If you saw Deep Rising, 13 Ghosts, or House on Haunted Hill and liked them, you'll love this movie. Intended as a Halloween bit of fun, this film, inspite of nearly comical flaws, works! Comical flaws? You get to see the same clip of the character Grier saying "Where you going? twice. In the cabin of one of the ghost a hat changes position 3 times, twice in the same scene.
More fun is the opening number Senza Fine which, judging by the posing of the busty singer, must be Italian for "Get a Load of These" (you'll get that when you watch it)
Some obvious problems with the film include:"Dodge" enunciates like a community theater judge, "Munder" is accent is alterantely British and American, and "Murphy" went on about how he'd been at sea a long time, how the sea does strange things, how the sea gives you an opportunity, blah blah blah.
Didn't I say I liked this film? Yes I did. All of these things
add to the charm.
If nothing else, you have to see the opening mass bisection. It is stand alone in both its horrific nature and dark humor. Half the team that put Army of Darkness together worked on it. Very little CGI, mostly cunning camera work and rubber corpses. Excellent!!!