Ghostland (2018)

Ghostland (2018)

Crystal ReedMylène FarmerAnastasia PhillipsEmilia Jones
Pascal Laugier


Ghostland (2018) is a English,French movie. Pascal Laugier has directed this movie. Crystal Reed,Mylène Farmer,Anastasia Phillips,Emilia Jones are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2018. Ghostland (2018) is considered one of the best Drama,Horror,Mystery,Thriller movie in India and around the world.

Following her aunt's death, Colleen and her daughters inherit her house. However, during their first night in their new home, murderers enter the home, putting Colleen in a situation where she must fight to save her daughters' lives. When the girls suffer a terrible trauma during the night, their disparate personalities diverge even further. The younger daughter, Beth, is said to become a famous horror author with a perfect family and life in Los Angeles, while her sister, Vera, can't cope, and loses her mind faced to an unshakable sense of paranoia. Sixteen years later the daughters and mother reunite at the house where Colleen and Vera continue to reside, it is then that strange events begin to take place.


Ghostland (2018) Reviews

  • This movie Deserves at least a 8/10 rating


    I don't think i have ever written a review here but i just had to write one for this movie. I have watched a huge amount of horrors and this movie is not just a movie with 3 jump-scares and call it a day. This movie had me on a small amount of fear for at least the last 70%. But the weird way that the horror element is brought here is just so disturbing that it completely sucked me up emotionally and physically. Very good acting, great twist in the story and just actually a great horror! (i never wrote a review so i probably suck at this lol but i hope u understand.)

  • Incredibly haunting psychological horror. Must see for horror fans.


    Wow, wow, wow! I've been a horror fan for many years and many people ask me why since the genre is saturated with mediocre and flat out crap films, but I always say that I love it because when you find a good horror it's a true gem better than any other movie you'll find in any other genre and that's exactly what 'Ghostland' is - a freakin' gem! I went into it completely blind (which I would recommend everyone to do) and based on the title and cover, I expected a typical mediocre haunted house horror, but I was proved wrong. The eerie tone that's immediately present in the opening scenes grabbed my attention and pulled me in, and it wastes no time in jumping straight into the nitty gritty. I was practically glued to my screen from beginning to end. The acting is fantastic, the story is well-crafted and it ticks every box you could ask for from a horror. It incorporates psychological horror with sheer brutality and the result is harrowing. It takes A LOT to get under my skin and since I've seen so many horrors I'm rather desensitised, but 'Ghostland' deeply effected me. There were so many moments where I physically couldn't bear to watch, but couldn't bring myself to look away because I was so engrossed. Once again, due to the amount of horror movies I've watched over the years I find that I'm generally able to figure out the plot within the first quarter of the movie, but 'Ghostland' has so many twists and turns that you never know what's going to happen next. What you think the story is at the beginning, is very far from what it becomes and that unpredictably is what makes it so fantastic. Although there's a lot of violence (similar to that featured in movies like 'The Hostel'), the movie isn't just built upon mindless violence, but a very intense and relentless insight into the human psyche. The psychological aspect of this movie is definitely what gives it its edge and it really got into my head. After the end credits came on, myself and my family were all saying how much it had effected us and even half an hour later, it was still at the forefront of our minds (in fact, I'm pretty sure most of us won't be having the most restful night's sleep tonight!) 'Ghostland' is the best horror I've seen in many years and I would recommend it to every horror fan, particularly those that are fans of psychological horror. Be prepared though, this movie is a tough ride and will put you through the ringer. It's one I certainly won't forget any time soon.

  • Great movie. Don't go with the bad reviews


    I don't get the bad reviews. This movie is great in many ways. Outstanding cast. Absolutley great story. It plays with the human mind and how we create different realitys to ease the pain. The Photography is well done. The spiral of happenings around the characters is well thought out. It focuses completley on the two girls. It is a waste of time to compare the movie with the masterpiece martyrs. Ghostland is ghostland. Martyrs is Martyrs.

  • Surprisingly a Great Horror Film


    When the aunt of Pauline (Mylène Farmer) dies, she inherits the lonely house in the countryside and travels with her two teenage daughters to the place. While driving to the house, her daughter and aspirant writer of horror genre Beth (Emilia Jones) reads her last novel to her mother and the rebel Vera (Taylor Hickson) criticizes her sister, and a candy truck driver overtakes their car. When they stop at a convenience store in a gas station, Beth learns that the police is hunting down criminals that kill the parents and abuse their daughters. They arrive at the house that looks like an old bazar with many dolls. Vera does not close the front door and soon they are assaulted by driver and a fat man that were in the candy truck. Years later, Beth is a famous writer married with a baby boy and has just released a novel about their attack. Out of the blue, she receives a phone call from Vera asking for help and she leaves her husband and son to visit her mother and her sister. Soon she learns that weird and mysterious things are happening in the old house. What could it be? "Ghostland" is one of the best horror films recently released. Despite the title, it is not a ghost story but a dramatic, violent, melancholic and highly disturbing horror film with many unexpected plot points. While watching the film, the viewer sees scenes that seem to be plot holes, like for example, why Pauline stays with Vera in a house with so bad recollections. Or why Beth did not send Vera to a clinic for recovering her trauma since she can afford as a famous novelist. But there are explanations for every apparently flaws with surprising twists. Taylor Hickson was facially disfigured while shooting a scene for the film and received seventy (70) stitches on her face and is scarred. She is suing the film´s production company. Hoping this talented actress can recover her beautiful young face is the wish of every fan of cinema and the end of this simple review. My vote is eight. Title (Brazil): Not Available

  • Only 1:31? Really?


    Oh, my god! Absolutely horrifying. We bond with the family right away, including hating Vera, but then...Spoilers should not be allowed for this movie. It is new. It is different. It is not a dime a dozen slasher. It IS a psychological roller coaster. If it were not for the male inside of me constantly yelling, "There are weapons all around you. Use them. Kill them. Help your mom!", I would give it a ten. Well worth your time, and if you can figure out how only 1:31 has passed, then you win.


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