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A sextet of ghosthunters investigate Wilkinson Manor, a mansion with a
particularly rich history, reaching back to the 1600s when it saved as a
safe haven for persecuted Wiccans, later on it was the location of a
racially motivated lynching, and yet later it housed a hippie commune that
was big on porn filmmaking. At first, our ghosthunters are too keen on
finding something and trying to make a ghost out of every little noise
they hear, every shadow they see, every drop in temperature they feel. And
then something does pop up, and while the two teamleaders, sceptic and
by-the-books Jimmy (Jason Nunes) and overly enthusiastic Tab (Clark
Sarullo), soon find themselves in an argument about whether or not to go
on with the investigation that eventually has them lost in the house,
Austin (Jason Mac) and Caitlin (Enisha Brewster) find themselves possessed
by demons that urge them to have sex, and Noreen (A.C. Smallwood) and
Parnell (Jeph Cangé) find a secret graveyard in the basement, which
scares the hell out of them ... and that's only the beginning ...
Forsythe makes a rather hilarious guest appearance as the mansion's
Fortunately not shot found footage style, The
Ghost Club: Spirits Never Die is above all a fun horror movie that
might not have anything terribly new to offer, but it tells its story
well, with its tongue firmly in cheek and never shying away from a bit of
camp to go along with the scares while still delivering when it comes to
shocks and suspense. And of course, a great location (an
"actual" haunted mansion) and a competent ensemble playing well
off one another certainly help bringing the story across.
A fun ride,
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