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Genres: Thriller , Horror
Actors: Tom Bresnahan , Jill Whitlow , Jonathan Chapin , Christopher Burgard , Sam Melville , Brooke Bundy , Todd Bridges , Shawn Player , Joleen Lutz , Raymond Garcia , Travis McKenna , Charlie Spradling , Lance Wilson-White , Janice Ehrlich , Bob McLean
Director: Bert L. Dragin
Country: United States
Year: 1988
IMDB Rating: 5.3/10 (182 votes)

The Cates family is thrilled to learn they have inherited the old mansion of the deranged, stage actor, Tyler Walker. They arrive to discover that the mansion has turned into a playground for a local street gang. But the gang is not all the Cates children have to worry about as Tyler’s ghost makes it known he is not pleased with their intrusion.

Film Review

Even though this movie was made back in 1988, when there was still some room for B movies to play in theaters, I am really surprised this was deemed to be worthy of a theatrical release. I am equally surprised that more than 20 years later, this movie was deemed worthy of a release on DVD. Actually, the DVD pairs this with another haunted house movie, maybe because the DVD company thought no one would buy this movie on its own. It's a really dull affair, with scene after scene going by with not only no shocks, but few attempts at giving the audience some horror. Of the cast, Todd Bridges possibly gives the best performance, but his role has such little impact it could have been easily written out without harming the rest of the screenplay. The last fifteen minutes of the movie, when the ghost starts knocking off the punks that have taken over the house, does have a little interest, but it's too little, too late. Definitely not worth seeking out, unless you participated in th…

The Cates family inherited an old mansion in Beverly Hills from their late uncle Tyler Walker, who was a well-known stage actor. When they get there, they find the rundown place to be overrun by some street punks who want nothing but trouble. After the Cates' teenagers make fools of those punks, they want to make their lives living hell. But also their uncle Tyler's spirit still hangs around the house, and doesn't seems to like the street punks' intrusion.Roger Corman's Concorde churns out an uneven, but well intended low-rent b-horror film that stage an entertainingly weird mixture, where it has the story criss-crossing into campy fields of supernatural and revenge, and then finally combining the two. Everything about it is stereotypical with the usual shenanigans, but director Bert Dragin does a well enough job with his pacing and makes the twisty style unpredictable and always engaging. Limitations don't hold it back, as the competent make-up and special f/x…

Why is it the actress you want to get her kit off in a film, never does? I mean, we have two really good looking women in this otherwise completely forgettable movie, but instead of seeing their assets we end up viewing.. the Playboy reject’s silicone enhanced bosoms.I may not get what I want, but I get what I deserve.Anyhoo, if you like endlessly recycled horror story lines you’ll love this. Family on the verge of bankruptcy.. forced to move to an old dilapidated house.. a gang of hooligans start harassing them.. place turns out to be haunted.. the daughter resembles the ghost’s true love.. family defends home when the thugs attack in force.. the spirit aids them by dispatching the gang members in various gory ways. Then it concludes with a COMPLETELY UNPREDICTABLE TWIST ENDING! You’ll never guess..The hooligans are by far the best thing about the film. Each one has got their own unique dress sense and personality traits which make them more interesting than the two bland leads. The …

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