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Ghost Storm (2011)

Not Rated | | Action, Horror, Sci-Fi | TV Movie 10 November 2012
An action packed chase led by Hal and Ashley to save the people on this small island from a strange electrical storm which is led by angry souls from a mass suicide looking for revenge.


Paul Ziller


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Cast overview:
Carlos Bernard ... Hal Miller
Crystal Allen ... Ashley Barrett
Cindy Busby ... Daisy Barrett
Kacey Rohl ... Melissa
Aaron Douglas ... Greg Goropolis
Brett Dier ... Rob
Andrew Dunbar ... Will
Steve Bacic ... Carl
David Lewis ... Doug
Nicholas Carella ... Brett
Ken Kramer ... Father Telmo
Patricia Drake Patricia Drake ... Mary
Brent Stait ... Thomas
Daniel Boileau ... Fisherman


An action packed chase led by Hal and Ashley to save the people on this small island from a strange electrical storm which is led by angry souls from a mass suicide looking for revenge.

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Action | Horror | Sci-Fi


Not Rated



USA | Canada



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10 November 2012 (USA) See more »

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[first lines]
Daisy: [as she and Melissa wander through the darkened graveyard] Will? Rob? Stop playing games! Will?
Daisy: [as she sees Will slumped lifelessly against a gravestone] Will!
Will: Wha...!
[suddenly snatches at Daisy, laughs as both of the girls are startled]
Daisy: You ass! I hate you.
Rob: [appears from behind the other gravestones] Oh yeah.
Will: Oh, we're just having some fun.
Melissa: You call this fun?
Rob: Welcome to small island living, Missy. Get used to it... 'cause you are stuck here.
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8 August 2013 | by WuchakkSee all my reviews

...for a low-budget cartoony horror adventure, along the lines of "The Fog". Like that film, 2012's "Ghost Storm" takes place on an island off the Northwest coast, involves a group of ghosts that can manifest as a creeping fog and an old priest. Other than these similarities the story's completely different. The menace here is in the form of a cloud or "storm" of ghosts, made-up mostly of recently slain (typically blown-up) victims.

Although the original "The Fog" (1980) created a nice creepy atmosphere, it always struck me as kind of boring (the '05 remake was more compelling IMHO). Although "Ghost Storm" lacks the big-budget finesse of these films, particularly the original, it makes up for it with more energetic storytelling and over-the-top death scenes. The downside to this is that it comes across as comic booky. Despite this, the actors and filmmakers deliver the goods with a straight face. So it might be cartoony, but it's not campy. Think 1972's "Gargoyles" or 1987's "Bay Coven" and you'd have a good idea of the approach of "Ghost Storm." All three are comic book horror films made for television.

If you enter into "Ghost Storm" with this understanding you'll be able to enjoy it for what it is; if not, you won't. Since the CGI is cartoony and the death scenes are OTT they might elicit laughs from some viewers; so the movie can be enjoyed on this level as well. I was able to do the former and liked it enough when I saw it on TV last November that I decided to pick up the DVD the other day.

What made me like it enough to buy it on DVD? Other than the positives already noted, "Ghost Storm" has a quality cast, certainly better than the original "The Fog." The main protagonist is the sheriff of the island, played by the very likable Carlos Bernard. Then you have the sheriff's ex-wife, played by the striking Crystal Allen. Next you have their daughter, the beautiful Cindy Busby, and her cutie friend, Kacey Rohl. Lastly you have a paranormal investigator played by a guy who looks like a younger Brian Dennehy, Aaron Douglas.

I also really liked the love the protagonists show toward each other, particularly as the story proceeds. They're likable, worthy people and you find yourself rooting for them. There are also hints of forgiveness, acceptance and redemption.

BOTTOM LINE: "Ghost Storm" is nothing that'll blow you away; it's formulaic and hackneyed. But -- still -- it works for what it is. It takes elements of "The Fog" and creates a more snappy and cartoony micro-budgeted movie with a better cast.

Shot in the Vancouver area, the film runs about 90 minutes.


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