Listen in as I review A Ghost Waits from director Adam Stoall and starring Macleod Andrews and Natalie Walker. The supernatural romantic comedy had its North American Premiere at Screamfest.

Made on an indie (small as shit) budget, but pushed to the max of what could be done with that money. It is always impressive to see. The makeup was especially impressive. With the help of the lighting and Natalie’s amazing facial expressions, the makeup is rather impressive.

Learn why I think that A Ghost Waits is a movie that can be revisited for years to come.

A Ghost Waits Synopsis:

Jack’s job is to fix up the house. Spectral agent Muriel’s eternal task is to haunt it. They should be enemies, but they become fascinated by one another and eventually smitten, leading them to question everything about their work, lives, and decisions.

But as pressure mounts for them to fulfill their duties, something’s got to give for the time together they both so desperately want.

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Jim Napier

Jim Napier

Jim has been a self-proclaimed super geek ever since he got his first computer all the way back in 1992– and he has been ‘plugged in’ ever since. Fed by a steady diet of movies as a kid, he has expanded to new platforms to fuel his inner geek! Movies continue to feed Jim’s creative side, while technology is constantly changing and creating new toys that woo and draw him in!