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Ghostlight

USA 2013
produced by
Jeff Ferrell, Ronald Neubauer (executive) for Morella Films
directed by Jeff Ferrell
starring Brian Sutherland, Lisa Coronado, Dennis Kleinsmith, Russell Hodgkinson, Ramona Freeborn David A. Crellin, Eden Campbell, Jeff Ferrell
written by Jeff Ferrell, music by Semih Tareen, special makeup effects by Shawn R. Shelton

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Andrew (Brian Sutherland) and Mira (Lisa Coronado) are in debt due to high hospital costs after a car accident that killed their daughter Emma (Eden Campbell) and even left Andrew clinically dead for several minutes before being revived. But now Andrew has the chance to win a small fortune simply for spending a night in a supposedly haunted theatre owned by Mr Black (Dennis Kleinsmith), who might be a sinister character, a harmless eccentric, or even a shrewd businessman looking for an original angle to promote the theatre he wants to open again soon.

Mira is dead against Andrew spending the night in the theatre, thinking the place is really haunted, but Andrew is sure it's not - after all, he has been clinically dead, and all he felt was nothing, no light, no afterlife, no ... well, nothing - so definitely no room for "ghosts" of any kind. That hardly comforts Mira, as she is still "visited" by Emma - a figment of her imagination, or her own imagination, even she can't tell. Plus, of late Mira has had dreams of a mysterious singer, getting her throat cut on stage ...

At the old theatre, Andrew at first finds nothing out of the ordinary, and when he hears certain noises, sees certain shadows, he at first believes it's just either intruders or a set-up ... but eventually, he is sucked into the actual tragedy that has happened here 80 years ago, where the original theatre owner (David A. Crellin) killed his wife (Ramona Freeborn), her lover (Jeff Ferrell), and then himself. The wife of course is the mysterious singer from Mira's dreams ... a constellation that in the long run can lead to nothing but disaster.

 

Ghostlight is an old-fashioned ghost story in the best possible way: It doesn't relie on effects and spectacle at all but the build-up of atmosphere and the underlying mystery of its story, it does tell its story in an original and pleasanty unexcited way, and is rather good at developing its mystery. Add to this a subtle yet effective directorial effort and very competent performances, and you've got yourself a pretty good piece of genre cinema.

 

review © by Mike Haberfelner

 

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