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The Ghost Club: Spirits Never Die

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4.21 h 22 min201416+
The Ghost Club: Spirits Never Die is a fun, sexy, tongue-in-cheek movie about a TV Reality Ghost show, descended from the famous Ghost Club of Harry Houdini and Sir Conan Doyle, that final get more contact than they bargained for, as the night goes on. Enisha Brewster, star of Halo Forward unto Dawn is the lead and William Forsythe is the hilarious caretaker. "They're everywhere!"
Directors
Hank Blumenthal
Starring
William ForsytheEnisha BrewsterJeph Cange
Genres
ComedyHorror
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English [CC]
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English
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Supporting actors
Jason MacJason NunesClark SarulloAC Smallwood
Producers
Michael MailerHank BlumenthalGregg Gannett
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All Channel Films, Inc.
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M. DowdenReviewed in the United Kingdom on 13 April 2020
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I will admit that I didn’t expect anything great and thus I wasn’t surprised when this never really delivered, although it did pass some harmless time in front of the screen. The product film info tells us that this is fun, tongue in cheek and sexy, which it fails to live up to on all counts. Starting off somewhat as a documentary type film this then turns into more traditional fare.

Here then the Ghost Club are out to check out whether there are any supernatural goings-on in an antebellum mansion. Actually for most of these there are not really any spooky effects, with the actors having felt or heard something that we never do, but there are a few effects that do come into play, such as a chair moving, and even some ghostly figures on occasion.

Something like this is of course going to be predictable to a high degree, after all a group of people in a supposedly haunted house has been done numerous times before, from literature through to film and games. This lacks though any tangible atmosphere, and doesn’t even have a spooky soundtrack for us to get a feeling. The acting is rather pedestrian, and you do have the usual stock characterisations for films such as this. Possibly this could have been made like a documentary type film following along the lines of Most Haunted and such like but with ‘shocks’ in store, which may have made this a bit better, but at the end of the day we have a very pedestrian and uninspired film that lacks any vision, from the acting and script onwards.

Ultimately this is something which you watch when you are bored and cannot be bothered to do anything else, so perhaps lockdown is the ideal time as you find yourself at times at a loose end. Do not watch this though if you enjoy horror films as this will be sure to make you feel a bit queasy.
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