Ghostkeeper

Ghostkeeper

A group of three friends on a snowmobiling trip find themselves stranded at an abandoned lodge isolated in the mountains. They discover that an old woman resides in the hotel, along with an evil entity that she is keeping in the basement.

A group of three friends on a snowmobiling trip find themselves stranded at an abandoned lodge isolated in the mountains. They discover that an old woman resides in the hotel, along with an evil entity that she is keeping in the basement. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Amit K (au) wrote: Terrific!! Best hindi movie in a long long time!!

Charlie G (it) wrote: A man trying to get into the secret service has an opportunity to get his daughter in to see the president. That's when all hell breaks loose.

Matthew d (es) wrote: Very bizarre movie about two Ginger French guys on a road trip to get to their promised land of Ireland where they think everyone is Ginger! Very odd but quite entertaining!

Jason M (us) wrote: It's pretty funny in bits but the tone is too jarring and the happyish ending is unearned.

Larry W (kr) wrote: A fun yet dark campy gothic adventure film.

Benjamin F (ag) wrote: As far as Pen-ek Ratanaruang works go, I wouldn't call Ruang Talok 69 - or "A Funny Story About 6 and 9" as it would be more accurately translated - his best work. Between the Doyle cinematography, Prabda Yoon writing, and lead performances and direction in Last Life in the Universe, it may be Ratanaruang's near-untouchable masterpiece. That said, 6ixtynin9 is a rollercoaster of a story, with a lot of very sharp writing and extremely dark humor. Far from flawless, but highly enjoyable.

yana m (ag) wrote: the show that introduced Bobby Deol! hahax...great show! llove the songs!

Ciara B (au) wrote: What a great movie! I love Christian Slater in this movie, he's so sweet and kind. :)

Peter F (ag) wrote: Robert Redford's directorial debut doesn't transcend the label of "Oscar Bait", but it is a well-acted and often heart-felt film about family tension.

Marek Z (gb) wrote: BEST MOVIE EVER:....great one...so funny...and great reggae music... JAH RASTAFARI:.....REMOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVE YAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!

Adam R (es) wrote: An Alfred Hitchcock film with Julie Andrews and Paul Newman sparked my curiosity, but it ended up being a major letdown. Too long and too boring. It lost me to the point where I no longer understood what I was even watching. (First and only viewing - 11/2/2016)

Private U (jp) wrote: this looks fucking amazing!

Rachael H (nl) wrote: A British gangster film set in Brighton. The ending of this film is epic. I was waiting for the consequences of Pinky recording that message for his wife. How fortunate for her that the record got stuck! Those two scenes were so intense. This version of the Brighton Palace pier looks a lot more fun then the current one, the ghost train looked fun. Good performances from the actors in this film and a solid plot which is paced well throughout the film, leading to it's climax...

Orlok W (it) wrote: Another fine film in the Mr. Wong series--Fair Amount Of Fun!!

Manny C (br) wrote: Not just one movie, it's about ten. Louis Feulliade's Les Vampires was a milestone of film making, even if it's vastly unknown and under-appreciated today. Find it, you won't be disappointed.

Stan D (br) wrote: One of at least six movies for which Paul Newman should have won the oscar, and did not, this is about a white man who lived with the "Indians", who is on a stagecoach that is hijacked by robbers led by the great Richard Boone. One of the great scripts, with a supporting cast of Barbara Rush, Fredric March, Martin Balsam and Diane Cilento.

Zachary N (ru) wrote: Though it starts off slow, has a couple of bumps, preachy and Sturges' antics hasn't aged well, the setting plays exceedingly well into a self-critique on the value of entertainment without stretching credulity. Still vibrant and fresh to this day.

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