Review by Monique
Two paranormal investigators are unexpectedly thrown together in the hope of solving a 100 year mystery. Locked for three nights in a house with a dark and unsettling past, the two investigators must put their differences to one side and work together. Skepticism and showmanship are soon put to one side when the two investigators realize there is more at stake than just their professional reputation. For once they have stumbled onto the real thing, but this time it’s their own lives at stake.
Uncork’d Entertainment is back again with the release of their next indie-horror film under their distribution, Ghosts of Darkness. Jack and Jonathan, one a paranormal investigator and the other a psychic, are rivalswho never would have imagined they would end up working together. The pair agrees to spend three-nights in a supposed haunted house as an experiment to investigate the house’s past. The two must put their differences to the side if they plan on making it through the three days in the house.
The chemistry between the two characters make for a great duo. Jonathan (Paul Flannery) is extremely witty and portrays a very fun character. The two seem to balance each other out, as Flannery and Michael Koltes’s characters are complete opposites.
Of course, Ghosts of Darkness is a horror flick so in addition to the great chemistry between the main characters, there’s plenty of blood, demons, and paranormal activity to go ’round. To top it off, the picture quality is excellent, which is always a score. This film puts me in mind of 13 Ghosts, combined with House On Haunted Hill a bit, which in my opinion are two great films to be compared to.