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Ghosts Don't Exist (2010)

Ghosts Don't Exist (2010)

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A prominent television ghost hunter announces his retirement, but agrees to investigate one last haunting when a terrified client claims to have irrefutable evidence that ghosts truly exist.
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Horror
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An interesting premise about a paranormal investigation TV host, Ghost Don't Exist feels like a non-found-footage version of Grave Encounters or Episode 50 (or their countless other rip-offs) without the scares. Decently made, Ghosts Don't Exist tries to take an original approach to its storyline, but ultimately it just plods through its plot without ever fully capitalizing on its creepy potential. It just leaves you feeling let down at the end.

Al Miller
Al Miller
½

I liked this film. I'm a fan of the critic Roger Ebert, and if you are too, you'll know what I mean when I say using his system I'd give the movie two and one-half to three stars. The acting is fine; they simply aren't "names"; maybe one casting mistake. The story is interesting; there is real tension; events in the film reveal that what is happening is not only possible but plausible in the real world; the hero's ultimate decision is deeply wrenching for him and based on a strong affirmation of life. The film held my interest throughout and afterwards, I reflected on how this precise story could have occurred in real life. In fact, upon reflection, I think I'd give it three Ebert stars.

L Malinofsky
L Malinofsky

This is one of those ghost stories you probably aren't going to watch with the lights out... because you're likely to fall asleep! Ploddingly slow, with an hour and fifteen minutes worth of set-up for a pay-off that's not even close to being worth that much of an investment of your time. The acting, writing and direction are all mediocre at their best. Boring, maudlin stuff destined for the penny bin, as much B-grade soap opera as it is a supernatural thriller. The chills don't exist, either. If you must see for yourself, make sure to have some strong coffee at hand. It's "Ghost" meets valium.

Brian Seitzman
Brian Seitzman

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