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(178) 4.8 80 min 2015

The Ghosts of Johnson Woods is a movie starring John Bloom, Matt 'Goose' Goosherst, and Haidyn Harvey. A young woman gets involved with an awkward young man but soon they find out that neither are who or what they say they are.

Matt 'Goose' Goosherst, Haidyn Harvey, Kasha Fauscett, John Bloom
Horror, Thriller
Glenn Berggoetz

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Horror, Thriller
Director Glenn Berggoetz
Writer Glenn Berggoetz
Stars Matt 'Goose' Goosherst, Haidyn Harvey, Kasha Fauscett, John Bloom
Country USA
Runtime 1H 20M
Description A young woman gets involved with an awkward young man but soon they find out that neither are who or what they say they are.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 31 Mar 2020 16:26

OK. Now that's out of the way, I am a huge fan of horror, especially the horror/slasher genre. I can remember being scared and disturbed when I was growing up. The most scarring and disturbing parts of horror films that I remember were the deaths. Being able to understand that you were not alone in that moment of terror was usually a very good thing. It was the scene where the people who were victims of the killer "get it on with it", when they find the body of the ghost, that made me the most uncomfortable. As I watched this movie, I was beginning to realize that it is the same scenario for every horror film. It is the people, their actions, that are the most terrifying. There were a couple of good moments in the movie. The little boy was pretty creepy as the teen who was in the pictures. It is a horror movie, but I liked the contrast between the scary girls and the creepy boys. I am not sure what it was that kept the real character of the killer from showing up, but it was a very good atmosphere and a great thing to give the movie, the atmosphere of the woods. I am not sure what it was that kept me from watching it more. I mean, I like horror movies. I have seen a lot of them. But, the quality of the film does not match up to the quality of the movies that I have seen. The end of the movie was not what I expected, but I could not feel much of the suspense of the movie until I saw the ending. The director obviously got a lot of good footage that they could not get out of the editing room, and that was why he left it out. It was just that it could not be shown. I guess it did not give the film enough time to sink in. I just feel that it was a good horror movie. I think it could have been better, and it could have been worse. The editing could have been better, and the writing could have been better. But, I liked it enough to give it 8/10.
Wednesday, 25 Mar 2020 14:22

The story opens with the discovery of a body in a shallow pool in a barn. The barn is owned by the town's only resident, Bobbie (Ruth Poulin), who is about to turn fifty. The body is that of a man, but the coroner says that he is dead, and Bobbie starts to doubt her own story. She finds herself falling deeper and deeper into the mysterious world of the Johnson family. Meanwhile, in the middle of nowhere, a lone truck driver, Ray, is driving to his job in a distant town. He hears a commotion on the road and sees an abandoned cabin in the woods. He takes his truck and goes to investigate, but an unseen force forces him back into the woods. When Ray discovers that the cabin is inhabited by a bizarre family of ghosts, he tries to reason with them. The mystery deepens when the family members start to disappear one by one. As the mystery deepens, Ray is the only one who can save the family and their home from the terrifying presence of the Johnson family. Directed by Bruce Sinofsky, the film is about as original as it sounds. It is a shame that the cast did not bring anything fresh to the table. The film features a talented cast that could have made for a truly interesting film. However, they are not the type of actors you want to rely on for your entertainment. The only person in the cast I could imagine to have any sort of charisma is Maureen Stapleton, who is the most noteworthy. The film would have been much more enjoyable if the story was a little more cohesive. The film is quite a bit longer than the normal one hour, but the end of the film was quite unsatisfying. Although the film was a success at the box office, it is not a movie I would recommend.

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