Ghost House 2017: A young couple go on an adventurous vacation to Thailand only to find themselves haunted by a malevolent spirit after naively disrespecting a Ghost House.
Director: Rich Ragsdale
Writers: Kevin O’Sullivan (screenplay), Jason Chase Tyrrell (screenplay) | 4 more credits »
Stars: Scout Taylor-Compton, James Landry Hébert, Mark Boone Junior | See full cast & crew.
Two Americans go to Thailand and are tricked into taking an item from a Ghost House (a miniature house where spirits live so they don’t occupy your house).
Overall, not bad. Production values pretty decent for a non-major studio film. The cinematography belies the budget. The leads are a bit annoying, but the supporting cast give a better performance.
The jump scares are up to par, and it is pretty well-paced – not just another pale-faced Asian girl ghost film.
The only minor irritation is the ending, and the fate of the people who try to help them is all rather glossed over in favour of the fate of the main protagonists. It feels a little bit rushed.