GHOST HOUSE (2017) Review – Thai horrors from the West!




Directed by Rich Ragsdale
Written by Kevin O’Sullivan and Jason Chase Tyrell
Story by Kevin and Rich Ragsdale
Starring James Landry Hébert, Scout Taylor Compton, Mark Boone Junior, Michael S. New, Russell Geoffrey Banks and Rich Lee Gray.

Ghost House is a Thai-themed horror flick where viewers follow an Ugly-American couple as they turn their foreign vacation into a struggle against an angry spirit. Pretty camera work and good make-up effects are hampered by some spotty acting and unlikeable characters. Music video director and composer Rich Ragsdale (The Curse of El Charro) helms the title, and brings a gorgeous look to an only moderately effective film.

Ultimately, Ghost House isn’t a complete miss, and the setting and makeup will engage lovers of Asian-themed horror films more than the casual viewer. For everyone else, there’s still enough to merit a rental, although it’s less likely to be remembered than its more famous 2000-era Asian-horror cousins.

Check out my full review with more gruesome screenshots and spooky details at HorrorNews.Net!

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