Ghosts of Darkness


Action / Comedy / Horror

IMDb Rating 5 10 871


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April 14, 2021 at 12:14 PM


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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by methis 2 / 10

"There now; that wasn't so good, was it?" -- Leonard "Pinth" Garnell

Promising premise for a decent haunted house story is wasted due to an over-the-top melodramatic score and one of the two lead actors, one Michael Koltes, being much too young, mincing, and untalented to pull off the role of a grumpy, jaded, skeptical yet haunted heterosexual widower. The other lead actor is actually enjoyable, but has too much to overcome. Aside from the above, there's not a decent scare to be found.

Reviewed by claudio_carvalho 4 / 10

Flawed Low Budget Haunted House Film

The paranormal investigators Jack Donavan (Michael Koltes) and Jonathan Blazer (Paul Flannery) receive a mysterious invitation card to go to the notorious Richmond Manor, where several murders have happened along 200 years. A mysterious butler tells that his boss has invited them to stay for three nights at the mansion to get rid of the label of haunted house. In return, they would receive fifty thousand dollars each. Jack is a skeptical man that uses technology to find frauds while Jonathan is a medium. What will they find in the Richmond Manor?

"Ghosts of Darkness" is a flawed low budget haunted house film with many clichés. However with improvements in the storyline and screenplay; a better budget; and replacement of the unconvincing Michael Koltes, this film could work. The result is not good but is not awful at all since Paul Flannery gives some touch of humor to the story. My vote is four.

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Reviewed by hwg1957-102-265704 6 / 10

"Somebody is playing games with us"

Two investigators, one a psychic and one a sceptic, are tasked to stay in an allegedly haunted house to prove that nothing is there so the house can be sold, or developed, or something. The two agree and before long strange things start to happen. The house has a history of violence and eventually the reason for this is discovered. The film works very well for the first two thirds but the last third descends a bit into silliness which is a shame.

The location is atmospheric (Ardgour House in Scotland),the photography competent and the earlier scenes are well directed until the movie comes apart. Michael Koltes was not convincing in his role but Paul Flannery was excellent. He brought well balanced humour, feeling and intelligence to the role as the psychic.

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