THIRTEEN GHOSTS, Steve Beck's feature debut, is the second recent remake (following THE HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL) of a film by 1950s and 60s camp horror king, William Castle. Arthur Kriticos (Tony Shalhoub) is a financially strapped widower struggling to raise two children, Kathy (Shannon Elizabeth) and Bobby (Alec Roberts), after losing his wife in a house fire. A stroke of apparent luck arrives when Arthur learns he has inherited a mansion from his mysterious Uncle Cyrus (F. Murray Abraham). Ecstatic, Arthur whisks the kids and nanny, Maggie (Rah Digga) off to their new home, a bizarre glass an... d steel structure with strange Latin inscriptions carved on the walls. The family is thrilled, until a psychic and former employee of Cyrus', Rafkin (Matthew Lillard), reveals that Arthur's departed uncle was a power hungry ghost collector who captured twelve spirits in the house. Arthur is skeptical. But when his children disappear, and Rafkin gives him a pair of special glasses that allow him to view the house's gruesome inhabitants, he believes. In Beck's special effects-laden gore-fest, the two men race against time to find the children as the house's strange internal mechanism begins sealing off the exits and freeing the angry ghosts.
Effects-driven remake of William Castle's 1960 horror film with Tony Shalhoub, Matthew Lillard and Shannon Elizabeth on the run from demented spirits inside a clockwork house
Like 1999's House On The Haunted Hill , Thir13en Ghosts (ie Thirteen Ghosts) attempts to remake a film by legendary producer William Castle, whose B-movies were renowned for their triumph of gimmickry over content. The same holds here, with computer-driven effects providing the razzle-dazzle.
When widower Arthur Kriticos (Shalhoub) inherits a house form his estranged Uncle Cyrus (Abraham), he and his two children (Elizabeth, Roberts) think their prayers have been answered. Leaving their dingy...
Such a disappointment
I was really looking forward to this film only to find it was silly, pointless and boring. I really could not comprehend all that glass. I wanted to see a classic gothic ghost story and all I got was intellectual rubbish!
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