Philadelphia Inquirer

By Tirdad Derakhshani
Profane, randy, oversexed, and wonderfully juvenile.
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The New York Times

By Andy Webster
It’s not the derivative scares and rudimentary effects that keep this low-budget effort percolating but the improvisational energy of Mr. Santos and Mr. Villarreal, whose ease, chemistry and humor never flag.
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By Geoff Berkshire
An aggressively obnoxious tone undermines a decent concept and appealing cast.
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The Dissolve

By Mike D'Angelo
Ghost Team One may be the scariest picture this Halloween season, demonstrating that material so blatantly offensive can still be acquired by a major studio, and released mostly without comment.
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Village Voice

By Rob Staeger
Thanks to the shakiest of shaky-cams, you don't know whether to wince or lose your lunch.
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By Simon Abrams
The makers of this high-concept comedy lack the courage of their gross-out convictions. Being loud, and tasteless can also be funny, but if all you've got to offer is bad racial humor, and dopey sex jokes, then you are the F@4k-You Man Eddie Murphy jokes about in "Raw," the guy who cluelessly tries to make people laugh by cursing a lot. Ghost Team One also panders to viewers, and does a lousy job of it, too.
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Los Angeles Times

By Inkoo Kang
It's frustrating that the filmmakers could only think to enrich the characters of one race by demeaning those of another.
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21 out of 100
Generally unfavorable reviews
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