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Ghosts of the Void

USA 2023
produced by
Tony Kamin, Erica Duffy, Mike Ware, Seth Savoy, , Edward Weil (executive), Anthony Marchese (executive), Cory Coken (executive), Bryen Hensley (executive), Jamie Vanadia (executive), Ryan Gilbert (executive), Ted Reilly (executive), Mark Glassgow (executive) for Speakeasy Pictures, Chicago Media Angels, Noise Floor, Camera Ambassador
directed by Jason Miller
starring Tedra Millan, Michael Reagan, Samuel Taylor, Nancy Wagner, Chris Amos, Eli Hamilton, Matt Bowdren, Carter Shimp, Danny Moore
written by Jason Miller, music by Devin Delaney, stunt coordinator: Kai Young

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Tyler (Michael Reagan) and Jen's (Tedra Millan) lives surely could be better, he's an underpublished author still waiting for his breakthrough and a recovering alcoholic while she has only recently lost her job and tries her best not letting her panic attacks get to her. Also the two are deeply in debt and have only recently been evicted from their home. To escape from it all (especially the debt collectors), they have decided to skip town. And being broke as they are, they need to sleep in their beat up car on their trip to God-knows-where. And the spot they've chosen to park their car, a little-travelled country road through the woods, is a pretty creepy place in itself, but at least they won't be disturbed here. However, Jen's soon to hear noises and see things - that Tyler's quick to chalk up to her panic attacks. However, when they find their car wheel-clamped, they both agree there's someone out there who might want to actually scare or merely prank them. But either way, this is a problem of course. Soon too, they find their car keys gone, and when Tyler goes looking for them, all hell breaks loose ...


A rather inventive horror thriller, inasmuch as it gets very much out of actually very little. Especially the first half sees mostly the protagonists talking in their car, and the suspense is mainly derived from what's left out, while our lead couple are relatably written and acted, and with relatable problems. What also works for the movie is that it just refuses to explain things away (until arguably the very end), this way letting the audience make their own guesses, creating part of the film in their own heads - which, coupled with a genre-savvy but toned down directorial effort, makes for a very rounded out experience, and for a pretty cool genre piece.




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