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Ghosts Don't Exist (2010)

Not Rated | | Horror | 14 March 2010 (USA)
A ghost hunter's final case before retiring leads him down a dark and potentially deadly path.




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Credited cast:
... Brett Wilson
... Travis Garner
... Jennifer Hughes (as Devon Marie Burt)
... David Sherman
Frederick Cowie ... Ritchie Lyons
... Kurt Wilson
... Nicole Wilson
Chris Cooley ... Deputy Dan
Chris Kennedy ... Sheriff Fuller
Lindsay Czarniak ... Lindsay - PsyFi News reporter
Demetrius Parker ... Dr. Greenway
Ed Mantell ... Bradford Walters
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Giana Appleman ... Woman in waiting room
Deborah Bartram ... Woman in Restaurant (as Glen Bartram)
David Beatty ... E.M.T.


A ghost hunter's final case before retiring leads him down a dark and potentially deadly path.

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$250,000 (estimated)
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As the movie opens, you hear a hospital intercom calling for Dr. Blair and Dr. J. Hamilton. This same audio clip can be heard at the beginning of the song "I Remember Now", the first track on the album "Operation Mindcrime" by Queensr├┐che. See more »


In the beginning of the movie there was a pregnant woman who is injured in the hospital and they are bagging her with an ambubag. They didn't have to do that since she was obviously talking, meaning she can breathe fine. See more »

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An excellent, original Film by 19w
20 January 2010 | by See all my reviews

I just got back from the preview of this film and what struck me as interesting is that the during whole ride home, a good 45 minute trip, I did nothing but discuss the movie with my wife. And as I sit down to write this, she mentions how she is worried about having nightmares - a very good sign as far as Horror/Suspense films go.

I had high expectations for this movie. I understood the level of effort, skill, and collaboration that was involved and was pretty sure it would turn out to be a decent flick. Therefore, I was pleasantly surprised that Ghosts Don't Exist actually exceeded my expectations in many ways.

The level of production quality is evident throughout the film and all of the elements in GDE are very well-executed, thanks to a talented cast and crew. The cinematography and musical score really stood out as exceptional, and worked perfectly to emphasize the overall mood. But, in my opinion, what defines GDE is in the original storyline and how well it is both directed and portrayed by the actors.

There are some very tense and unnerving moments throughout the movie, but GDE doesn't rely on shock tactics to scare you. The film is definitely creepy, but in a tasteful way. At the same time, it's still a horror flick at heart, and has just enough violence and blood to do the trick. I would consider GDE to be a perfect balance of elements for this genre.

Overall, I enjoyed the movie quite a bit and thought it was a huge achievement by 19th and Wilson, as well as an incredible collaborative effort by everyone involved.

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