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Something ghastly haunts Golgotha Cemetery – an entity of unspeakable evil…and insatiable hunger. It is the summer of 1984, a time that should be full of lazy, carefree days for 12-year-old Timmy (Modern Family’s Nolan Gould) and his two best friends, Doug and Barry. But when a teenaged couple goes missing among the gravestones of the local cemetery, the bloodcurdling legend of a horrific ghoul begins to seem more like reality than myth. As the body count rises, Timmy and his friends are forced to confront their worst fears when they unearth long-buried secrets and unleash not only their personal demons…but also the one lurking underground! Based on the novel by Brian Keene comes GHOUL, a tale of terror about the convergence of monstrous inhumanity and a ravenous, inhuman monster.
I’m a fan of Brian Keene although I have never read the novel upon which this made-for-TV film was based. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Tim Janson
a brilliant adaption of a brilliant book!! will definatly take you by surprisePublished 10 months ago by James Sutton
Pretty ok b flick, but Keene is one of horror's best current novelest, would be nice to have some bug budget films to do his fine novels justice.Published on July 25, 2013 by Jerry H. Crabtree
I chose this movie because Brian Keene is my favorite author.....and even thought the movie was a little different then the book it is still a wonderful movie and I look forward to... Read morePublished on March 19, 2013 by Laurie Lehman
This was just awful.
This is not a horror movie, this is a movie about child abuse, and it's a pitiful attempt at that. Read more
The ending was stupid and confusing. Where did the Ghoul go? That question wasn't answered. It was sad with the children dying in a flashback, but it only made it confusing.Published on February 20, 2013 by Cindy
It may look as just another TV movie, but the fact is that there is some Nietzsche philosophy hidden on it. The book was good. The books are always better. Read morePublished on February 19, 2013 by Luis
This movie is alright and it's enjoyed to watch it but the book is better.So if you like movies that's not all that scary than this a movie for you and you're family. Lois BanksPublished on February 13, 2013 by Lois P. Banks