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Thirteen Ghosts

Released on 22 July 2002

Featuring: F. Murray Abraham, Tony Shalhoub & Shannon Elizabeth

Format: DVD | Rating: 15 years & over

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The family may have moved in but the ghosts aren't moving out in this special-effects spectacular update of William Castle's classic 1960s shocker!

When the Kriticos family inherits a spectacular old house from an eccentric uncle (F. Murray Abraham) they know nothing of its own dangerous agenda. Trapped in their new home by shifting walls, a father and daughter (Tony Shalhoub, Shannon Elizabeth) encounter powerful and vengeful ghosts that threaten to destroy anyone in their path. Soon the family is joined by an offbeat ghost hunter (Matthew Lillard) who is determined to free the spirits imprisoned in the house.

Caught in a frantic race to save themselves before it is too late, the human inhabitants realise the house is a riddle which contains the key to their imminent salvation...or destruction.
  • Audio commentary from director Steve Beck
  • 'Making Of' featurette
  • 12 additional featurettes
  • Trailer
  • Filmographies
  • Interactive menu
  • Scene access

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 Great horror !!

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This is a great film ! Very under-rated by some but i loved it ! Has some scary bits in and the start is brilliant.....Its in my collection and i watch it over and over......Brilliant !

 Great fun cheesy horror

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Having not seen the original, I'm in no position to comment on this remake's better/worse/authentic status. What I can do is tell you whether it was enjoyable, and that's a definite yes. It opens with a (literally) blood-drenched scrapyard ghost hunt which introduces two of the characters, and the tone of the film - overacted, slightly cheesy, very violent and brutal horror with a hint of comedy daftness. We soon meet Tony Shalhoub's grieving family, when they're informed they've inherited the house of an eccentric long lost uncle, and the reveal of the house is stunning. It's a masterpiece of production design, all glass, laden with gleaming mechanisms and glittering surfaces. As a location, it may be one of the best in film history. The family are well played, and the lawyer adds smarmy suspicion, while Matthew Lillard plays it for over-the-top as usual but gives some nice comic/histrionic beats as a kind of pro-ghost eco warrior. The ghosts themselves, when they show up, are inspired works of creative design, and there's a nice little featurette on them. Each one has its own style or 'look' and they stand out tremendously. There's a daft gizmo, in the form of sci-fi style eyewear that apparently replaced glasses in the original that let the characters see the beasties, and this leads to some tense moments. There are also some gruesome deaths. I found it slightly undermined by Tony Shalhoub's unconvincing turn as the dad, but others may disgree. It's daft, fun, incredibly glossy, and fairly violent. Great fun for a trashy and enjoyable horror.

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ActorsF. Murray Abraham, Tony Shalhoub, Shannon Elizabeth, Kathryn Anderson, J.R. Bourne, Embeth Davidtz, Matthew Lillard, Rah Digga & Alec Roberts
DirectorSteve Beck
Certificate15 years and over
Year2001
ScreenWidescreen 1.85:1 Anamorphic
LanguagesEnglish ; Italian - Dolby Digital (5.1)
SubtitlesEnglish ; Italian ; Hindi ; Dutch
Duration1 hour and 27 minutes (approx)
RegionRegion 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players.