#DVD Channel News
EST. SEPTEMBER 8th, 1997
Jump to         
Find       in      

DVD Video Section
Release Rollout
   Announcements
   New Releases
   Cover Art
Instant Insight
   Rumors
   Reviews
   Forums
   Staff Picks
   Interviews
   Editorials
Virtual Features
   Mailbox Media
   Broken Disc
   Easter Eggstra
   DVD Wish List
   AFI Top 100
   Contest Center
Info Sector
   Sales Statistics
   Section Links
   Studio Contacts

Navigation
Section Selection
   Front Desk
   Hollywood Spotlight
Site Orientation
   Site Info
   Contact Us
   Interactivities
   Refer a Friend
   Site Walkthrough

Voting Booth

Quick Comment
Send us your comments!
See our responses!

DVD Video - Title Selection
13 Ghosts

Release Date: 9/11/2001
MSRP: $24.95

Studio: Columbia/TriStar

Year: 1960

Rating: Not Rated

Starring: Donald Woods, Charles Herbert, Jo Morrow, Martin Milner and Rosemary DeCamp

Directed by: William Castle

Produced by: William Castle

Written by: Robb White

   Movie Summary: [Horror]

    This high-spirited spook show from producer-director William Castle features a haunted house populated by the record number of ghosts in the film's title. The plot has the destitute Zorba family initially delighted at the news they've inherited the estate of their recently deceased uncle. The trouble is, the uncle was a ghost collector, and now that he's dead the ghosts are running around the house without supervision. The Zorba family’s absentminded professor father (Donald Woods) finds a pair of weird glasses that enables him to see the ghosts. Young son Buck (Charles Herbert) thinks the ghosts are pretty cool, especially the headless lion tamer and his ghost lion. Attractive daughter Medea (Jo Morrow) is marked for death by a flying Ouija board and is later menaced by a shambling corpse. The mother (Rosemary DeCamp) is harassed by poltergeists who throw knives and pots around the kitchen when she’s trying to cook dinner. There’s also Margaret Hamilton as the witch housekeeper, Martin Milner as the smooth lawyer, and a secret treasure. Robb White wrote the scream-laden screenplay. All in all it’s more fun than a barrel of ghost monkeys and perfect Halloween fare for the whole family.


INTERACTIVE

Write a 10-Second DVD review!10-Second
DVD Review
Write a 10-Second movie review!10-Second
Movie Review
Submit an easter egg!Submit An
Easter Egg
File a bug report!File A
Bug Report
Last Updated: Friday, July 6, 2001

Copyright © 1997-2018 Web Hosting by Psyphire - Terms of Use