Ghost Machine (film)

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Ghost Machine
Ghost Machine.jpg
Directed by Chris Hartwill
Produced by Simon Bosanquety
Mark Huffam
Written by Sven Hughes
Malachi Smyth
Starring Luke Ford
Rachael Taylor
Sean Faris
Music by Bill Grishaw
Cinematography George Richmond
Edited by Emma Gaffney
Dayn Williams
Generator Entertainment
Distributed by Anchor Bay Entertainment
Release dates
  • 1 February 2009 (2009-02-01)
Running time
100 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Language English

Ghost Machine is a British science fiction film, directed by Chris Hartwill[1] and based on a screenplay by writer Sven Hughes and Malachi Smyth.[2] It stars Rachael Taylor, Sean Faris and Luke Ford.[3]


The military sees itself only in Outpost being confronted with an overwhelming essence.[clarification needed] Military technicians—and video game freaks—Tom and Vic smuggle a top-secret, virtual warfare program into a disused prison, to experiment with it. What should first be a cool thrill becomes a deadly reality; a vengeful nature has manipulated the software and kidnapped all acting in the real world.Template:Bing translation? When their companion Jess hears of this case, it begins a seemingly hopeless rescue mission and is also drawn into this virtual world, which can be just as deadly as real war. In the final level of this game, death awaits![4][citation needed]



The film was shot in September 2008 in Northern Ireland in the city of Belfast at the Crumlin Road Gaol.[5] It based on a storybook of British screenwriter Sven Hughes.[6]


The Score was composed by American country artist Bill Grishaw.[7]


Ghost Machine premiered on 1 February 2009 in the United Kingdom[8] and was released in the United States as direct-to-video production on 22 December 2009 over Anchor Bay Entertainment.[9]


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