring Antonio Sabato Jr., Deanna Russo, and Nicholas Irons. A group of passengers plot their escape off a haunted ship to hell.




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Credited cast:
... Michael
... Serena
Nicholas Irons ... Nicholai
... Raymond
... Simon
... Jessica
... Ronnie
... The Steward
Hristo Mitzkov ... Andrew (as Hristo Mitskov)
Tanya Kozhuharova ... Junkie Ghost (as Tanya Kojuharova)
Vlado Mihailov ... Luis
Zhasmina Toskova ... Seductress Ghost (as Jasmina Toshkova)
Georgi Chapkunov ... Serena's Father
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Svetlozar Popov ... Michael (younger)


A group of passengers plot their escape off a haunted ship to hell.

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Horror | Sci-Fi





Release Date:

26 January 2008 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Ghost Voyage - Odissea infernale  »

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The final character to be "Processed" in the film should not have been. While this person did bad acts, they were not against any of the rules set forth by the Steward and therefore that person should simply be stranded where they were until they either broke a rule or did something to become "Returned". See more »


Raymond: Go to hell.
Ronnie: I think that's where we're going.
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References Orca (1977) See more »

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Another Sci-Fi Channel Movie of the Week
26 January 2008 | by See all my reviews

Underwear model Antonio Sabato Jr. stars as one of a group of disoriented stereotypes...er....passengers who awaken aboard a strange cargo ship in the middle of the ocean with no recollection of how they got there or where the ship is heading. Gosh, who is that strange Asian steward quoting strange rules to them? Where are they going? Where could the rest of the crew be? Why do they keep disappearing one by one? Odd advertising for this one, though. It indicates that 7 people awaken on the ship, when there are actually 9 (at the start, anyway). A few good scares, but the ending is telegraphed a mile away. Not the worst of the Sci-Fi Channel movies of the week, but certainly not the best.

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