Dean Koontz's intriguing story comes to the big screen in a horrifying manner. It is truly spooky, every second feeling as though something is about to pop out from the shadows. This faded into action sequences during the second half, which wasn't quite as good, and the ending was less than to be desired for, short and blunt with no problems in the way. Peter O-Toole's character was stupid and annoying. Phantoms has it's ups and downs but it waves more towards the up department.
Review by Erik Samdahl unless otherwise indicated.
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