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The ?Ghost Ship?s? cover has skull that alters its image, it is right on the ship's bow, so it looks like a blurry image that is entirely in blue color with dark shadows. At first I assume the ship is about ghost, it seems like it has a lot of them on the ship or it is just that. I like it, the cover is a bright idea. Designing the ?Ghost Ship? is also the director Steve Beck ("Thir13en Ghosts") makes this ?Ghost Ship,? the haunting horror nearly misses everything becoming uninteresting.
The set in 1962 is production is full of design, and insightful hints. The ship is the abandoned boat set on the sea. It is the overly secret mystery of the Antonio Graza. The introduction is brief, the feature ship is all so brief, and it is the complete craft. It surrounds with misty fog, natural weather, and evil peaceful shadows. It is the ghost ship which making the less hard salvagers more rough in their haunting dreams. The haunted sea setup is about the majestically old ocean liner luxury ship that vanishes 40 years ago, and then it reappears in front of the lively crews.
Things happen often not what it seems. The crew is origin out of Alaska, find the ship but it is no ordinary, it is the ship full of ghosts. Later the whole ship is devilish hell, some like blood stink runs through an axe is example of the wounded soul. Life is never too kind to these lost souls. It is like I am seeing the flesh in their blood, it is that scary. The ghosts are only humans with real blood. They have nudity that is what makes them eye-catching.
The little girl character is Katie (Emily Browning) who appears from here and there, to show her part with the bits and pieces of her dress and slow in motion acting, though I like everything about her short skinny and pale face that is stunning as the scenery changes within flashbacks. I see the lighting and chilling, once to catch the movement and intentional slow motion, I will like some of that smile and I think she is lovely in every corner. Then, I think of her as the girl who is the sole survivor of the steel cable incident; I feel more sympathy for the flesh and blood protagonists... More
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