After a serious car accident which killed his wife and left him in critical condition, Architect Frank Bannister (Michael J. Fox) developed a gift that allows him to interact with the dead. Still racked with guilt and disturbed from the crash, Frank decides to put his Architect lifestyle on hold and use his new found skill for his own financial gain.
When a series of murders take place in his town leaving the victims with numbers engraved into their heads Frank thinks it’s time to put his skill to a more needed path and sets out to find the culprit, of whom he believes to be the Grim Reaper himself.
Creepy and often hilarious horror from Oscar winning director Peter Jackson (The Lord of the Rings, King Kong). -M.F.
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The Frighteners is just a great movie with brilliant actors. One of the earlier works of Peter Jackson, nicely done, good sfx. I love how Jeffrey Combs brings Milton to life, so creepy. And the appearence of R. Lee Ermey as Sgt. Hiles is just too funny. The quality of the image and sound is alright, but not outstanding.