May 17, 2009

Quick Review: Death of a Ghost Hunter (2008)
"Renowned "ghost hunter", Carter Simms is paid to conduct a paranormal investigation of a supposedly haunted house. Along with a cameraman, a reporter, and a spiritual advocate, she embarks on a three night journey into terror."

Someone needs to stop Sean Tretta from directing movies, or at least teach him how to make a watchable one. Death of a Ghost Hunter almost had me, as it started off with promise, but as it went along the cracks in its quality began to show, and it became pretty painful to sit through.

That's pretty much how I felt about halfway through this movie.
  • There were a few genuinely tense/creepy moments in this movie, and the premise was interesting, but all of that was quickly nullified by its poor quality. 
  • How obvious can you make your big, shocking twist? 
  • The sound mix is terribly uneven, going from soft to loud at a moments notice
  • The acting is laughable. 
  • What is with Tretta and these horrible film techniques he uses?

Is that yellow Saran-Wrap?

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