Fern Petersen, a driven high school senior, has her life turned upside down when her overly affectionate boyfriend, Robert Klingher, dies in an embarrassing accident. When Robert returns ...
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Fern Petersen, a driven high school senior, has her life turned upside down when her overly affectionate boyfriend, Robert Klingher, dies in an embarrassing accident. When Robert returns from the dead as a love-sick ghost, he tries to reunite with Fern - only to have his heart broken. As Robert plots to kill Fern so they can be together forever, Fern will have to fight to stay in the world of the living. Clinger is a blood-soaked coming of age story about the horrors of first love.Written by
I watched Clinger via Amazon Prime and thought it was entertaining. It did look fairly low budget, but I feel like that was part of the charm of it and it helped forgive the less than stellar performances.. this isn't to knock it, I feel like a lot of my favorite movies out there are a little rough around the edges (ala: Clerks)
I do feel like the script was pretty good and I really enjoyed the protagonist, Fern-- definitely far from a prop and that in itself deserves a big thumbs up. I'd recommend watching it, it's best for young teenagers-- it's a high school story with bad words, perfect for 13/14 year olds. If you're looking for something spooky and high brow- this isn't the movie for you. It's campy and held together with gaff tape and pizza-- and they don't try to hide it; which is why this movie stands out among other indie horrors who try the Hollywood version of (name Hollywood horror movie).
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