Plot: Spending the night in her car, a newly-homeless woman wrestles with exhaustion, her crumbling marriage, and the threat of mysterious, masked strangers.
Runtime: 1 Hour 31 Minutes
There may be spoilers in the rest of the review
Story: Ghosts of the Void starts when Tyler (Reagan) and Jen (Millan) are dealing with their first night of being homeless. They plan to spend the night in the car before moving on to the next step of their lives. The pair are uneasy about being there for the night but have run their options dry.
However, the night becomes more difficult when they become the latest targets of masked strangers. Now, they find themselves fighting to survive and the strangers don’t want to make anyone’s life easy as they are drawn to violence.
Verdict on Ghosts of the Void
Ghosts of the Void is a horror thriller following a newly homeless couple looking to spend the night in their car. They have been having trouble in their marriage and this shows the problems their future holds. However, it gets worse when they get targeted by masked strangers.
This is a horror thriller that shows a couple’s life falling apart and reaching rock bottom. However, despite this being a major factor in the story, we dive into a much darker side of things. There is a definite ‘The Strangers’ vibe to this movie, as we get glimpses in the shadows before the bigger event occurs. It is an excellent built-in tension before the showdown between what is in the shadows. This movie uses tension to ramp everything up and leaves us wondering in what direction it will end up going.
Final Thoughts – Ghosts of the Void is tension grabbing thriller.