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Out on a dead calm ocean, in a thick fog, a group of tourists on a pleasure craft are about to cross paths with an ancient and terrible evil. Sharing the same ocean, a sick, dying old Greek man drifts alone on a stricken yacht. The Greek (John Rhys-Davies) has been cheating death for countless years. Trading broken bodies for new ones over centuries.
With him he carries a deadly weapon that allows him to do this. This weapon, the Shifting Blade, gives its possessor an awesome power.
But now is the time of reckoning. The Ferryman, the ancient conveyor of death and the path to the afterlife is close and he wants the Greek. There is a payment to be made.
Whispers in the dark, meaningless gibberish about the ferryman as recited by a bored child. Followed by a fight sequence during a storm, at night, where you really can't tell... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Einsatz
The premise is sound and parts of it are frightening, but I think that the plot could have been more
innovative, and the terror would have been greater had there been more... Read more
Received this DVD on time and in great condition but have not viewed this DVD yet so I cannot make an accurate comment on it's content. It arrived in great condition!Published 19 months ago by Jimmy C.
This isn't a great horror film, but it delivers.
Six city folk on a boat, in the middle of nowhere, shrouded in fog. That makes for a nicely claustrophobic atmosphere. Read more
This movie is freaky and scary. The first time I saw it was on the Sy-Fy channel and missed a lot of it, so I got it from Netflix. Read morePublished on November 10, 2010 by Helen Cryan
Make that short on acting skills as well.
The Ferryman is nothing short of an *extremely* underwhelming film. Read more
It's always good to make sure the seller and product are kept apart, so that reviewing one does not affect the other. Read morePublished on March 16, 2010 by H. W. Stone