Thirteen Ghosts (2001)

Thirteen Ghosts marks the final entry in our Halloween season.  Everyone seemed to enjoy this one a little more than me.  It does have the cheesy, guilty pleasure factor in its favor, but I also found Ghosts to be jarring, uneven, and poorly executed.

Even the stylized title is confusing:  Thir13en Ghosts.  It looks kinda like Thirlben Ghosts, which I actually prefer to the original.  If you can’t make a movie that makes sense, at least blow people’s minds, right?

To check out my written review, click right here!

I will say that this series of episodes has given me a better appreciate of horror.  It’s never been my favorite genre, but they can provide good no-fuss entertainment, especially around the Halloween season.  I especially enjoyed Trick r Treat, and it was naturally great to revisit Tremors.

Next week, we’ll take a look at the Danish dramedy Another Round, starring Mads Mikkelsen.  It was nominated for quite a few awards, so it’ll be one of the more highfalutin movies we’ve looked at in a while.

After that, for Thanksgiving, we’ll screen Martin Scorsese’s classic rockumentary, The Last Waltz.  If you’re into classic rock, the music in that one is about as good as it gets.

Then, of course, Christmas movies!  Enjoy another fine episode of Cinemavino!

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