Ghost Track – Movie Review
Director: Jason M.J. Brown
Writer: Jason M.J. Brown (Screenplay)
- Adam Probets (Last Tango in Halifax)
- Tamara Glynn (Halloween 5 The Revenge of Michael Myers)
- Lamissah La-Shontae (He’s Watching You)
- Darren Randall (Dark Vale)
- Katie Richmond-Ward (Castle Boulevard)
Plot: A young teenager named Morris dies tragically on a train line, his friends helpless to save him. Now adults, his former friends find the spirit of Morris seems to be out for revenge.
Runtime: 1 Hour 14 Minutes
There may be spoilers in the rest of the review
Story: Ghost Track starts when friends Marcus (Probets), Nathan (Randall), Sarah (Richmond-Ward) and Courtney (Biggs) find their past coming back to haunt them. They were involved in an accident on the train lines as children, now they believe the fellow child Morris has returned for them.
The friends look to put a stop to this attack, leading them to explore what happened in the past and learn the shocking truth about what has happened since.
Verdict on Ghost Track
Ghost Track is a horror mystery thriller that follows five friends that see their past coming back to haunt them. they find themselves getting targeted by the spirit of a former friend. A vengeful one that wants them to pay for what they did to him.
I Know What You Did Last Summer is the movie that comes to mind when going into this movie. However, it is a much large year gap between the event, it remains circled around friends being involved. The mystery about what is happening is interesting and keeps you on edge. This movie uses the atmosphere to create a sense of dread and doesn’t hold back on a disturbing twist involved in the story. There is also a point placed on a town never recovering from a previous incident.
Final Thoughts – Ghost Track is a horror that uses the atmosphere to create a tremendous amount of dread.