The Ghoul


Drama / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 76%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 39%
IMDb Rating 5.5 10 459


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Paul Kaye as Tommy Parnell
Alice Lowe as Kathleen
Niamh Cusack as Fisher
720p 1080p
627.45 MB
24 fps
1hr 25 min
P/S 12 / 63
1.29 GB
24 fps
1hr 25 min
P/S 11 / 74

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Michael Ledo 3 / 10

It's a head scratcher

PLOT SPOILER REVIEW Chris (Tom Meeten) is investigating an odd murder pretending to be a patient to get information about another patient. However the lines become blurred. Chris believes he is the patient who day dreams about being a cop. A friend blurs things about midpoint claiming Chris is really a cop and the psychologists are attempting to make him think he is a normal guy. For the audience, these lines are smartly blurred and we don't know the truth until the end....I think.

The problem with the film, in spite of it being well done, is that it is slow and boring with pathetic characters all around. The film put me to sleep.

Guide: F-word. No sex or nudity.

Reviewed by rapid_randy 7 / 10

Taxi Driver on a Lost Highway

"The Ghoul" is not a horror movie or even one that will make much sense to the majority of viewers. If you happen to enjoy mind-bending stories with no true finish line, this is your movie. David Lynch fans will rejoice. It's quite the experience and will leave you disoriented, thinking you may have taken LSD prior to watching. It's enjoyable if you know what's in store so hopefully this review has been of some help.

Reviewed by hipCRANK 7 / 10


Best pay close attention here, as not all is as it seems.

Twisty movies can be god fun, but as is the case with "The Ghoul", they can be quite unsettling. What starts out as a standard police drama slowly melts into an endless, dark, psychological journey, where everything is gradually turned upside down.

Not an easy watch, this: a dreamy, hallucinatory, moebius strip thriller with an agonizing performance from the spiralling lead (the excellent Tom Meeton). Filmed in dark, bleak confines, "The Ghoul" works, not inspite of it's micro budget, but because of it - relying on claustrophobic interaction from the players.

Fans of linear cinema need not apply, but those wishing for a jarring, thought-provoking experience will be rewarded.

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