The Gallows (2015) - Rating, Synopsis, Review

The Gallows

The Gallows is a 2015 English language Ghost & Spirit movie directed by Chris Lofing, Travis Cluff. The movie is produced by Jason Blum, Guymon Casady under New Line Cinema, Blumhouse Productions. When we consider the Casting of this movie, the lead roles are played by Reese Mishler, Pfeifer Brown, while the supporting cast includes Ryan Shoos, Cassidy Gifford. Coming to the Important Crew: Music is composed by Zach Lemmon, while Chris Lofing has provided the screenplay.

  • Release Date:  2015
  • Genre:  Ghost & Spirit
  • Cast and crew: Reese Mishler, Pfeifer Brown, Ryan Shoos, Cassidy Gifford, Travis Cluff, Price T. Morgan, Melissa Bratton, Theo Burkhardt, David Herrara, Gannon Del Fierro, Mackie Burt, Adrian Salas, Mark Hales, John Hales, Shannon Wetzel
  • Director:  Chris Lofing, Travis Cluff
  • Screenwriter:  Chris Lofing, Travis Cluff

The Gallows (2015)Rating:

  • Eloise = 4 / 10;
  • Raoul = 3.5 / 10;
  • IMDb = 4.2/10;
  • Rotten Tomatoes = 1.4/10.

The Gallows (2015) Synopsis:

Three students break into the school theatre hoping to sabotage the set and cancel the representation, but this is without accounting for the vengeful ghost haunting the theatre.

The Gallows (2015) Review:

Another found footage, another ghost movie… it is without an expectation that I started watching this one…and without being convinced that I ended it.

The movie is simple, and clearly targets a teen audience by being set in a college, and featuring only teens and their teen problems. I have no problem with this usually, but when it is an excuse for being silly, it is another story. The movie is solely based on cheap scares and does a minimal job at every other aspect such as having a gripping story or being atmospheric. A few things save the movie though. The acting is actually pretty good. The very end and its weak twist were actually all right and finished the movie on a better note than it started, something that accounts for most of the points given here.

Be careful to watch the uncensored version (81 minutes) and not the widely available censored one (77 minutes) to at least get a glimpse at a few death scenes.


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