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I'll first say that THE GHOSTMAKER isn't an original film at all. The premise seems to be a toss up between FLATLINERS and THE ASPHYX, with the narrative incorporating elements of FINAL DESTINATION and GHOST along the way. The special effects have clearly been inspired by those in THE FRIGHTENERS. Other than that, this is a surprisingly good little movie.I wasn't expecting much from this, I admit, having had my fingers burnt too many times by the glut of boring, repetitive and clichéd teen horror films out there. Most of them involve a group of kids being bumped off by a maniac, but THE GHOSTMAKER actually has some intelligence behind it in the story of a trio of guys who find a clockwork coffin that has the power to temporarily transform them into ghosts.The plotting isn't great, as things end up on a smaller scale basis than you'd expect, and there are some clichés here. But at the same time the character development is pretty intriguing, and the acting is acceptable for the genre. The special effects are actually pretty good given what must have been a tiny budget to work with. Not a film to blow you away but one well worth checking out for the horror fans among us.




The Coffin Maker Hd Movie Download Utorrent



So aside from asserting that this should be so, what valid evidence do you have that movie theater owners should abandon the fight to stop simoultaneous DVD release? Seems to me they have absolutely nothing to gain by seeing it happen, they get no additional at all. In fact, the position you advocate might help them fight against the current trend but if simoultaneous release became a reality it would pretty much be the nail in their coffin.


How about this? Theater owners and filmmakers collaborate on selling DVDs *at* the theater after an audience has just seen the film. A moviegoer shows his/her ticket stub to confirm they just saw the film, they fork over $15-$20 for the DVD, and the theater and the filmmaker split the profits.


How about this? Theater owners and filmmakers collaborate on selling DVDs *at* the theater after an audience has just seen the film. A moviegoer shows his/her ticket stub to confirm they just saw the film, they fork over $15-$20 for the DVD, and the theater and the filmmaker split the profits.


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