A horror movie review.
My friends make fun of me, but its movies like this that make me want to stay away from certain countries. You hear of weird stuff happening all the time, but this one- I saw all the mistakes coming and even yelled at my screen, in a feeble attempt to warn them of the impending doom. Did they listen to me?
So what is the world is Ghost House about? A couple travel to Thailand for an epic adventure of a lifetime and have a death of a time...
So when you travel to a foreign country, there are things you need to know, levels of respect and things you should honor. I know because I lived in on an Asian continent for a little over a year. I didn't venture off to areas of unknown like they did in this movie, but unlike in other movies like An American Werewolf In London, "You stick to the path!" You don't mess with things you do not know!
In Ghost House, a couple travel to Thailand, thinking they're about to have the trip of epic proportions. Well, they do. They meet up with two guys who promise to show them a fun time. What they don't realize is that their newfound friends have an ulterior motive. I can't say much more than that.
What I can say is this movie is pretty fun to watch. It make you made though, because you see the pocket full of mistakes coming. And the way they do this base drop when something's coming is awesome on your horror senses.
What makes you watch Ghost House is the fact that Asian horror is different from American. It never ends; it's a continuous circle of never-ending taunt and fright for the ones you're watching. Like Ju-On and Nightmare, the ghosts are never truly satisfied. Or are they?
Take a peek at this one- it's not a waste, but definitely a true winner. The jump scares are good, the FX are pretty fun and the acting is decent- especially Billy Brown (Mark Boone Junior) from Sons of Anarchy. Just remember, Go-Go is the man.
Directed by Rich Ragsdale
Written by Scout Taylor-Compton, Jason Chase Tyrrell and O'Sullivan
Starred Mark Boone Junior, Scout Taylor-Compton, James Landry Hébert and Russell Geoffrey Banks
Released August 2017
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