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Thir13en Ghosts

Thir13en Ghosts

Director: Steve Beck
Writers: Robb White & Benjamin Carr
Release Year: 2001
Genre: Horror | Mystery | Thriller

The Kriticos family moved in but the evil ghosts won’t move out in this special effects spectacular update of William Castle’s classic.

The Kriticos family inherits a stunning house from an weird uncle Cyrus Kriticos without knowing nothing of its own dangerous plan. Trapped in their new home by shifting glass walls, a father, daughter and a son encounter powerful and vengeful ghosts that threaten to destroy anyone in their path. An unusual ghost hunter who is determined to free the spirits imprisoned in the house joins the family.

They are caught in a frantic race to save themselves before it is too late, the human residents realise the house is a puzzle which contains the key to their imminent salvation…or death.

Albert’s Review: “I found this horror movie quite entertaining and the ghosts in it are really cool. I can’t say it’s a classic but it’s worth watching.”
Rating: (7/10)

Nadia’s Review: “I found this film quite fascinating, I personally liked the idea and theme, very original indeed.”
Rating: (9/10)

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This post was written by Albert Saliba