Ghost Team One Info
Ghost Team One Review
Synopsis:Two roommates deathly afraid of ghosts both fall in love with a girl who believes their home is haunted.
Director Ben Peyser (You’ve Reached Richarde & Gribbeen, Brainstorm - TV Series and Scott Rutherford (Actor in Good Satan, Love Analysis, The Bare Show) did a terrible job with Ghost Team One. Movie had comedy which was humorous but the movie was way too slow and dull. The best part was the comedy and you really have to understand and like stand up comedy to like the comedy in this movie. I wouldn’t really recommend this movie to anyone to see because I think it is a waste of time. Ghost Team One contains descriptive nudity, violence, sexual content, comedy, not so good actors, horny college kids and some drug use.
Ghost Team One is about two Los Angeles horny college students, Sergio (Carlos Santos - The Gutterboys, Vaginal Scan, Jesus Lover) and Brad (J.R. Villarreal - Magic City Memoirs, The Death and Life of Bobby Z) who are also roommates. They want to make a documentary about a murder that took place in their home so that they can impress two hot girls, Becky (Meghan Falcone - The Jump, Meet the Betas!, Till Death Do Us Part) and Fernanda (Fernanda Romero - Cavemen, 3 Geezers!, Coyote, Line of Duty) who are into the supernatural. The girls then believe that the murder victim ghost is still in the home. The movie then got real in a sense that they are trying to impress the girls and then kaboom, supernatural things actually started to happen around the house after the cameras were set up. It turns out that a Vietnamese brothel spirit causes problems whenever there is anything sexual going on in the house. The house that the boys live in was once a brothel house ran by the spirit that haunts them.
There is not much to say about this movie, the contents above basically describes Ghost Team One. I like this move more than Scary Movie 5 but it still deserve a score of 3 like Scary Movie 5.
About Ghost Team One 2013
Total Avg. Votes: 16
Writers: Andrew Knauer, Arthur Pielli
Director: Ben Peyser, Scott Rutherford