The Ghost Station Review

The Ghost Station Review

The Ghost Station by director Yong-ki Jeong starring Kim Bo-ra, and Kim Jae-hyun. After witnessing a child on the track of a subway and the death of the ones who tried to help. An investigation dives into what is being seen and the death of those who see it. Only to uncover a dark secret of a group of children forced to surive in a well. The only way to get out is if your name (number) is called. Now these children look for peace and curse those with the bad luck of seeing them. The investigators are cursed and must uncover how to surive or pass it on.

A creepy film overall any time cursed ghosted kids are involved it brings a level of fear. Just this one does have some gaps in the story. I give this one a 6 out of 10 it does have a very creepy vibe and does deliver on that forsure. It was a fun watch to see the backstory and learn how they will pass on the curse. It did have some moments of the kids popping up out of the darkness that was indeed bone-chilling. Out now from Well Go USA Entertainment so be sure to check this one out and see how the kids get their revenge.