Jonathan Vandermark is a music teacher with a weakness for young men with great aspirations and without a pot to piss in. When Sebastian enters his life and takes advantage of John's charity, his life and afterlife will be changed forever.
John Vandermark (Cumming) has taken in a struggling writer, Sebastian St. Germain (Boreanaz), who overstays his welcome. When John discovers that Sebastian has simply been using him, he turns the tables on his young tenant in an effort to make him work off his rent debt. When Sebastian dies accidentally in the process, John tries to make it up to him by helping him get his book published posthumously. When the book is published, John can't help but take credit for the work of genius... and Sebastian comes back to haunt him. Written by
Alan Cumming was great as the Emcee in Broadway's CABARET but here he whores himself out as actor AND director in an over-done, over-acted, nearly unwatchable thriller about an over-sexed writer (David Boreanaz) and a prissy music teacher (Cumming). As co-producer Cumming also calls in markers from the likes of Carrie Fisher, Jane Lynch, Anne Heche, Henry Thomas and Karen Black for cameos so short they couldn't possibly know the completed film would be so in-your-face awful. Black is especially cringe-worthy as a drunken whore. If you get off on seeing Boreanaz in skimpy ladies underwear, tied up with Christmas lights, this film might be worth a fast-forward; otherwise exorcise this GHOST.
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