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The Ghosts of Edendale (2003)

The Ghosts of Edendale (2003)

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A struggling couple's dreams of making it big in showbiz turn into nightmares when they move into a house with a horrifying history in this shocker from The Last Broadcast co-creator Stefan Avalos. Kevin and Rachel both have high hopes for the future, and now that they've decided to move to Los Angeles, it seems that all of their wildest fantasies are finally about to come true. Though their dream house in Edendale lies just minutes from the glitz and glamour of Hollywood, everything is not as it seems in the quaint little town where everyone is in "the business," and Kevin and Rachel are about to get a terrifying history lesson. As Rachel begins to feel her sanity slipping and Kevin takes on an entirely new personality while trying to finish his defining work, it's up to Rachel to overcome her fears and snap Kevin out of his spell before he loses his soul to the Ghosts of Edendale.

Cast

Nathan Lum
as Ghost Boy
Jay Brown
as Homeless Man
Robert Lane
as Edward Habert
Cynthia King
as Beautiful Blonde
Arthur Guzman
as Cowboy Ghost
Conor McCarthy
as Ghost Photographer
Terry A. O'Connell
as Ghost Making Fire
Christine Charters
as Ghost with Jewelry Box
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Critic Reviews for The Ghosts of Edendale

All Critics (5)

Low budget scares - low rent script - high return on your investment.

January 11, 2006 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…
eFilmCritic.com

Perhaps his biggest feat is in getting Warner Brothers to acquire this film for DVD distribution

September 25, 2004 | Rating: 3/5
Filmcritic.com

Using an absorbing mixture of historical fact and supernatural fiction, The Ghosts of Edendale is a creepy and effective spook show.

March 29, 2004 | Rating: 4/5 | Full Review…
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Audience Reviews for The Ghosts of Edendale

½

A couple with dreams of making it in the movie business move from New York to what turns out to be one of the oldest film making neighborhoods in Los Angeles only to discover that the old residents have not quite moved on yet. Like many ghost stories this effort offers a great setup ... but a dismal payoff. Too bad.

Kevin M. Williams
Kevin M. Williams

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