Thir13en Ghosts Review

Thir13en GhostsSynopsis: When Cyrus Kriticos, a very rich collector of unique things dies, he leaves it all to his nephew and his family. All including his house, his fortune, and his malicious collection of ghosts! – From IMDB

Tagline: The Only Thing Worse Than Being Trapped in a House with a Ghost… Is Being Trapped in a House With 13 Ghosts

Release Date: 2001-10-26 | MPAA Rating: R | Coolthulhus Earned: 5

Trailer:  Thir13en Ghosts


Thir13en Ghosts Review

I love this movie. I love this movie so much that if they ever even think about remaking it… I will think very, VERY bad thoughts about them. This movie was perfect!

Basically the uncle Cyrus, who is this Evil Prick of Pricks, leaves this house to the family, who he’d only seen a few times. They go to see the house – not even to move in, mind you, just see the house, and the crap hits the fan almost immediately. Soon you’re watching the family fight to reunite and survive, and getting the crap scared out of you at every turn.

The Hammer, The Jackal (Left, Right), The Angry Princess (Bottom)

I mean, just look at these characters. Are they not freaky?

And then you have this dude, the guy who played Shaggy in that live-action Scooby Doo movie, who puts on one helluva performance.

Okay, so at this point its probably clear this isn’t as much of a review as me proudly showing off one of my favorite movies.

But, seriously, they take a ridiculous premise and give us an AWESOME set, terrifying ghosts, and actors who – if not all the time – nail it 90 percent of the time. Its a good ole jump-scare movie whose main character is none other than Tony Shalhoub, Monk himself!

Thir13en Ghosts takes itself just serious enough to work, yet gives us some laughable moments like when the guy gets sliced in half, by the glass, and first the front half falls, and then the back half. Its an awesome movie that anyone who loves ghosts movies should watch! It doesn’t even suffer from typical time-inflation (ie: being too damned long for no good reason.) Click here to buy Thir13en Ghosts now on Amazon.

5 Star Rated Thir13en Ghosts Review

Title: Thir13een Ghosts | Director: Steve Beck | Actor(s): Tony Shalhoub, Shannon Elizabeth, Embeth Davidtz, etc | Production Company: Warner Bros., Columbia Pictures Corporation, 13 Ghosts Productions Canada Inc. | Release Date: 2001-10-26 | Genre: Horror | Triggers: Suicide | Language: English | MPAA Rating: R | Rating: 5 out of 5 

3 thoughts on “Thir13en Ghosts Review

  1. “Evil Prick of Pricks” lol, perfect.

    Yes, I absolutely love this movie, too. The only thing I thought took away from it was the silly use of those goofy glasses. It’s almost like they needed a way for the characters to see the monsters and spend 30 seconds coming up with the idea. Other than that, it was pretty fucking awesome.

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