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Boo (2005) Review

Boo is a 2005 American independent horror film directed by Anthony C. Ferrante. The film stars Daniela Dib as a young woman who is terrorized by a ghost.

Boo is an effective horror film that makes good use of its limited budget. The acting is decent, and the film’s atmosphere is creepy. The ghost is well-designed and the scares are effective.

However, the film is not without its flaws. The plot is thin, and the ending is unsatisfying. Nevertheless, Boo is a fun and scary movie that is worth watching.


When a young boy named Andy (played by Miles Feulner) is left home alone with his baby sister for the first time, he’s not sure what to expect. But when strange things start happening around the house, Andy starts to think that there may be something more to his sister than meets the eye.

As Andy starts to investigate, he discovers that his sister can actually talk, and that she has some very special powers. With the help of his new friend, a girl named Jill (played by Madison Davenport), Andy sets out to find out just what his sister is capable of.

But when they discover that his sister’s powers can be used for evil as well as good, they must work together to stop her from using her abilities to harm others.

Boo is a heartwarming and suspenseful family film that will keep you guessing until the very end.

Movie Details

Director: Anthony C. Ferrante
Writer: Anthony C. Ferrante
Actors: Trish Coren, Rachel Harland, Jilon VanOver
Release Year: 2005