I must have missed this back in 2002 at the theatres, and yet it makes for a spine-tingling, interactive narrative Flash piece now. Ghost Ship (trailer) was a movie released in October of that year, and it was even made into a Flash game to promote the film.
For those of you who love point-and-click adventures, and especially those who didn't care for how The Doors ended, prepare yourselves for the story that unfolds when playing Ghost Ship (game). Click on the floating painting of the ship to navigate from room to room. You may find objects as you look around the various rooms, but you can 'carry' only one at a time. Simply visit each of the rooms and move the objects you find to where they belong. Solve the mystery of what happened aboard that ill-fated vessel.
Playing through this one shouldn't take you very long, and it's much easier than the last point-and-click adventure. The game does a good job of telling a story, eerie as it is, with just images and an excellent sound track.