One year after Mike Lawford's young son disappeared during a Halloween carnival, he is haunted by ghostly images and terrifying messages he can't explain. Together with his estranged wife, he will stop at nothing to unravel the mystery and find their son-and, in doing so, he unearths the legend of the crying woman who refuses to remain buried in the past.
While the autopsy is being performed on the psychic medium, he cuts an incision into her body which draws a line of blood something which is not possible in a dead body. What makes this even less likely is that her insides are badly burned including the heart so where would the blood be coming from? See more »
Pay the Ghost was for my money, a very decent not trying to be a horror but more suspenseful drama unfolding. Nicholas Cage who son is abducted by three century vengeful ghost who takes little children on Halloween. The flow of the story was very smooth with not a lot empty clues to leave you wondering what would happen next. I'm not Cage fan, but I do like a good Sunday afternoon film that keeps your attention span for more than an hour, and this road to recovery for his career film did just that. There were even a few parts that took me by surprise (in a good scary way) and kept me wanting to know how this story would end. That's how you know got my attention. Overall it was good to see Cage is something that just made sense. The last film I saw him in was Left Behind, and that title is exactly where he should've left that script. If you just like a decent story with a few good jumps, give this one a watch, You can pay the ghost attention.
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