12 September 2011 | trashgang
Don't be afraid of this ghost
I saw nothing than bad reviews about Ghosts Of Goldfield. Indeed, that title is more like a western instead of a horror so they changed it in Europe to Paranormal Ghost to make use of the success of the "Paranormal" word. Naturally that isn't enough so they made use of the title "Twilight" as coming from the movie Twilight, Kellan Lutz. If you have seen my review on the Twilight trilogy then you know it's in my top 5 of worst flicks ever. So that was no reference for me. Another name that I notice was Roddy Piper. If I put the word Rowdy between then I guess you know that I'm talking about the Hall Of Fame from the WWE. I had no problem with his acting like so many had, I know him from his WWF period in the eighties, screaming and very aggressive. He do appears sometimes in the new WWE world and here in this flick, I thought he did it well, hoped I could say that from the other actors too. Some you really see acting, sadly, Mandy Amano is number one on that list. The scene about the rat in the bar, so bad acting. She is also the only one who goes nude but there's nothing to see for the Kleenex boys out there. It's funny that Paranormal Ghosts started off pretty well. And it even had some blood in the first minutes but after a while the ghost appears in real life and it all becomes a bit dull. There's a lot of talking and suggesting that the ghost is there but when the red stuff comes in it's all to late. The ending is predictable and so it's not all that ghostly as it should be. The version I have is 18+ well if someone can tell why please do so. You can sit through it easily with your family just before the children TV starts. Nevertheless, due the good beginning of the film and the decapitation scene I give it a 4.