Gwishini Sanda (ghost house)
The movie follows a man who buys a (well, haunted) house and has to deal with the ghost living in it. Later on, through utterly cinematic contrivances, he sort of gets to turn the tables. In the last third of the movie, theres an evil company that wants to build a hotel that comes in and has really nothing to do with the rest of the movie, other than to finish the plot. That's probably the biggest problem with this horror/comedy.
Tonyblack wrote:Well I ordered the DVD of The Hobbit and have now watched it. I loved it and look forward to the next episode.
Ghost wrote:I found a pretty good documentary series whilst mooching about called Oddities I'm enjoying it a lot despite some of it's really obvious staging but what I'm really doing is window shopping I love the weird and unusual and a lot of the customers who come in are a damn site weirder than the object them selfs
Who's Wee Dug wrote:I thought it was rather good, I'm glad he made it into three films.
michelanCello wrote:Who's Wee Dug wrote:I thought it was rather good, I'm glad he made it into three films.
Me too! I sooo want to buy the DVD but it's still new and awfully expensive, will have to wait a year or two
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