GHOST: Rite Here Rite Now

GHOST: Rite Here Rite Now

Whether you’re a devoted disciple looking to relive treasured memories of the GHOST live spectacle or among the curious uninitiated, RITE HERE RITE NOW will put you right there: putting your phones down and living in the moment—as a shadow of uncertainty looms—completely spellbound and in the thrall of this bombastic yet intimate cinematic portrait of GHOST.

  • Released: 2024-06-20
  • Runtime: 149 minutes
  • Genre: Music
  • Stars: Tobias Forge, Maralyn Facey, Alan Ursillo, Kevin Kaufmann, Ashley McBride, Ghost
  • Director: Tobias Forge, Alex Ross Perry
  • dbnravens - 26 June 2024
    Mind blown!
    I tricked my wife into going to see this gem with me when we saw it at Alamo, but it was worth the vodka with Sprite that I got her. Secretly, I think she liked it, but won't admit it. If you didn't catch them on tour, this film will give you the next best thing. Tobias Forge is a genius and just knows how to draw you in and captivate the audience. I can't speak for someone who is a casual fan of Ghost because I'm already a total fanatic, but hopefully this film will turn casual fans into disciples of the Clergy. Even though the majority of the film is concert footage, Forge figures out how to weave in an entertaining story line. I hope it goes to video soon to appeal to a wider audience. I'm grateful that I saw it in the theater.
  • kingpatchcasualacc - 22 June 2024
    Love letter to the old and new fans
    Personally i struggle with crowds so i was already super excited to be able to experience a ritual for the first time.

    The story and message is well delivered tobias really put his whole tobussy into this and it absolutely shows.i WILL die on this hill.

    Loved everything from the soundtrack to the comedic bits and the end credits scene l. Perfect sense of comedic timing and when to get more serious. Everyone did amazing and im glad i managed to stay alive long enough to be able to experience this film.

    Whoever wrote that one guardian article is a lil punk btw that whole thing reeked of elitism.