Ghost Ship

Synopsis: In a remote region of the Bering Sea, a boat salvage crew discovers the eerie remains of a grand passenger liner thought lost for more than 40 years. But once onboard the eerie, cavernous ship, the crew of the Arctic Warrior discovers that the decaying vessel is anything but deserted. It's home to something more deadly and horrific than anything they've encountered in all their years at sea.
Genre: Horror
Production: Warner Bros. Pictures
  1 nomination.
 
IMDB:
5.5
Metacritic:
28
Rotten Tomatoes:
14%
R
Year:
2002
91 min
$30,100,000
Website
587 Views


GREER:

Hear that, Dodge? Epps don't think

it's a problem.

DODGE:

I'll sleep good tonight knowing that.

INT. ARCTIC WARRIOR - PILOTHOUSE - CONTINUOUS - DAY

The view from the pilothouse commands 360 degrees as radar

and GPS navigation displays glow. MURPHY, the ship's master,

pilots the boat. He is 48, at sea all his adult life, and

most of the rest, a fact written on his face and one that

every crewman who's ever worked for him has been willing to

bet his life on. A walkie-talkie CRACKLES AWAKE.

GREER (V.O. RADIO)

Greer to Murphy.

MURPHY:

(lifting the radio)

Go.

Murphy turns back to see Greer, Epps, and Dodge looking up

at him from the stern.

GREER:

The number nine on the starboard

side's half flooded. Epps says it's

a slow leak just under the waterline,

about twenty gallons an hour. They

must've pumped it before we left

Sitka.

MURPHY:

Of course they did.

GREER:

Let the buyer beware.

MURPHY:

What do you say, Dodge?

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Mark Hanlon

Mark Hanlon is an American film director and screenwriter, best known for directing the independent film Buddy Boy and writing the Warner Bros. horror film Ghost Ship. more…

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