1. Credits should have listed the high school that wrote, acted, produced this waste of time. Thank you for ff.
2. Really non-existent acting. Poor audio level with no subtitles (sign of cheap) thus difficult to understand dialogue (didn't matter anyway.)
3. Young teen is sent to live with relative who, what was suppose to be jokingly an overacted example of bad surrogate parenting, places him in storage area to live while she lives a gluttonous lifestyle. Teen finds what looks like a pair of old style glasses (note: exaggerated on DVD cover) that gives him the ability to see dead people. This is where it gets really cheap. Ghost people are just regular actors with black makeup around their eyes (I guess that means they're dead.) Ripped off storyline seen a thousand times before of this lad being bullied by larger classmate (and cronies); lad has cute punk girl (you know, stereotyped lip ring, tats, dressed in black, loner) sitting next to him in class so, of course, they become friends. And, of course, she by the end of show looks drops all that to transform into a regular actress attractive student. Forgot, ghosts somehow (how, who knows) can physically interact to play dumb tricks on humans.
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