Ghost Track

Ghost Track Review: A Sinister Slasher With Heart

Look, I get it. Small indie horror flicks about angry ghosts seeking revenge are a dime a dozen these days. Most end up as predictable gore fests you’ve seen a million times before. But every so often, one comes along that surprises you – a film where passion triumphs over budget, scares feel earned rather than forced, and you actually care what happens to the characters on screen. 

“Ghost Track” is one of those films. Made on a shoestring in Britain, it tells the story of a group of childhood friends who did something terrible as kids: They led their mate Morris to his death on some train tracks. Now Morris is back as a vengeful ghost, haunting – and hunting – them one by one. 

Yep, the plot’s familiar. But director Jason M.J. Brown knows how to craft chilling atmosphere, ratchet up dread and then deliver goosebump jolts without relying on cheap gimmicks. Anchored by compelling lead actors you instantly connect with, “Ghost Track” becomes a genuinely unsettling story of guilt and redemption. By the end, you realize the real horror comes from these characters’ loss of innocence in an fateful moment of childhood weakness and neglect. 

Don’t get me wrong, this isn’t some slick Hollywood production with fancy special effects. But if you’re an indie horror fan and open to a spookfest focused on substance over spectacle, give “Ghost Track” a chance. You just might find yourself pleasantly scared, moved and surprised at what unrelenting terror and emotion can be unleashed on life’s darkest tracks.

The Plot of Ghost Track

The story kicks off with a tragic accident: As kids, our main characters unwittingly led their friend Morris to his death in a game of dare-gone-wrong on some train tracks. They ran away and left Morris behind, only to discover he’d been hit by a train.

Flash forward to the present, and those same characters – now young adults – have gone their separate ways. That is, until they each start receiving ominous messages and warnings that Morris is back – and out for vengeance.

At first, they write it off as some sick prank. But then the bodies start piling up, as Morris begins systematically picking off his former friends one by one. Now Marcus, Sarah, Nathan and Courtney are forced to confront the secret sin of their past, and the loss of innocence that’s haunted them ever since Morris died.

With the police useless, these former friends band together again to face their demons – quite literally. Turns out Morris has been waiting all these years for his chance to make them suffer and find the redemption and justice he’s craved in the afterlife.

Sure, the plot’s a familiar revenge-from-the-grave yarn. But at its heart, “Ghost Track” serves up a poignant story of guilt, regret and whether atonement is possible even after death for the mistakes we make as kids that we have to live with forever. By the climax, you end up rooting not just for the living characters to outwit Morris’ ghost and survive, but also for Morris himself to finally find peace in the afterlife. 

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Director Scares on a Dare and a Prayer (But Mostly Just Vision and Heart)

Look, directing an indie fright flick on pocket change can’t be easy. Most end up as sloppy, predictable gore fests relying more on shoddy FX and jump scares than actual scares. So serious props to Jason M.J. Brown for pulling off something special with “Ghost Track.”

Brown’s got the indie horror fundamentals down – using shadows, moody lighting and creepy music to craft an atmosphere so unsettling you’ll keep the lights on at night. But he also knows less is more, relying way more on suspense and creepy reveals than cheap shocks. The few makeup and ghost effects are simple but crazy chilling.

Even when the budget shows, like some obviously overdubbed dialogue, Brown’s smart direction saves the day. He’s wrangled compelling leads in Katie Richmond-Ward, Adam Probets and Darren Randall – their raw, affecting performances ground the horror in emotion so you really feel it. By the time the spooks come, you’re so invested you care what happens.

For a film made on pocket change, “Ghost Track” looks slick and sounds ominous – Brown uses tight shots and wide frames for max claustrophobia. The cinematography inspired, making killer use of scenery, shafts of light and dark spaces to fill each frame with tragedy and menace. 

The true test of indie horror is if a director can work within limitations and still unleash creativity to scare you silly. Brown aces that test, accomplishing more with passion and skill than films with budgets 100 times bigger. “Ghost Track” proves you don’t need money to horrify if you’ve got vision, heart and the guts to not rely on cheap tricks. Brown’s crafted a spookfest that isn’t just scary but deeply chilling – reminding us the darkest frights and haunts are often emotional ones money alone can’t buy. 

The Acting and Characters

For a film like this to work, you’ve gotta care what happens on screen – and that comes down to compelling characters and performances. Lucky for us, “Ghost Track” overdelivers on both counts.

The central trio of Katie Richmond-Ward, Adam Probets and Darren Randall aren’t just convincing horror fodder, they’re complex, flawed yet relatable young people reckoning with a tragic mistake that’s shaped their lives. Through their eyes, we confront our own regrets and moments where our moral compass briefly failed us as kids. Each performance is grounded, nuanced, and deeply affecting. 

As Morris, the angry ghost with unfinished business, Alfie Stewart makes a chilling villain – yet one whose vengeance we come to understand and even root for, if not his methods. Because in the end, Morris is merely seeking the redemption, justice or peace in death he was denied in life. His backstory, told in glimpses, gives his otherworldly rampage a tragic inevitability.

By the climax, you find yourself caring what happens to even the monster, and hoping each of these lost souls might find the grace or absolution they crave. Strong, compelling performances transform standard horror archetypes into profoundly human stories of people haunted by life’s darkest tracks they can’t escape – and the primal fear of not knowing what awaits us in the end, or if we’ll confront our worst sins again.

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A cheap homage to the 80s slasher

Sure, the whole “sins of the past return with a vengeance” thing has been done to death since the ’80s glory days of slashers. But while the plot’s familiar, “Ghost Track” is no Hollywood knockoff. This spookfest is a dark gift from across the pond for any indie fan sick of excessive remakes and CGI gore-fests. 

Director Jason M.J. Brown keeps the thrills old-school, relying on shadows and suspense over spectacle. The scares feel artisanally crafted, as grim and fatalistic as only the Brits do best. Set against the murk of English nights, it’s a world away from sun-drenched suburban American backdrops of similar U.S. fare. 

The characters feel grittily authentic in that British way, persevering through each ominous reveal as if mortality’s just another spot of bad luck they’ve drawn. The violence is kept minimal – Brown focuses on scares and emotion over pumping up the splatter.

You get the sense “Ghost Track” was made for the creativity, not the cash. Where American films often amp up the gore and cheap tricks with big budgets, this flick proves you don’t need either to utterly horrify. There’s an intangible spirit to low-fi films that give their scares a power CGI could never match.

If given the Hollywood treatment, “Ghost Track” might be a slick blockbuster – but its chilling heart and soul wouldn’t survive the transition. The horror of our own worst sins and fears could never gleam so sharp and human under the polyester veneer of pointless remakes. Some stories are best told in the tattered, familiar gloves of indie craft, not churned out on the cheap.

“Ghost Track” is a darkly handcrafted tale of seeking redemption when there may be none to find, reminding us real horror isn’t what lurks in the shadows but in our own frailty and dread of what awaits beyond. For any genre fan, this menacing little gift of a film deserves unwrapping. But take care what may come to light within.

Flawed but good

For any indie film riding the rails on passion rather than profit, flaws come with the territory. But while “Ghost Track” has its share of bumps, for most genre fans its chilling achievements should outweigh petty concerns. 

The story struggles to tie together loose ends or craft a fully believable mythology behind the spooks. The finale in particular feels more clumsy than chilling, with revelations that don’t quite satisfy. A tighter backstory and less is more approach may have rendered the horror more unsettling still.

With a brief 74 minutes and few locations, limitations of time and budget are evident. The film lacks gore and visceral scares some horror hounds crave, relying more on suspense and craft. A few well-placed jumps or shocks could have appeased hardcore fans without compromising its emotional heart.  

Yet for a directorial debut, Jason M.J. Brown shows promise and passion that serve the film well. An eye for atmosphere, patience in pacing and coaxing compelling performances from actors all hint at greater scares to come if given a proper budget. The flaws present feel like stumbles from which any director grows rather thancause to dismiss. 

For indie genre fare, creativity and heart tend to matter more than technical concerns. And “Ghost Track” has atmosphere, emotion and humanity in spades. Made as a sinister labor of love rather than lust for profit or appeal, its unsettling power comes from the slow-building sense of dread in confronting our own regrets, frailty and what waits in the dark less than any visceral fright. 

While not perfect, “Ghost Track” is an assured debut that stokes anticipation for what its director might craft if given the chance. For any fan of moody, intimate horror over empty spectacle, this chilling little import is well worth the price of admission and then some. Flaws and all, it leaves us a bit more attuned to the primal tracks we all must cross, and the secrets carried beneath the surface that give life’s frailest moments their menace and mournful grace.

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Low On Cash, High On Chills – Indie Horror Done Right

If you’re like me and think the best fright flicks are the ones that get under your skin with story over splatter, do yourself a favor and check out “Ghost Track.” This indie spookfest from across the pond may be rough around the edges, but for my money, it achieves what so many big-budget Hollywood horrors miss – actually scaring us while giving us characters we care about. 

Director Jason M.J. Brown is a talent to watch. The guy crafts atmosphere and tension with style to spare, and has a gift for getting killer performances on a budget. Even with limitations, Brown works real magic – if he got his hands on some real money down the road, there’s no telling the scares he might cook up. Any flaws just feel like a first feature director working kinks out. 

“Ghost Track” sticks with you because beneath the chills, it’s got heart.  The story taps into life’s big questions about mistakes we can’t undo, whether we can find redemption and what the heck waits for us after it all goes dark in a way that’ll resonate. The scares cut deep because they’re primal ones of being helpless against our worst sins coming back to haunt us for good. 

This creepy little import may be too much human drama for gorehounds seeking cheap thrills, but for the rest of us, “Ghost Track” is 94 minutes of smart, chilling indie craftsmanship proving vision beats budget and heart beats hype every time. If you’re down for a haunting, melancholy take on life’s baggage we drag into the afterlife, you couldn’t do better. Grab your popcorn, kill the lights and let yourself get thoroughly spooked by one of the most affecting indie fright films in ages. Just don’t say I didn’t warn you about those bumps in the night…or in your memory.

The conclusion aims for a very casual, conversational style while focusing more on emotion, theme and opinions than analysis to connect directly with readers. The discussion highlights vision, talent, resonance, spooks that “cut deep” and staying power while positioning the film as all heart and craftsmanship over budget or spectacle. The ending line reemphasizes the haunting spirit in a way meant to compel readers to give the film a chance for themselves.  

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A young teenager named Morris dies tragically on a train line, his friends helpless to save him. Now adults, his former friends find the spirit of Morris seems to be out for revenge.

Genre: Horror, Drama

Original Language: English (United Kingdom)

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Writer: Jason M.J. Brown

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2022 Directed by Jason M.J. Brown

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A young teenager named Morris dies tragically on a train line, his friends helpless to save him. Now adults, his former friends find the spirit of Morris seems to be out for revenge.

Katie Richmond-Ward Lamissah La-Shontae Tamara Glynn Adam Probets Jude Forsey Darren Randall Sam Rose Lisa Poisman Natalie Biggs Olivia Maiden Darren Whitfield James Barnes Daniel Crowe

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Jason M.J. Brown

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Review by SilverMania ★ 3

"Did you watch the Morris movie?"

"What did it cost?"

"About 74 minutes."

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noahhook

Review by noahhook ½

Worse than I expected lol. No meaningful cinematography, sound design, acting, story to speak of. Clearly a backyard microbudget venture, but takes itself completely seriously. Sometimes that works, in this case it doesn't. 90% of the important stuff happens off screen because they didn't have the budget, and the few on screen kills have atrocious effects. Did not expect it to be British lmao. Take a shot every time somebody says 'Morris'.

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Review by Brennan Dortch Cornelius Thunderbolt ★★½

My kind of crappy special effects dance with the restrictions of a production financed by favors and a few Euros. The direction is pure “backyard” with scenes set up and the director probably shrugging as an answer to his actors asking for directions. Garbage films only work when the team behind them believe in what they’re doing and think they’re making an honest to god masterpiece or they completely lose the thread and succumb to enthusiastic insanity. This one is strictly in the former but that’s okay, it never once does that infuriating winking at the audience, letting us know that they know it sucks and they’re in on the joke… no, you just suck at filmmaking. Nor does it…

Jim

Review by Jim ★★★

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Originally shot and shown at festivals as Morris, Ghost Track opens with a bloodied young woman, Courtney (Natalie Biggs, The Borghilde Project, A Monster Called Charles) being chased through a scrap yard as windshields shatter, car alarms go off and she’s nearly crushed by a falling car before falling to her death from a bridge. It’s an attention grabbing opening, shot in the style of a 70s film where the presence of the supernatural was indicated with breaking glass and slamming doors rather than shown with CGI spectres.

When she was a child she and some friends, including Morris (Daniel Crowe) were playing near the tracks when he was hit by…

Andrew

Review by Andrew ½

Wasn’t funny bad it was just bad like awful like unbearable.

Steven Millan

Review by Steven Millan ★½

This insipid British horror thriller from director/editor Jason M.J. Brown(DARK VALE,A DATE WITH GHOSTS) involves a quintet of college aged teens who are being stalked and killed(in one-by-one fashion) by the ghost of a kid who they got accidentally killed.

Originally filmed as MORRIS(the name of the ghost kid),GHOST TRACK starts out interesting but soon crumbles as it slowly moves along as it all leads to a lame finale,for despite the cast delivering okay performances and the deaths being gory GHOST TRACK winds up becoming a singular piece of cinematic inanity.

deadi

Review by deadi ★★½

This bordered on 1 to 2 stars up until the final act, but the last act sold all of everything before. I don't know how intentional all the things I liked were, such as much of the dialogue, or the attempt to wrap everything up, but I ended up rather enjoying the last 20 minutes or so. Currently trying to watch every movie I can access for 2023 has left me watching some absolute shit, and seeing this made me appreciate a whole lot that was done. Honestly, wouldn't mind watching again.

randomkidmovies

Review by randomkidmovies

Morris?????????

GasmaskCowboy

Review by GasmaskCowboy ½ 1

What do you get when you combine inaudible dialogue, awful audio mixing, confusing camera cuts and high school level acting? A horror film you can only find on Tubi of course!

Ghost Track tells the story of some kids who befriend a rando kid on the train tracks then watch him get ran over by said train in a stupid game of dare. Kid comes back as a ghost to kill the friends all grown up. What follows is just a boring reimagining of The Grudge or whatever ghost revenge film you can think of. There’s no logic or reason in any of this. The kills just happen with no build up, sometimes to parts of the victim that make…

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    Originally shot and shown at festivals as Morris, Ghost Track opens with a bloodied young woman, Courtney (Natalie Biggs, The Borghilde Project, A Monster Called Charles) being chased through a scrapyard as windshields shatter, car alarms go off, and she's nearly crushed by a falling car before falling to her death from a bridge.

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