Ghosthunters full movie review - Asylum aims for the middle again.
I signed up for IMDb just to write this review. I think that is an important thing to make note of. I came into possession of this movie and saw NO reviews of it, only a semi-favorable rating.
I thought, "I can enjoy a bad horror movie now and again, so why not give it a go? I should not have given it a go.
Whenever you start a horror movie and the "Asylum" logo appears on screen, you already know what to expect. Unless you're drunk, you will not enjoy this movie.
The acting is bad. The visuals are mediocre. The story is uninteresting and you will predict the ending at around the 30 minute mark of the movie. You may ask yourself if you should even bother continuing to watch at this point, the answer is no.
There is a woman in this movie who is supposed to be hacking for some reason, I guess she's hacking ghosts? I stopped paying attention to what she was supposed to be doing when I realized that her computer screen was just a random number generator and she was mashing keys haphazardly the entire time.
There is a scene where shadowy ghoulish figures appear - however it is clear that they are just men in black morph suits, complete with visible wrinkles and seams.
The best part of the film is right at the end when the credits are over and you can go reflect about how you wasted about 90 minutes of your life and you will never get them back.