Ghostline (2015) 720p

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Genres:
Drama | Horror
Resolution:
1280*714
Size:
784.85M
Quality:
720p
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
Language:
English 2.0  
Run Time:
85 min
IMDB Rating:
3.4 / 10 
MPR:
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Downloaded:
103
Seeds:
9
Peers:
2
Directors: Dean Whitney [Director] ,


Movie Description:
Life takes a terrifying and unpredictable turn for Tyler & Chelsea when they begin to receive menacing phone calls from a seemingly unstable woman who insists that Tyler's her ex-boyfriend.

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Reviews

Silly horror

This wasn't supposed to be a comedy. It was slow and boring in places. The entity looked over the top, and cliche daft, with copying from other films. It was just rubbish. The characters and acting was extremely wooden.

Calling the ghostline

Do like horror, have never had any bias against it regardless of how some of my reviews come across (although it is always made very clear of that being the case), and do have a thing for halfway decent concepts (often one of my main reasons for watching something). Something that the concept for 'Ghostline' was, although it also could have gone either way in execution. Either it could have been spooky, or it could have been ridiculous.

'Ghostline', when it appeared in my more like this section, turned out to belong in the latter category. As well as being cheap and dull, don't think unintentional humour as something positive watching film, television etc. Everything a horror film should preferably not be. Worse films exist and there are far bigger wastes of potential, but 'Ghostline' is one of those films where very little works.

Actually consider it very much to be nearly at beyond redemption level, but an eerie setting elevates things a little, sadly though not by much.

That is wasted though by photography that looks cheap and is very limited and repetitive in techniques used. The lighting can be too dim and the sound is intrusive and obvious. There is very little momentum in the direction, which more often than not plods badly and fails completely in building any suspense. The script is awkward, characterless and full of unintentional humour.

Very little story here in 'Ghostline' as well. What there is very dull, very predictable, insultingly far-fetched and completely lacking in suspense or sense. Felt absolutely nothing for the characters, other than annoyance, there is no sense of fun or jeopardy and the acting is worse than what you find at kindergarten.

Overall, could have been mildly interesting but near-ineptly executed. 2/10

Don't watch it ever!

What a horrible watch. I can't believe I decided to give this one a try. My fault.
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