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USA 2023
produced by
Joshua Brucker, Mickey Syn, Hunter Nino, Vernon Wells, Michael Rock (executive), Toma Smith (executive), Anthony Collaro (executive) for Horror Nerd Productions, Horror Dadz Productions
directed by Dillon Brown
starring Michael Rock, Amanda Morgan, Dillon Brown, Joshua Myron McKinney, Toma Smith, Regg Davidson, Shane D. Lux, Naomi Plasterer, Vernon Wells, Annie Lain, Eddie Blake, Nicolas Bullentini, Michael Abina, Amy Goggiano, Daniel Goggiano, Jennifer Bunn, Christopher Lloyd (2), Kayla Lloyd, Ryan "Castle" Casal, Evangelyne Mariah, Regina Brady, John Potash, Knuckles Simms, Kyle Potter, Nathan Howard, Daniel Van Mai, Darrenm McMillin, Joe Kelly, Kayda Martinez, Marissa Martinez, Jonathan David Glisson, Josh Snyder, Big Mac Lux, Amanda Williams, Ke Tang, Christian Theberge, Michael Theberge jr, Anthony Collaro, Lann Theberge, Jasmine Cantu, Helder Pereira III, Tyler Morris, Jennifer Payton, Marcel Aube, Daniel Hetherington, Roy Virgen jr, Hunter Nino, Jackie D Brown, Troy Nellis, Rene Nellis
written by Dillon Brown

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Ghost (Michael Rock) is an old school mercenary who believes above all in the power of the gun - and who curiously enough works for the Vatican, taking out Satanic cults that threaten the end of times all over the world. So far, he has more often than not partnered with fellow mercenary Simeon (Toma Smith), but of late Simeon has disappeared from the face of the earth, much to the concern of Ghost. Then he's summoned by his superior, Father Thomas (Regg Davidson), who plays Ghost a message from his estranged father (Vernon Wells) warning of the dangers of a new Satanic cult called Kosmos, and its leader, the Chosen One (Joshua Myron McKinney), who are in the business of "reverse-exorcising" sacred objects to open the gates of hell. For the mission to annihilate Kosmos, Ghost is partnered with Eve (Amanda Morgan), a tech whiz kid with limited field experience. Ghost takes his dear time getting used to Eve, but it's true she is able to track down whoever or whatever location within seconds - and this way, they get closer and closer to Kosmos - but then they learn that Kosmos have taken Simeon captive and plan to turn him into a vessel for demon Belial. So for the storm on Kosmos headquarters, they need back-up - in the form of mercenary Trinity (Naomi Plasterer), who has saved Ghost's life on a mission, and Eve's badass brother Jericho (Shane D. Lux). But then, they're still four against Kosmos, and while they're armed to the teeth, Kosmos has the Devil by its side ...


Now I have to admit the found footage approach to this movie is a little bit distracting here as the story would have worked equally well filmed the traditional way, and the long takes and lack of editing immanent to the technique don't necessarily further storytelling - that said, the restless camerawork works quite well in the finale for sure. That aside, Ghost is a pretty fun film, basically a horror/action hybrid that feels like a throwback to 1980s action cinema, that features well fleshed out leads and lots of fun supporting characters, played by a competent and relatable ensemble cast. And the premise of the film is already wild enough to promise an enjoyable movie, a promise the film as a whole more than keeps.


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