By IGN StaffPublished February 17, 2019 04:38:30A few weeks ago, I saw a documentary called Ghost Hunters, and I have to say, it’s pretty funny.
The trailer is full of all the trappings of a film, but I couldn’t help but think about the people who created it.
It features a ghost hunter named Ray (Jai Courtney) who’s on a quest to track down the elusive Ghost-Man (Matthew McConaughey) in order to bring justice to those who’ve been responsible for the deaths of his loved ones.
I’m not sure if this is a perfect film, and it certainly doesn’t have the same cinematic flair of films like Paranormal Activity or The Conjuring 2, but the premise and the film’s premise is very well-developed and is one of the more clever horror films that I’ve seen.
I’ve seen a few other ghost movies and I thought it would be interesting to see what they had to say.
Here’s what Ray has to say in the trailer:Ghost hunters like to travel the world and meet strange, elusive spirits, and Ray is a ghost tracker, or as he puts it, a “haunted hunter.”
The film opens with Ray, who is walking down the streets of the city of Las Vegas, getting lost, and stops in a diner.
Ray and his friends get an unexpected visitor, a ghostly man named the Ghost-Cop.
The Ghost-cop has been haunting Ray for years, and after a few minutes, the two get up and leave the diner.
Ray goes to Las Vegas to find the Ghost Cop and the Ghost Man is back, but not for good.
Ray is now haunted by the GhostCop and the ghost is still there.
Ray asks the Ghostcop what he did to get him back.
The Ghost-Police responds that the Ghost cop kidnapped Ray, but that Ray had already killed the Ghost, and the cops say that they don’t want to deal with the Ghost.
The police also tell Ray that the cops don’t know if the Ghost is still out there, so Ray has the Ghost of the day come to town.
The next day, Ray goes to the diner and finds the Ghost to be dead.
Ray says that the ghost has returned and the man is now on the loose again.
Ray tells the Ghost that the man killed him and then the ghost told him the Ghost was dead, but Ray says the Ghost didn’t know the Ghost had returned.
The two get into a fight and Ray uses a shotgun to kill the Ghost and get the Ghost’s gun.
After the Ghost leaves, Ray returns to the scene where he found the Ghost on a table and kills the Ghost with a shotgun, then shoots the Ghost himself.
Ray and the other Ghost-Detectors return to the motel and Ray has just one question: how did the Ghost come back?
The Ghost cop tells Ray that he came back after a very long time, and that Ray killed the ghost because Ray wanted revenge for the Ghost stealing his money.
Ray replies that he did not want revenge, and then proceeds to kill Ray with the ghost’s gun, but before he can do so, Ray is knocked unconscious and the police arrive.
They take Ray to a hospital and the doctor gives him some medicine to make sure he’s okay.
The doctor gives Ray another shot of the ghost cop’s gun and Ray wakes up.
The doctor tells Ray to go back to the Ghost Police and Ray goes, but is unable to make it.
The following day, the Ghost cops go to Ray’s apartment and Ray asks them if they can talk to the ghost.
The ghost cop tells them that he’s been out for awhile and that he doesn’t know why the Ghost left, and he also says that he wants Ray to bring him back home.
The cops go back into Ray’s room and the doorbell rings.
The two Ghost- Detectors get inside and Ray tells the ghost that he needs to go and get his guns back.
The next day he is at a gun show in Las Vegas and is approached by a ghost who tells him that he should come and see the Ghost for himself.
The ghost tells Ray he needs help, and asks for his gun and some cash.
Ray agrees and says he’s going to take Ray’s gun with him to the hotel where the Ghost has been staying.
The following morning, Ray arrives at the hotel, but he’s not sure what to do.
The hotel has a surveillance system, so when Ray arrives he sees a security guard at the front desk, but it’s not the guard who told him to come in.
Instead, the guard asks Ray if he knows anything about ghosts.
Ray asks the guard what he wants, and gets the guard to give him some money.
He tells the guard that he has an appointment and he needs some time to look around.
The guard tells Ray the same thing: he has to find a hotel room for the next day and Ray doesn’t