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Year: 2018
Original Title: Ghostland
Length: 101 minutes
Genre: Horror, Drama, Mistery
Studios: Mars Films
Age rating: To be shown only in specially licensed cinemas to adults of not less than 18 years

Release Dates

United States: April 19 2018


Ranking: 450 out of 15,990 movies (up 413)


7.1 by 4 users

4.5 by 4 media


The new film of the French filmmaker Pascal Laugier ('The Tall Man', 'Martyrs'), 'Ghostland', introduces the viewers to the story of a mother and her two daughters who inherit the house from her aunt. On the first night they spend in the new house, she willl have to confront with some murderous intruders and will have to fight for her daughters lives. When the girls suffer this terrible childhood trauma, their dispare personalities will get to a very different extreme points. Meanwhile one of them, Vera, couldn't cope with it and lost her mind, the other one, Beth, has became one of the greatest and most successful terror authors who has a perfect family and house in the city of celebrities, Los Angeles. The story is set sixteen years after the tragical thing, when the sisters meet again in that house and strange things begin to happen all over again. Crystal Reed ('Crazy, Stupid, Love', 'Gotham'), Anastasia Phillips ('Frankie Drake Mysteries', 'Tammy's Always Dying'), Mylène Farmer ('Cocoricocoboy', 'Arthur et les Minimoys'), Emilia Jones ('Brimstone', 'Horrible Histories: The Movie - Rotten Romans') and Taylor Hickson ('Everything, Everything', 'Motherland: Fort Salem'), among other, actors, play the leading roles of the film. Hide full plot... Show full plot


Cast Ghostland


Trivia Ghostland

Actress Taylor Hickson suffered gruesome facial injury when she crashed through a glass door while filming. She later sued the film's production company for the accident. Pascal Laugier and Mylene Farmer previously collaborated on one of her music videos for the song "City Of Love". The Amish boy at the beginning of the film is most likely a reference to Children of the Corn (1984).