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The production design is first rate, but 13 Ghosts is distinctly lacking in scares.
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By any objective accounting, Thirteen Ghosts is exactly a baker's dozen too many -- this is a zero of a film.
The drop-dead fact is, this ornate but eerily unspooky production is designed by Hollywood vampires and powered by demographics.
Beck maintains a satisfyingly high level of heebie-jeebies throughout.
A nicely nasty Halloween treat.
Clever one-liners supplant the lack of frights with cackling -- which you might as well do since, by the end of the movie, it's clear that the joke's on you.
A B-grade horror picture seems to be a B-grade horror picture no matter how many studio bucks and digital effects you throw at it.
While the film isn't entirely noteworthy, it solidifies its place among the corny movies from the early 2000's. Cyrus' haunted house is a work of art, and ultimately adds a memorable piece of real estate in the horror genre's spooky neighborhood.
Elaborate, very expensive and very, very bad, Thir13en Ghosts is filled with ghouls who look like rejects from for Michael Jackson's Thriller video.
A more fitting tribute to William Castle would have been to create a horror flick you could sit through without consistently squirming in abject loathing.
It's junk, too, and while maybe it's not as much fun as the original, neither does it disgrace its parent.
Brutally violent horror remake is a huge waste.
Still entertaining in spite of its number of faults.
an update of an original classic b-movie which, despite better technology, fails to drum up much in the scare department and is actually irritating to watch.
This movie was Plainly terrible. The acting was horrible even by horror movie standards, and the story was just horrible. This film did have cool effects, which I did enjoy and kept my mind off the terrible story. In the end, not even the special effects saved this stupid ''horror'' film.
Another cool Dark Castle entertainment horror re-make. Didn't know of the original until I saw some reviews mention it. This reminded me a lot of the House on Haunted Hill remake made 2 years earlier. It's fun, not too serious, has a good mix of humour and gore/kills. The cast is ok and well known with Shannon Elizabeth and Matthew Lillard, but it was a nice surprise to see Tony Shalhoub (Monk) appear in this. What really makes this film enjoyable in my opinion, along with House on Haunted Hill, is the set design, make up and ghoulish characters created. Both films have a great wacky house setting, good SFX and the ghosts in this look awesome. A great way to enjoy 90mins. So if you liked House on Haunted Hill you will like this just as much.
This horror story makes no sense whatsoever, and the gory spectres in the haunted house are so scary by killing all its human inhabitants.
The direction is tawdry and pedantic. Jump cuts and abrupt scene changes only carry so far. The lack of emotional involvement dooms this film from the start. It fails to establish an emotional connection with the main characters, and the ghosts are shown as evil, rather than victims.
Horror remake of 1960's 13 Ghosts.
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