Ghost House

Synopsis: A young couple go on an adventurous vacation to Thailand only to find themselves haunted by a malevolent spirit after naively disrespecting a Ghost House.
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Director(s): Rich Ragsdale
Production: Vertical Entertainment
 
IMDB:
4.7
Metacritic:
33
Rotten Tomatoes:
25%
Year:
2017
89 min
53 Views

- Somebody

fucking help me!

No.

- I love you.

- I love you too.

- This vacation's

gonna be so amazing.

- Hey, you have driver?

Gogo best driver in Bangkok.

No it's okay, it's okay.

This way, this way.

Hey, you like Van?

- Gogo?

- Is this guy for real?

- Good music, good

music, new brake.

Hey where you go, where you go?

I take you fast, fast.

- Where?

I think it's, um--

- no.

- I, I don't know that.

- Show him.

- It's in our guide book.

We need to go there.

- Oh,

- uh, gogo!

- Okay.

- We're gonna die.

- Welcome to Thailand.

Got it?

- Gogo, what was he

doing with this house?

- Oh, this a ghost house.

Thai people, they give

present to the ghost,

make them happy.

Happy ghost stay in here,

and then they not

go in your home.

So good idea, keep ghost happy.

- Yeah?

Gotta keep those ghosts happy.

- No, no, no, it's okay, I do.

Oh hey, you have a guide?

Gogo the best.

- You ready, babe?

Ready?

- Yeah, let me help you.

Ya got it?

- Mm hmm.

- Oh, sorry, excuse me.

- It's no problem.

Well, the windows won't open.

Ah, this is worse than

a New York summer.

- You wanna turn back?

- No way, we did it.

- Yes we did.

- Hey, no, no, no,

I'm sticky, I'm gross.

- And kind of beautiful

and super sexy.

- I love this.

- Yeah, is that a, uh...

- I want that.

- Like a blessing stick?

- No.

- Jules, what about

this blessing stick?

How much you think

i can talk her down?

- Seriously?

Jim, that's disresp, come on.

Come on, Jesus.

- They put the dick

in the fish's mouth.

- You know Bangkok, in

thai we call krung thep

and krung thep

mean city of angel,

and you come all

the way to Thailand

and you've come to

Los Angeles again.

Oh, look at that, it a fat man.

He so fat.

People in Thailand

also eat McDonald,

and if you eat a lot,

sometime you get fat

just like America,

so we the same.

- Gogo, can you please

stop here please?

- Oh, okay, okay, okay.

- Where ya goin'?

- I'm just gonna

get a closer look.

One sec, okay?

Let go!

I'm sorry, I'm sorry.

I can't read any of this.

- Neither can I.

- Oh man.

Jim.

- I love you, Julie,

for better or for worse.

Julie Marie Richardson,

will you be my wife?

- Yes.

- Here, try it on.

- Oh my god.

- Does it fit?

- It is so beautiful, it's--

- you like it?

- Yes.

Oh, thank you.

- Thank you.

- Oh, tomorrow morning I give

special tour for you, huh?

- Yeah, yeah sure.

- Thanks, gogo.

- Oh,

my card.

- Ahh.

Look how he spelled brake.

- It's a very nice hotel.

You two new to Bangkok?

- Yeah, just arrived

this morning.

- I'm sorry, I'm Robert.

- Ah, Jim.

- And this is bill.

- Hi.

- Hi.

- That's a fancy ring.

- Oh, thank you.

Jim just gave it to

me, we are engaged.

- Oh wow, congratulations.

Do you wanna join

us for a drink?

We'd be honored,

wouldn't we bill?

- Yeah, it'd be great.

- We would love to.

- Yeah, you know, we just...

- We insist.

You two should be toasted.

Besides, you know, we've

been around a while,

I'm sure we can

help, places to go,

things to do, and so on.

- We would love to.

- Yeah, maybe in a little while.

- Brilliant.

Well, we were just about to

go and grab a bite to eat,

so, why don't you

give us a bell.

Room 124, whenever you're ready.

- Lookin' forward to it.

- See ya later.

- You're mine forever.

- Oh yeah.

- So anyway, basically what

he was just sayin' earlier,

any price here, you half it.

That's the rule of thumb.

- Yeah, that's a

really nice one.

Your missus has got

some talent, Jim.

- In more ways than one.

- Mm, cheeky.

- You're not even looking.

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