- An MVD Exclusive
- SKU: CLO3509BR
- Format: Blu-ray
- UPC: 889466350986
- Street Date: 01/24/23
- PreBook Date: 12/20/22
- Label: Cleopatra Entertainment »
- Genre: Horror
- Run Time: 80:00 mins
- Number of Discs: 1
- Audio: 5.1 SURROUND
- Year of Production: 2021
- Region Code: 0
- Box Lot: 30
- Territory: US
- Language: English
Cast & Crew
- Mark Huberman
- Marianna Rosett as Sofia
- Julian Sands as Bruce
- Elva Trill as Christine
- Director: Francesco Cinquemani
The Ghosts Of Monday
A filmmaker travels to Cyprus to make a TV show about a haunted hotel finds himself the target of a supernatural conspiracy.
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THE GHOSTS OF MONDAY tells the chilling story of a group of US film-makers who travel to Cyprus to film a documentary in the tragically famous Hotel Gula - a once popular resort where more than 100 people died in mysterious circumstances. What begins as just another day at the office will eventually turn into a terrifying journey into the unknown.
- Stars Julian Sands (Warlock, Leaving Las Vegas, A Room With a View), Elva Trill (Jurassic World: Dominion, 'Line of Duty'), Mark Huberman (The Turning, 'Vikings', 'Vikings: Valhalla') & Flavia Watson ('9-1-1', 'The Mentalist')
- From Director Francesco Cinquemani (The Poison Rose, Beyond The Edge)
- Official Selection at the 2022 FRIGHTFEST Film Festival
- Official Selection at the HORRORHOUND Film Festival
- For Fans of THE SHINING and THE HAUNTING
THE GHOSTS OF MONDAY is a tense mystery that will leave you shocked by the end.
—Darrn Lucas, Movie Review 101
There are slasher type murders, ghostly apparitions, a slimy slug monster, and a murder cult all thrown into the mix. The Ghosts of Monday covers almost every facet of the horror genre.
—Kat Hughes, The Hollywood News
Cinquemani's feature certainly looks back to that grandest of hotel ghost stories, Stanley Kubrick's The Shining, as drinks are had and deals made in a deserted barroom, as twins (Elizabeth and Margaret Losikova) appear in the corridors, as a lift is bloo
—Anton Bitel, Vodzilla.com
This hotel horror tale serves up all the supernatural insanity you would expect and more, while adding a helping of Giallo for good measure. The proceedings go from weird to weirder in this great-looking horror outing, which telegraphs its mystery a bit
THE GHOSTS OF MONDAY segues at mid-point from mildly creepy to a succession of Argento-type horrors as characters wander off into dark corners to suffer horrible fates - the most impressive bit of splat choreography involves a masked slasher carving up a
—Kim Newman, Kim Newman.com
When it comes to onscreen carnage, The Ghosts of Monday is a sufficiently gory horror film.
—MICHAEL DEN BOER, 10k bullets
An aged Julian Sands makes his comeback to genre flicks in this scary horror thriller which throws everything at you with a dash of style
—MATT PAPROCKI, DoBlu.com
abandoned hotel horror full of cult sacrifice and betrayal
—STEVEN LEWIS, It’s Bloggin Evil!
[Julian Sands] always brings a distinct elegance to his memorable characters.
—ROBERT ZIEGLER, Horror DNA