Ghost Ship is a horror film directed by Steve Beck. The story follows salvage crew members who discover a long-lost ocean liner, the Antonia Graza, floating in the Bering Sea. But as they begin to explore the abandoned ship, they uncover a terrifying secret that unleashes a series of supernatural events and puts their lives in grave danger.
Ghost Ship received mixed reviews upon its release, with critics praising the film's creepy atmosphere and stylish visuals, but criticizing its lack of originality and weak script. Despite the mixed reviews, the film has become a cult classic among horror fans for its eerie setting and supernatural elements.
Ghost Ship did not receive any major awards, but it did receive a nomination for the Best Special Effects award at the 2003 Academy Awards for its impressive visual effects.
Despite its mixed reviews, Ghost Ship has become a popular film among horror fans due to its creepy atmosphere and supernatural elements. It currently holds a 5.5/10 rating on IMDb and a 14% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes, with critics generally panning the film for its cliched plot and predictable scares. However, the film has gained a dedicated following among horror fans who appreciate its eerie setting and effective use of visual effects.
|Directed by||Steve Beck|
|Produced by||Joel Silver
|Written by||Mark Hanlon
|Music by||John Frizzell|
|Edited by||Roger Barton|
|Dark Castle Entertainment
Village Roadshow Pictures
|Distributed by||Warner Bros. Pictures|
|Release date||October 25, 2002|
|Running time||90 minutes|
|Box office||$68.3 million|