GHOST TOWN combines elements of the horror and western genres, resulting in a mixed bag of pretty pictures and stale storytelling. Present-day deputy sheriff Luz stumbles upon a ghost town while searching for missing socialite Hickland, who at the film's opening was snatched up by a man in
black appearing out of a dust cloud on horseback. Langley, quite to his amazement, discovers that the town is full of the undead, the townsfolk bound to an old curse that keeps them ageless. GHOST TOWN has a lot going for it. Director Governor brings a sense of poignancy to the material (a quality
that is, to say the least, absent from most recent horror films); the movie is beau...