Phantom Ship (2002) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
The mystery of the half-brig Mary Celeste is a true and tragic tale of the sea. She sailed from New York with a crew of eight on November 5, 1872. A month and a day later, the ship was found under full sail without a person aboard. The lifeboat and some navigational instruments were gone but the provisions and all the crew’s belongings were still in place. The ship’s log offered no explanation. No trace of the captain and his family or the crew was ever found. “Phantom Ship,” the American edition of the British 1935 Hammer horror film “Mystery of the Mary Celeste,” offers a cinematic telling of this famous seafaring riddle starring “Dracula’s” Bela Lugosi as seaman Anton Lorenzen, a religious zealot who may just be the key to this mystery.
About Phantom Ship (2002)
Starring: Bela Lugosi, Shirley Grey, Arthur Margetson, Edmund Willard, Dennis Hoey
Runtime: 62 minutes
Director: Denison Clift