13 GHOSTS, Steve Beck's feature debut, is the second recent remake (following THE HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL) of a film by 1950s and '60s camp horror king, William Castle. Arthur Kriticos (Tony Shalhoub) is a financially strapped widower struggling to raise two children, Kathy (Shannon Elizabeth) and Bobby (Alec Roberts), after losing his wife in a house fire. A stroke of apparent luck arrives when Arthur learns he has inherited a mansion from his mysterious Uncle Cyrus (F. Murray Abraham). Ecstatic, Arthur whisks the kids and nanny, Maggie (Rah Digga), off to their new home, a bizarre glass and steel structure with strange Latin inscriptions carved on the walls. The family is thrilled, until a psychic and former employee of Cyrus's, Rafkin (Matthew Lillard), reveals that Arthur's departed uncle was a power hungry ghost collector who captured twelve spirits in the house. Arthur is skeptical. But when his children disappear, and Rafkin gives him a pair of special glasses that allow him to view the house's gruesome inhabitants, he believes. In Beck's special effects-laden gore-fest, the two men race against time to find the children as the house's strange internal mechanism begins sealing off the exits and freeing the angry ghosts.
John Frizzell - Composer
Shannon Elizabeth - Actress/Model, AMERICAN PIE (2000)
Embeth Davidtz - Actress
Matthew Lillard - Actor/"Serial Mom"
Gilbert Adler - Producer/"Certain Fury"
Gil Adler - Producer/"Certain Fury"
Robert Zemeckis - American director/screenwriter
F. Murray Abraham - American actor, AMADEUS
Fahrid Murray Abraham - American actor, AMADEUS
Rah Digga - Actor, 13 GHOSTS (2001)
Steve Beck - Director, 13 GHOSTS (2001)
Alec Roberts - Actor, 13 GHOSTS (2001)
Kathryn Anderson - Actress, 13 GHOSTS (2001)
Gale Tattersall - DOP
Joel Silver - American Producer
Tony Shalhoub - Actor, MONK
Neal Marshall - SCREENWRITER\FLAMINGO KID