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“I do know one thing. I've seen strange things happen in the strait. But I know something else. Sea gives you an opportunity, you take it.” Gabriel Byrne - Murphy
“- Munder: Where's your empathy? - Dodge: Winners do not empathize with losers.” Karl Urban - Munder Ron Eldard - Dodge
“- Munder: I just think I shit my pants. - Dodge: No, you always smell that way.” Karl Urban - Munder Ron Eldard - Dodge
“You mean, what's a nice girl like me doing in a dump like this, instead of raising a family? Simple. I own a third of Murphy's operation, I'm not that nice, and these monkeys... are my family.” Julianna Margulies - Epps
“These Italian liners, ya know, they couldn't compete for speed, so they built these floating art palaces instead.” Gabriel Byrne - Murphy
“- Epps: Have you told anyone else about this? - Ferriman: Not a living soul.” Julianna Margulies - Epps Desmond Harrington - Ferriman

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Ghost Ship (2002 film)

Ghost Ship is a 2002 horror film about a salvage crew who discover a long-lost abandoned passenger ship floating aimlessly out at sea. As they prepare to tow the ship back to land, the crew begin to encounter the supernatural forces that haunt the ship.

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  • Gabriel Byrne as Captain Sean Murphy
  • Julianna Margulies as Maureen Epps
  • Ron Eldard as Dodge
  • Desmond Harrington as Jack Ferriman
  • Isaiah Washington as Greer
  • Karl Urban as Munder
  • Alex Dimitriades as Santos
  • Emily Browning as Katie Harwood
  • Francesca Rettondini as Francesca

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Maureen Epps and the crew of the Arctic Warrior look at a map.

2002's "Ghost Ship" is a spooky horror flick that, while not a classic, is most remembered today for its terrifying opening scene , which sees a slew of rich people killed in an unforgettably unique fashion that must be seen to be believed. Looking back, though, " Ghost Ship " also offers a truly nail-biting climax, as well, where salvager Maureen Epps (Juliana Marguiles) is the last woman standing on a derelict and haunted cruise ship. 

The story begins with Epps and the crew of the salvage tugboat Arctic Warrior approached by a Canadian weather service pilot named Jack Ferriman (Desmond Harrington). He shares with them that he discovered a mysterious vessel floating about — a vessel which is fair game for anyone to lay a claim to. For the crew, the potential for profit is too great to pass up, and lured in by the promise of easy money, they soon finds themselves marooned on the Antonia Graza (the eponymous ghost ship), fighting for their lives.

This being a horror movie, things don't go well. By the film's end, Epps is the sole survivor of the crew, having been the only one able to resist the many temptations aboard the vessel. Because the ship isn't merely haunted by ghosts, but overseen by a powerful demon on a mission from Hell, who is determined to bring out the worst in people. The twist: that demon is revealed to have been Ferriman. And while Epps is able to defeat him and destroy the ship, the ending scene undercuts the heroism with a brutal wake-up call.

Ghost Ship brings out the worst in people

Ferriman tells Epps that they're not so different: while she salvages ships, he salvages souls. He tempts them with their desires — for instance, his action of luring the crew of the Arctic Warrior with the promise of gold on the ship to ensure they'll be trapped, as he sabotages their ship, thereby ensuring that they'll all be trapped on the Antonia Graza. He reveals he killed one half of the crew and passengers, then corrupted the other half, and set them on each other in a frenzy of carnage. Now their souls are bound to the Graza, and anyone he corrupts is similarly marked. One by one Epps' crew mates succumbs to the temptations of the ship, but she throws a wrench into Ferriman's plans by not only refusing to be corrupted, but destroying the ship in an act of heroic self-sacrifice.

Epps is rescued by a passing cruise ship and taken to shore, where she's placed in an ambulance for a trip to the hospital. Her relaxation is disturbed when she sees the boxes of gold being loaded onto the cruise ship by members of the crew — the exact same boxes that she had encountered on the Antonia Graza. 

As the last of the crates are loaded, the familiar figure of Jack Ferriman passes by the ambulance doors. Epps screams, because she realizes the cycle is about to begin again.

In Ghost Ship, demon work is a business

Ferriman stands as a unique example of a horror movie villain: unlike Jason Voorhees or Freddy Krueger, Ferriman doesn't have a burning drive to torment his victims or punish them for some perceived slights. He's simply there to place temptation before his prey and watch them hang themselves. 

Ferriman uses the gold to tempt the avaricious members of both the Graza and Warrior's respective crews, and if that doesn't work he'll use other sins (gluttony or lust, for instance) to corrupt his prey and then strike, killing them and adding them to his quota of souls. In his confession to Epps, he's shockingly matter of fact about the whole matter, making it clear that to him, this is simply a matter of business — albeit, Hellish business — rather than pleasure. The torments he has inflicted on the spirits on the ship, and on Epps and her crew mates, are just part of his job.

While Epps does successfully manage to thwart his plans for the Graza, it's clear from his appearance in the aftermath that his demonic superiors have set Ferriman on another "salvaging" job, one that will likely lead to the exact same outcome as the poor Antonia Graza. In "Ghost Ship," the business of evil is temptation, and business is always booming.

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After discovering a passenger ship missing since 1962 floating adrift on the Bering Sea, salvagers claim the vessel as their own. Once they begin towing the ghost ship towards harbor, a series of bizarre occurrences happen and the group becomes trapped inside the ship, which they soon learn is inhabited by a demonic creature.

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20 Years Later: ‘Ghost Ship’ Still Sails High With One of Horror’s All-Time Greatest Openings

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Twenty years ago today,  Ghost Ship  sailed into theaters and unleashed an unforgettable opening sequence that instantly entered the annals of all-time great cold opens. The stylish introduction ends with an unexpected shock and an insanely high body count. Perhaps it was a bit too effective; that high kill count quickly slows down once  Ghost Ship jumps ahead to the present.

No matter the film that followed, this cold open deserves its place among horror’s best opening sequences.

The  Steve Beck -directed horror movie was the third release under the genre label Dark Castle Entertainment and his sophomore feature follow-up to 2001’s  Th13teen Ghosts . Released in theaters on October 25, 2002,  Ghost Ship  followed a salvage crew seeking riches from a long-missing Italian cruise ship, the  MS Antonia Graza , only to discover its haunted past shortly after boarding.

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The cold open teases some harrowing events that led to the ocean liner’s disappearance forty years ago. Soothing ballroom music plays against pink cursive credits and bubbles rising from the ocean’s depths. The title card set over a wide shot of the  MS Antonia Graza  to orchestral music feels more at home with a retro sitcom or romance than a horror movie.

What quickly follows is a romantic ballroom scene set on a luxurious cruise ship in 1962. Singer Francesca ( Francesca Rettondini ) croons “Senza Fine” to a bustling open-air ballroom. It’s a picture of opulence as the crew maneuvers through the dance floor to the tables beyond with trays of wine or carts of fine dining offerings. The exception to the elegant revelry is a bored wallflower, young Katie ( Emily Browning ), who relays her boredom to a kind crew member.

Eventually, Francesca summons everyone to the dance floor, and the ship’s Captain ( Bob Ruggiero ) attempts to entertain Katie with an invitation to dance. An unseen figure pushes a lever, setting in motion a series of motors and cranks that wind up excess wires piled on the deck floor. The wire rips through the unsuspecting crowd like butter.

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Beck slows everything down just before the coiling wire bisects the patrons. The camera lingers over smiling faces, capturing the final moments of ignorant bliss. The camera pans between various mechanical components in play, a harbinger of doom that creates tension. Like a rubber band, the slow speed whips into a fast frenzy, the wire now moving with a force that slices through bouquets, metals, and bone with ease. The crowd barely has time to register the shattering glass or exploding lights before it hits them.

The camera gives one last pause, this time of a now bloodied wire, before scanning back through shocked faces. Still gripping her dance partner tight, Katie looks on in horror as bodies begin to fall around her in pieces. Arms, lower torsos, and heads slide away to a blood-slicked dance floor. Some writhe around, reaching for their missing limbs as they die. Katie’s scream echoes into the night.

Its jarring shift from romantic elegance to entrails-filled horror makes this sequence stand out—the slow, methodical build of presenting mood and setting before literally ripping it away. The abrupt shifts in pacing, from slow to fast to slow again, create foreboding and suspense, and allows the horror to really sink in when Beck examines the wire’s deadly aftermath.

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Of course, the ability to kill so many in one fell swoop contributes to the feeling of shock. The imagery of a young girl standing at the center of a massive pile of bisected corpses leaves a lasting imprint. When cold opens in horror usually results in a death or two, Ghost Ship ambitiously dispatches an entire ballroom worth of patrons and crew all at once.

The answers to the mystery behind this gruesome act of violence never quite matched the adrenaline-inducing highs of this opening scene. Even still, it’s such a memorable moment in horror that it’s worth the price of taking a cruise on the Ghost Ship  alone.

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Ghost Ship

Ghost Ship ( 2002 )

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Directed by: Steve Beck

Starring: Gabriel Byrne , Karl Urban , Julianna Margulies , Ron Eldard , Desmond Harrington

Genres: Adventure , Horror , Thriller

It turns out that the Air Force guy actually works for the devil and he ends up killing everyone except for Julianna Marguiles. After Julianna Marguiles is rescued she sees her dead crew and the bad guy taking away her gold onto another cruise ship to start over.

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Epps : Have you told anyone else about this? Ferriman : Not a living soul.

Trivia : The studio and producer Joel Silver reportedly called for major re-writes of the script shortly before shooting began. Many of the actors had signed up based on the original script, titled "Chimera", which contained far less violence and supernatural elements, and instead was a psychological drama about what happens to a salvage crew when they are stranded in the middle of the ocean. Much of the cast wasn't informed that the script had been almost completely altered into a more generic supernatural-horror/slasher film until just before they showed up to begin filming, leaving many of them disheartened and disgruntled.

Question : Why was Epps 's dead crew involved in taking the gold onto the new ship? Wouldn't their souls have gone to Heaven when the ship sank?

Answer: No, they succumbed to their sins so their souls are eternally damned.

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Ghost Ship (2002 film) should not be confused with Ghost Ship (1952 film) .

Ghost Ship is a 2002 American supernatural horror film directed by Steve Beck , and starring an ensemble cast featuring Gabriel Byrne , Julianna Margulies, Ron Eldard , Desmond Harrington , Isaiah Washington and Karl Urban . The film follows a marine salvage crew in the Bering Sea who discover a mysterious ocean liner that disappeared in 1962. Despite its title, the film is unrelated to the 1952 film of the same name .

The film was shot in Queensland , Australia , and Vancouver, British Columbia , Canada , and released theatrically in North America on October 25, 2002. It was panned by critics, but was a commercial success, grossing $68.3 million worldwide on a $20 million budget.

In 1962, aboard the Italian ocean liner MS Antonia Graza , passengers dance to the song " Senza Fine " sung by Francesca. A young girl, Katie, sits alone until the ship's captain offers to dance with her. A hand lifts a lever that tightens a wire cord. The wire whips across the dance floor, bisecting the passengers and crew. Katie is spared as the wire rips above her head through the captain, who is killed.

Forty years later, a salvage crew — Captain Sean Murphy, Maureen Epps, Greer, Dodge, Munder and Santos — are approached by Jack Ferriman, a weather service pilot who spotted a vessel adrift in the Bering Sea . It can be claimed by whoever brings it to port. The crew sets out on their salvage tug , the Arctic Warrior . The ship is the Antonia Graza , missing since 1962. Boarding the abandoned liner, the salvagers discover nine boxes, each containing twenty-eight gold bars.

After a series of supernatural events, the group decides to leave with the gold, but an invisible force sabotages the Arctic Warrior with a propane gas leak. The tugboat explodes, killing Santos.

With no other option, the group repairs the Graza . Greer encounters the apparition of Francesca, who seduces him into cheating on his fiancée, then leads him to fall down an elevator shaft. Murphy enters the captain's cabin and encounters the ghost of the captain, who explains that they recovered the gold from a sinking cruise ship, the Lorelei , along with a sole survivor. Murphy is shown a picture of the survivor, whom he recognizes. He rushes to tell the others but hallucinates and sees everyone as the ghost of the burned Santos, who provokes him into a rage. The others think Murphy has gone mad and lock him in the drained fish tank, where Epps later finds him drowned; an invisible force has opened a valve filling the tank with water.

Epps meets Katie's ghost, who reveals what happened on the Graza . The sole survivor of the Lorelei convinced many of the Graza s crew to murder their passengers, as well as the captain and officers, for the gold. After murdering the passengers, the crew turned on each other. Francesca killed the officer who survived. The mastermind behind the massacre killed Francesca by releasing a hook that slashed her neck, then branded her palm with a hook-shaped symbol using only his hands. The man is Jack Ferriman, the demonic spirit of a deceased sinner tasked with provoking people to sin, then killing them and bringing their souls to Hell. Epps deduces that Ferriman lured the salvage team to the Graza to repair it and decides to sink it to thwart his plan. Munder is crushed to death under the ship's gears while scuba diving in the flooded engine room. Epps tells Dodge to keep Jack on the ship's bridge while she sets explosives. Ferriman taunts Dodge, mocking him as a coward for never acting on his feelings for Epps, then charges him. Dodge shoots Ferriman with a shotgun and believes Ferriman to be dead.

Epps is setting explosives when she is confronted by Dodge. He claims that he killed Ferriman and they can salvage the gold to start a life together, but Epps asks why Dodge has not asked where Munder is. Dodge morphs into Ferriman, who killed Dodge. Ferriman plans to use the Graza as a trap to continue collecting souls. As long as the Graza is kept afloat, the souls of everyone who died aboard the ship will be dragged down when Ferriman returns to Hell. Epps detonates the explosives. Ferriman is blown to pieces in the explosion, while Katie helps Epps escape the sinking ship. Katie and the other trapped souls ascend to Heaven.

Epps is found by a cruise ship and returned to land. As she is loaded into an ambulance, she sees the gold being loaded onto the cruise ship, overseen by a resurrected Ferriman, who glares at her and carries on. Epps screams loudly as the ambulance doors close.

Ghost Ship first emerged in January 1996 as Chimera , a spec script by Mark Hanlon . [2] This script was a relatively bloodless psychological thriller rather than a vivid supernatural horror film. Most notably, much of the film's gore is absent from the screenplay. The film would have focused on four members of a salvage crew who end up stranded aboard the ghost vessel they are scuttling (the titular Chimera ). Over the course of one night, each member — due to panic, cabin fever , or supernatural forces — goes insane and plots to kill the other three.

In Chimera , Murphy is the "main killer" and the ship runs onto some rocks and begins to sink. Murphy and Epps survive until nearly the end but as the ship sinks, Murphy goes off to retrieve gold ingots. The weight of the gold and the time he loses in getting to it leads to Murphy's demise. As in the film, Katie helps Epps escape. Over time, the script underwent rewrites, and the psychological aspects of the script were all jettisoned in favor of making the film a slasher. It has been suggested that "The cast signed on based on this (original) draft ... and were sadly disappointed to find the script had been radically changed by Joel Silver and associates when they arrived to begin shooting." [3] According to Beck in the newly released directors commentary he mentioned that the September 11 attacks in the United States inspired the studio to make the film a more definitive fight between good and evil instead of trying to be nuanced about the corruption of man.

Scale modeling

The idea of filming on a real ship was continually brought up, and a few ships were scouted for the possibility of being used as the Antonia Graza . "The temptation was always to shoot on the real thing," Beck says. "We actually visited a few [ships], but every time we thought, 'How are we ever going to get a dolly through this alley? Or down this hallway?' When you're shooting you often have to punch through a wall in order to get the shot you need, and on a steel ship that's impossible. We knew the real thing would be far too limiting." [4]

Instead of using an actual ship, Australian visual effects company Photon VFX, who prior had worked on the 2002 film Scooby-Doo , was hired as the principal contractor for all visual effects. This allowed Warner Bros. to take full advantage of the wide spectrum of services offered including CGI , animation, miniatures, live-action, prosthetics, pyrotechnics and aerial, underwater and motion control cinematography.

The SS Andrea Doria served as the inspiration for the film's ship the Antonia Graza . Photon created a 35-foot 1/20th scale model of the ship, allowing the exterior shots to be a combination of CGI, miniature, and live-action footage. [5] For certain exterior shots a miniature just wouldn't work, so instead a full-scale forecastle and bow were constructed. "It was a full-scale replica, so it wouldn't have fit into a studio," Walker explains. "It also needed to have sky backgrounds surrounding it, so we built it on a hill to achieve the desired effect."

Principal photography for Ghost Ship began in January 2002 on location in Queensland , Australia . [6]

The majority of the film was shot on sets built on a sound stage at Village Roadshow Studios . The only ship used in Ghost Ship was the tugboat Arctic Warrior [7] used by the main protagonists. [8] While filming the exterior shots on the tugboat, a feeding frenzy occurred in the water bringing 800-1000 sharks within 50 yards of the production and its stars. [9]

In February 2002, the 35-foot-long model of the Antonia Graza , made by Photon VFX, was taken out to Moreton Bay to film establishing shots of the ship adrift. [10] In early February, construction of the bow and foredeck of the full-scale replica of the Antonia Graza was getting underway at Newstead, Queensland . Construction, which lasted roughly six weeks, drew many curious residents and tourists that were hoping to get a look at the nearly 100-foot-tall (30m) massive hull that dominated the surrounding area. [11]

The film was also shot in Halifax, Nova Scotia and Vancouver .

Dale Duguid , the creative director of Photon VFX, wanted to push the boundaries. There was a lot of pride for Ghost Ship since it was the largest visual effect contract completely done in Australia to date. Photon VFX filmed a real ocean-liner at sea off the coast of New South Wales , digitally removed the ship, but kept all of its movements, leaving nothing but ocean and sky. Then the tracking data was taken and in-put into a robotic filming system, which then filmed the 35-foot-long (10 m) miniature ship. The digital effects team then added 300 digital extras, in addition to digital water and smoke to make the scene appear as realistic as possible.

The dramatic scene, which features the derelict ballroom reverting to its former grand self, posed a problem for the effects crew. "That was the most difficult shot I've ever worked on," says Duguid. Filming took place on two different sets, the first being the decrepit ballroom which had been adrift for forty years. The second set was the luxurious ballroom, used in the opening scene with happy party guests having a grand time. "We were filming on a derelict set and a new set, and we shot 80 layers of that scene on a circular motion control track, each time with different things going on. Some we shot forwards, some backwards, some fast, some slow." [12]

The soundtrack album for Ghost Ship was released on November 5, 2002 on Varèse Sarabande . [13] [14] The songs " Not Falling " by Mudvayne and " Senza Fine " sung by Monica Mancini are not part of the soundtrack despite being featured in the film.

The score is described by Filmtracks.com as "tap [dancing] around some old genre cliches while diving head first into others, producing a score with drama, fright, and a slight hint of elegance at times as well." [15]

Ghost Ship was theatrically released on October 25, 2002. The theatrical poster for Ghost Ship is similar to that of the 1980 film Death Ship . [16] [17]

Warner Bros. in association with Hollywood.com sponsored a sweepstake s to promote the film beginning October 18, 2002, with the final drawing on November 1. Applicants could enter for the chance to win the grand prize dubbed the "Ghost Ship Prize Package" of promotional merchandise consisting of one Ghost Ship baseball hat, one spinning skull mug, one Ghost Ship shower CD player , and the Ghost Ship soundtrack. The runners up would receive just the baseball hat and mug. [18]

On March 28, 2003, Warner Home Video (currently known as Warner Bros. Home Entertainment ) released the film to VHS and DVD . [19] On October 26, 2018, Official Charts Company revealed Ghost Ship was the United Kingdom's 26th best-selling horror DVD/Blu-ray of all time. [20]

A collectors edition of Ghost Ship was produced by Shout! Factory and released on Blu-ray September 29, 2020. It featured a new interview with actor Isaiah Washington, and a new Audio commentary by director Steve Beck. [21]

With a reported budget of $20 million, the film opened at no. 3 at the box office with $11,503,423 in ticket sales as dominated the cinema releases. The film grossed $30,113,491 in North America and had an international gross of $38,236,393, earning a total of $68,349,884. [22]

Critical response

According to internet review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes , Ghost Ship has an approval rating of 15% based on 128 reviews, with an average rating of 3.8/10. The site's critical consensus reads: "With a plot as creaky as the boat, Ghost Ship fails to deliver the scares." [23] Metacritic gives the film a weighted average score of 28 out of 100 based on 25 critics, indicating "generally unfavorable reviews". [24] Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of "C+" on an A+ to F scale. [25]

The film received varied critical reception in the United States: The New York Times s Stephen Holden criticized its preoccupation with special effects, and while praising its establishment of mood, ultimately deemed it "an incoherent supernatural thriller that would like to think of itself as a Halloween-ready horror fusion of The Perfect Storm and Titanic." [26] Carla Meyer of the San Francisco Chronicle praised the performance of Isaiah Washington, but deemed the film "a stupid, derivative horror film that substitutes extreme gore for suspense. Granted, there are only so many ways to kill people in these pictures, but lingering on a woman on a meat hook doesn't make a movie scary. It makes it gross." [27]

Manohla Dargis of the Los Angeles Times was critical of the script's lack of character development, writing: "With its minor shivers and modest Grand Guignol showmanship, Ghost Ship is the sort of flimflam that would have filled eight paneled pages in the great horror comic book Tales From the Crypt or consumed about 30 minutes on the latter-day HBO spinoff." [28] Roger Ebert said the film is "better than you expect but not as good as you hope," [29] while Joel Siegel of Good Morning America awarded the film a B− rating, writing: "After a very brutal and bloody beginning, Ghost Ship plays like an old-fashioned ghost story, the kind that kept you awake when you were a kid." [30] In a review published by IGN , the reviewer awarded the film one-and-a-half out of five stars, stating: "as a horror fan, I applaud what Silver and Zemeckis are trying to do with Dark Castle, Ghost Ship just isn't a cruise worth taking." [31]

Upon the film's release in the United Kingdom in January 2003, The Guardian s Peter Bradshaw praised its set design, but added "it's the same old tired stuff we've seen a hundred times before in various permutations." [32] Jamie Russell of the BBC awarded the film two out of five stars, but praised its opening sequence. [33]

While critical response to Ghost Ship was varied upon its theatrical release, many contemporary critics and film fans alike praised its elaborate opening murder sequence. [34] [35] [33] Website Bloody Disgusting listed Ghost Ship s opening massacre as #13 in their list of "The Top 13 Kills in Horror Movie History," [36] while ComingSoon named the scene one of the greatest opening sequences in horror film history. [37]

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  • Web site: GHOST SHIP (18) . Warner Bros. . British Board of Film Classification . November 8, 2002. September 9, 2013.
  • Web site: Ghost Ship - by Mark Hanlon - First Draft . Dailyscript.com . January 29, 1953 . September 24, 2011.
  • http://www.dailyscript.com/scripts/ghost_ship_info.txt First draft screenplay of "Ghost Ship" (formerly "Chimera").
  • Web site: Ghost Ship: About . https://web.archive.org/web/20190429191947/http://www.hollywoodjesus.com/ghost_ship_about.htm. April 29, 2019.
  • Web site: Photon VFX Sets Sail With Ghost Ship . https://web.archive.org/web/20190429162608/https://www.awn.com/news/photon-vfx-sets-sail-ghost-ship. April 29, 2019. Animation World Network.
  • Web site: Principal Photography Commences on "Ghost Ship," a Dark Castle Entertainment Production for Warner Bros. Pictures in Association with Village Roadshow Pictures and NPV Entertainment . Warner Bros.. https://web.archive.org/web/20190429174451/https://www.warnerbros.com/news/press-releases/principal-photography-commences-%E2%80%9Cghost-ship%E2%80%9D-dark-castle-entertainment-production-warner/. April 29, 2019.
  • News: Holden. Stephen. 2002-10-25. FILM IN REVIEW; 'Ghost Ship' (Published 2002) . en-US. The New York Times. 2020-11-05. 0362-4331.
  • Web site: Joel Silver for Ghost Ship . Dark Horizons. https://web.archive.org/web/20190429182123/https://www.darkhorizons.com/joel-silver-for-ghost-ship/. April 29, 2019. October 28, 2002.
  • Web site: Jaws Breaker . Entertainment Weekly. https://web.archive.org/web/20190429183641/https://ew.com/article/2002/11/01/jaws-breaker/. April 29, 2019. Vary. Adam B.. November 1, 2002.
  • News: Partridge . Des . February 8, 2002 . Bay laps up horror on high seas . The Courier - Mail . Brisbane, Qld . .
  • News: Sexton . Krissty . March 17, 2002 . Take a bow! . The Sunday Mail . Brisbane, Qld . .
  • News: Molitorisz . Sacha . December 6, 2002 . Water Works . . Sydney, N.S.W. . .
  • Web site: Ghost Ship Soundtrack (complete album tracklisting) . SoundtrackINFO . 5 November 2002 . 24 September 2011.
  • Web site: Ghost Ship [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack] ]. All Music.
  • Web site: Ghost Ship (John Frizzell) Review . Filmtracks.com . April 30, 2019.
  • Book: Waddel, Calum . Jack Hill: The Exploitation and Blaxploitation Master, Film by Film . 2009 . . 9780786452880 . 186 . October 17, 2018.
  • Book: Muir, John Kenneth . Horror Films of the 1980s, Volume 1 . 2011 . McFarland & Company . 9780786455010 . 82 . October 17, 2018.
  • Web site: The Ghost Ship Sweepstakes Rules and Regulations . Hollywood.com . https://web.archive.org/web/20190429193719/http://www.hollywood.com/general/the-ghost-ship-sweepstakes-rules-and-regulations-57164440/. April 29, 2019. October 21, 2002 .
  • Web site: Ghost Ship (2002) - Financial Information . .
  • Web site: The UK's Official Top 40 best-selling horror films of all time on DVD and Blu-ray revealed . October 26, 2018 . . Jack . White.
  • Web site: Scream Factory's 'Ghost Ship' Blu-ray Will Include New Interviews and a New Commentary Track . August 18, 2020 . . John . Squires.
  • Web site: Ghost Ship (2002) . Box Office Mojo. May 7, 2022.
  • Web site: Ghost Ship - Rotten Tomatoes . Rotten Tomatoes. September 24, 2021.
  • Web site: Ghost Ship Reviews, Ratings, Credits, and More at Metacritic . Metacritic.com. September 24, 2011.
  • Web site: CinemaScore . cinemascore.com.
  • Web site: The New York Times . FILM IN REVIEW; 'Ghost Ship' . Holden, Stephen. October 25, 2002. February 10, 2018.
  • Web site: San Francisco Chronicle . FILM CLIPS / Also opening today . October 25, 2002. Meyer, Carla. February 14, 2018.
  • Web site: Dargis, Manohla. In 'Ghost Ship,' gore mixes with seawater . . October 25, 2002. May 7, 2022. https://archive.today/20180215221116/http://articles.latimes.com/2002/oct/25/entertainment/et-capsules25.3. February 15, 2018. live. Manohla Dargis.
  • News: Ghost Ship . Roger Ebert. May 7, 2022 . Roger Ebert.
  • Web site: Good Morning America. ABC News. Joel Siegel Reviews New Movies . October 25, 2002. Siegel, Joel. December 28, 2017.
  • Web site: IGN . This Weekend at the Movies: Ghost of a Chance . October 25, 2002. February 9, 2018. Linder, Brian.
  • Web site: The Guardian . Bradshaw, Peter. Ghost Ship . February 14, 2018. Peter Bradshaw. July 21, 2008.
  • Web site: BBC . Russell, Jamie. Review - Ghost Ship . January 19, 2003. February 14, 2018.
  • Web site: Don Sumner . Ghost Ship (2002) Review . August 14, 2012 . Best-Horror-Movies.com. November 21, 2015 . … plus it has one of the greatest opening scenes in horror..
  • Web site: Sunday Bloody Sunday: Opening Scene From 'Ghost Ship' (2002) . September 15, 2013 . DirtyHorror. November 21, 2015 . "… I was in definite "Holy Shit!" mode after seeing the opening scene. It was jaw-dropping indeed, but then after it, …".
  • Web site: The Top 13 Kills in Horror Movie History! . . November 14, 2004 .
  • Web site: ComingSoon . The Greatest Opening Scenes in Horror History: Ghost Ship . February 15, 2018. January 14, 2016. Alexander, Chris.
  • Web site: The 12th Annual FANGORIA Chainsaw Awards: Full Results (June 17) . January 12, 2022. Fangoria .

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Ghost Ship (2002 film) is a television show that appeared on TV in 1970 . Ghost Ship stopped airing in 1970.

It features Joel Silver as producer, John Frizzell (composer) in charge of musical score, and Gale Tattersall as head of cinematography.

Ghost Ship (2002 film) is recorded in English and originally aired in United States. Each episode of Ghost Ship (2002 film) is 90 minutes long. Ghost Ship (2002 film) is distributed by Warner Bros..

The cast includes: Desmond Harrington as Jack Ferriman, Julianna Margulies as Epps, Karl Urban as Munder, Ron Eldard as Dodge, Isaiah Washington as Greer, Gabriel Byrne as Murphy, Alex Dimitriades as Santos, and Emily Browning as Katie.

Ron Eldard as Dodge

  • (Ron Eldard) "You want to build a raft?"
  • (Isaiah Washington) "I wanna build a raft."
  • (Ron Eldard) "You smell that? I smell bulls***."
  • (Ron Eldard) "Hey, check this out."
  • (Karl Urban) "Hey, it's a watch. Congratulations, buddy."
  • (Ron Eldard) "No -- look again you moron. It's a digital watch. Do the math. They didn't have digital watches in 1962."
  • (Ron Eldard) "Can I tell you something else? When we get back I'm gonna take my money and I'm gonna buy you a bathtub."

Julianna Margulies as Epps

  • (Julianna Margulies) "Call me if you need anything."
  • (Ron Eldard) "How about a pizza?"
  • (Julianna Margulies) "You're SO funny."
  • (Julianna Margulies) "You mean, what's a nice girl like me doing in a dump like this, instead of raising a family? Simple. I own a third of Murphy's operation, I'm not that nice, and these monkeys -- are my family."
  • (Julianna Margulies) "Have you told anyone else about this?"
  • (Desmond Harrington) "Not a living soul."
  • (Julianna Margulies) "Wanna hear something funnier? We just found a bunch of dead guys floating in the laundry room."
  • (Julianna Margulies) "I saw that little girl again."
  • (Desmond Harrington) "What? Where?"
  • (Julianna Margulies) "I must be losing my god**** mind."

Alex Dimitriades as Santos

  • (Alex Dimitriades) "Because of the plan, I'm trapped on this dreamboat of yours. So, you know what? You're coming along for the ride."

Isaiah Washington as Greer

  • (Isaiah Washington) "I can't hold her much longer, Murph. Port bow is heeling. She's taking on way too much water."
  • (Isaiah Washington) "Earlier, when I was doing my recon, I could swear I heard a women's voice singing to me. It was like she was, like she was coming on to me or something."
  • (Karl Urban) "Oh, no."
  • (Isaiah Washington) "It was the sexiest voice I ever heard, man."
  • (Alex Dimitriades) "She got any backup singers?"
  • (Karl Urban) "Brother, whatever you're on, get me some."
  • (Ron Eldard) "I think maybe you're not quite ready to get married, Greer."

Karl Urban as Munder

  • (Karl Urban) "What's with the heart?"
  • (Julianna Margulies) "Found it. Belonged to this little girl."
  • (Ron Eldard) "What girl?"
  • (Julianna Margulies) "She told me to get off this boat."
  • (Desmond Harrington) "You mean she's talking to you now?"
  • (Karl Urban) "What the hell are you guys talking about?"
  • (Karl Urban) "Who the f*** you kidding Greer. Everybody knows you Navy boys take it up the ass."
  • (Karl Urban) "I just think I s*** my pants."
  • (Ron Eldard) "No, you always smell that way."
  • (Karl Urban) "Where's your empathy?"
  • (Ron Eldard) "Winners do not empathize with losers."

Gabriel Byrne as Murphy

  • (Gabriel Byrne) "I do know one thing. I've seen strange things happen in the strait. But I know something else. Sea gives you an opportunity you take it."

Desmond Harrington as Jack Ferriman

  • (Desmond Harrington) "Last month I was out in the middle of the Strait when I came across this."
  • (Julianna Margulies) "Congratulations. You found a boat. In the middle of the ocean, of all places."
  • (Desmond Harrington) "You okay? You seem quiet since you came back."
  • (Julianna Margulies) "I think I saw something I couldn't possibly have seen."
  • (Desmond Harrington) "Like what?"
  • (Julianna Margulies) "No, it's crazy. It doesn't matter."
  • (Desmond Harrington) "No, I'm curious, tell me."
  • (Julianna Margulies) "I think I saw a little girl."
  • (Desmond Harrington) "On, on the, the boat?"
  • (Desmond Harrington) "You're pathetic."
  • (Desmond Harrington) "Looks like someone used it for target practice."
  • (Julianna Margulies) "That's the happy version."
  • (Desmond Harrington) "What's the not-so-happy version?"
  • (Julianna Margulies) "There were people in there."
  • (Desmond Harrington) "Well, you live for her. You willing to die for her?"

Emily Browning as Katie

  • (Emily Browning) "We're all trapped here."
  • (Julianna Margulies) "Who?"
  • (Emily Browning) "My shipmates and I."
  • (Emily Browning) "You must go at once. Leave the ship while you still can."

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    Munder: Brother, whatever you're on, get me some! Dodge: I think maybe you're not quite ready to get married, Greer. Dodge: Hey, check this out. Munder: Hey, it's a watch. Congratulations, buddy. Dodge: No... look again, you moron! It's a digital watch. Do the math. They didn't have digital watches in 1962.

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    1 nomination. IMDB: 5.5 Metacritic: 28 Rotten Tomatoes: 14% Ghost Ship Screenplay » Edit Buy R (Restricted) Year: 2002 91 $30,100,000 Website 2,015 Views Jack Ferriman: Last month I was out in the middle of the Strait when I came across this. Epps: Congratulations. You found a boat. In the middle of the ocean, of all places. Munder:

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    Ghost Ship (2002) quotes 4 total quotesDodge View QuoteEpps: Call me if you need anything. Dodge: How about a pizza? Epps: [sarcastically]You're SO funny! View QuoteGreer: Earlier, when I was doing my recon, I could swear I heard a women's voice singing to me. It was like she was, like she was coming on to me or something.

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    An invisible force has opened a valve filling the tank with water. Epps meets Katie's ghost, who reveals what happened on the Graza. The sole survivor of the Lorelei convinced many of the Graza' s crew to murder their passengers, as well as the captain and officers, for the gold. After murdering the passengers, the crew turned on each other.

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    A salvage crew has retrieved a sinking ship in the open ocean. They bring the ship into port and receive its salvage value from the authorities. While celebrating their success at a bar, Jack Ferriman, a Canadian Air Force pilot, approaches them and says he has spotted a mysterious vessel running adrift in the Bering Sea.

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    Ghost Ship 2002 Director: Steve Beck Stars: Julianna Margulies, Gabriel Byrne, Ron Eldard, Desmond Harrington, Isaiah Washington Genre: Horror, Mystery, Thriller Rating: R (Restricted) Runtime: 91 minutes The Ghost Ships of Truk Lagoon tells the dramatic and powerful saga of the Japanese navy of World War II.

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    28 Rotten Tomatoes: 14% Ghost Ship Screenplay » Edit Buy R (Restricted) Year: 2002 91 $30,100,000 Website 2,018 Views Jack Ferriman: Last month I was out in the middle of the Strait when I came across this. Epps: Congratulations. You found a boat. In the middle of the ocean, of all places. Munder: I just think I sh*t my pants. Dodge:

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    Ghost Ship (2002 film) Quotes. Ghost Ship (2002 film) is a television show that appeared on TV in 1970 . Ghost Ship stopped airing in 1970. It features Joel Silver as producer, John Frizzell (composer) in charge of musical score, and Gale Tattersall as head of cinematography.

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    Ghost Ship 2002 Director: Steve Beck Stars: Julianna Margulies , Gabriel Byrne , Ron Eldard , Desmond Harrington , Isaiah Washington Genre: Horror , Mystery , Thriller Rating: R (Restricted) Runtime: 91 minutes