The Ghosts of Edendale

The Ghosts of Edendale

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:90 minutes
  • Release:2003
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:haunting,   ghost,   party,  

A young couple moves into a neighborhood obsessed with the frightening silent movie history that took place 80 years before. As the boyfriend also becomes obsessed, it becomes apparent that... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Tim T (kr) wrote: A touching and accurate portrayal of the trials Mr. Lincoln's friend and self appointed body guard went through to keep our president alive and safe.I recommend this movie to all my friends that are deeply into an accurate and in depth knowledge of American History and the Civil War period.

Andrew M (gb) wrote: Odd Thomas is the kind of movie that has such an intriguing premise, but just can't quite capitalize on it upon execution. Based on the first of a series of novels, the film almost plays out like a more comedic version of Donnie Darko if that titular protagonist was a sort of local vigilante, with elements of The Sixth Sense sprinkled in as well. Unfortunately, it just can't tap into the same sort of creativity that made both of those films so memorable. The plot is often nonsensical, and scenes revealing key elements of the mysterious plot don't add up as clearly as they probably should. However, the way that the worldbuilding and rules are already established in this universe is a nice change of pace: this leads to lots of voiceover narration, sure, but it's handled well. The visual effects are iffy: it's understandable for all of the creatures to be CG creations, and they look fine, but the constant broken windows and blood spurts that are also CGI are simply distracting.Where Odd Thomas really shines is in its characters, namely Odd Thomas and Stormy Llewellyn. Amidst all of the supernatural forces at work in this story, the driving force behind this movie is this relationship, and the film handles it very well. The two characters work well with one another, and their relationship is believable. While Addison Timlin doesn't give a particularly goundbreaking performance, she shares great chemistry with Anton Yelchin, who is delightful as always. Yelchin finds a perfect mix of deadbeat humor and seriousness, and he breathes a lot of humility and relatability into his character. In terms of other performances, the only other one of note is Willem Dafoe, who is solid in his limited screentime.For all of its faults, Odd Thomas isn't a bad time. The convoluted plot will be a turn off for lots of people, but if you can manage to tolerate the illogical nature of many of the plot points, the film is worth watching for the character relationships and Anton Yelchin's solid performance.

John W (es) wrote: Definite contender for worst horror flick of all time and outright winner for worst written narrative voice-over. Full of illogical inconsistencies and elements that don't contribute or go anywhere and the only question I care to have answered is: Tony Todd, why???

Daniel P (us) wrote: Hairspray in the USSR; i.e., fun and bright, but with stakes. Visual candy, catchy tunes, Lovers in a Dangerous Time plot, and only a touch heavy-handed in its political statement. Wobbles toward the end, but how many musicals don't? Eye-opening work... I kind of loved it.

Brad G (au) wrote: Has a few moments of promise, but generally a very weak film that does not truly deal with the main issue of textualist Christianity and same sex love.

Mohammed A (es) wrote: It's good movie to watch

Phill R (us) wrote: not as good as the original but not a p.o.s. either.

Ken S (ag) wrote: Larry Drake was the only one lame enough to return to this crappy direct-to-video sequel. Somehow he only needs a cane after the events of the previous film (despite being in a helicopter that hits a bridge head on and explodes). The man is resilient! Arnold Vosloo takes over from Neeson, and he plays the character completely different. Drake doesn't even play Durant the same! I just didn't like the movie as much as I had the first film.

Kenneth B (au) wrote: Humanoids from the Deep, or simply Monster, is one of those low budget horror films that should be terrible but it is just undeniable, unadulterated fun. Devilishly gory, funny and quite scary in parts. This is the kind of film that should be the result if any film-maker actually sets out to make a bad horror film. Not a snail-paced slash-fest but a completely bonkers take on The Creature From the Black Lagoon. Oh and a mention, at the end of the film, to perhaps the most shocking pieces of body-horror that I can recall seeing.

Mickael D (mx) wrote: Pour ce duo, j'ai deux films preferes, celui la et l'autre, devinez!

Jayakrishnan R (jp) wrote: 83%Saw this on 5/10/16 Joel Schumacher is always a talent to watch out for. Michael Douglas gives a terrific performance as Robert Duvall is no short. The film is a cynical, social allegory and an effective black comedy. However, ends up like a normal thriller in the end.

Helen M (it) wrote: Best one yet!Suzie age 6

Alec B (fr) wrote: As great as the central concept is, the execution is a lot messier than many would care to admit (for a film that's well under two hours, it feels a lot longer). Still, Roddy Piper is surprisingly great and I enjoy seeing Carpenter get overtly political and philosophical in what could have a been a a straightforward genre piece.

Steve G (au) wrote: An excellent film noir. Exceptionally well-written.Mitchum's performance was outstanding. He inhabited the character effortlessly. His laconic voice, weary eyes, & conflicted demeanor were pitch-perfect. He shines through in his performance.Though I must admit, I found myself the slightest bit unsatisfied with the conclusion. It too easily brings a total halt to an hour and a half of build-up and suspense. ****SPOILER****Everybody dies. Too convenient in tying the loose ends. It wouldn't have been difficult for either Mitchum or Greer to explain the deaths of Joe or Whit. Or to tie the other two deaths to them. So, in a way, it kind of made that ending unnecessary. If I thought there was no other course of action, then maybe. But everything prior made me believe that the both of them have been more than capable enough to get out of situations.But even neglecting that and remembering that Jeff killed no one & had no reason to continue his involvment with Kathie, who was guilty, it seems that taking a quick bullet from this woman passenger in his car was too easy a way to go. I'd have thought he might have anticipated something considering she had a gun and he probably knew she wouldn't have been happy about seeing the police. His demise was just too quick. It doesn't seem the man that I'd been watching for almost 2 hours would've been so unassumingly blind-sinded. Not a great way to go. And there's just a sense of too much convenience about Kirk Douglas' death. BOOM! It's over. So are all our problems. Ok, let's go. Seemed a little too hurried for such a wonderfully paced film. Only that kind of kept me from fully enjoying it. Otherwise, it was fabulous.

peter u (gb) wrote: really good documentary Ive never played Dota but it really get me into that world

Alberto G (it) wrote: Una joya en todo sentido de la palabra.