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The Ghost is a Lie - Take Two

Canada 2023
produced by
Jason Armstrong, Scott Williams, Stuart McAulay, Mitch Mommaerts (executive), Kat Inokai (executive) for SKG Films, Dark Water, Mommaerts Digital Motion Pictures
directed by Jason Armstrong
starring Angela Kaiser, Sharon Belle, Chandler Loryn, Neil Affleck, Rachel Sellan, Heath Horejda, Kat Inokai, Cameron Sedgwick, with a photo cameo by Lynn Lowry
written by Jason Armstrong, special makeup effects by Dera Veinot, Mitchell Stacey

The Ghost is a Lie

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Music buff Andie (Angela Kaiser) has inherited a record store from her dad, and for years and years has tried to make it work - but with brick-and-mortar record stores more and more becoming a thing of the past, she ultimately lost the fight and now is in the process of selling off stock. And since she's already off to the East Coast with her best friends Watts (Sharon Belle) and Sloane (Chandler Loryn), she decides to make one last record delivery that's about half way to their destination in person, to record buff Emmitt (Neil Affleck). Thing is, they get snowed in at Emmitt's, which isn't all that bad as he's running a bed-and-breakfast anyways, and he's glad to give the girls abode. Researching Emmitt's place a bit they find out that a few years ago it had been the scene of a gruesome murder spree that's actually captured on film (expect a healthy dose of The Ghost is a Lie - Take One here) - and wouldn't you know it, the only other tenant Emmitt has at the moment is Lynda (Rachel Sellan), the very girl who rather miraculously survived that earlier massacre. Thing is, since she's hear, the killer's not far off, and he'd be more than happy to slash through Andie and company ...


While the first The Ghost is a Lie was done found footage style, this one's thankfully relying on more traditional filmmaking techniques, with the result being a slowburn but pretty tight horror thriller, one that for the most part relies on tension and suspense while gradually building up a mystery that really only blows up in the rather nerve-wrecking finale that really pulls all the stops. And a genre savvy directorial effort and a relatable cast help make this into a pretty satisfying horror trip.

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