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Newly-divorced Carol moves with her kids, Amanda (16) and Adam (12), from rural Michigan to a Victorian house near Chicago. As the three begin to adjust to their new surroundings, strange... See more »

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Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Dominick Alesia ...
Dominick
Carrie Bankes ...
Old School Principal
Steve Bankes ...
Leisure-suited ghost
Michael Baron ...
Kid in Monkey Ears
Keenan Benshop ...
Raging Specters Band-bass / vocals
Courtney Blomquist ...
Kourtney
Ava Brennan ...
Dancing Woman Ghost
Miora Brumfield ...
Jasmine
Dan Canales ...
Detective Rene Soto
Kelly Anne Clark ...
Nancy
Parish Collier ...
Steve (as Parrish Collier)
Austin Cone ...
Cody
Jack Cramer ...
Brian / Raging Specters Band-guitar / vocals
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Detective Pete McGarry
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Carol Poplawski
DeShawn Dixson ...
History student
Harlene Ellin ...
Patricia
Ella Gill ...
Suzy Q.
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Zak
Ricky Haschmeyer ...
Z-Dog (as Ricky Haschemeyer)
Caleb Jordahl ...
Raging Specters Band-lead guitar / vocals
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Evelyn
Noah Kitsos ...
Adam Poplawski
Cory Krebsbach ...
Stevie
Jonah Lazarus ...
Raging Specters Band-drums
Carter Lodwick ...
Dapper gentleman
Spencer Lombardo ...
Kid in Turban at party
Grace Madigan ...
Amanda Poplawski
Shane Magwire ...
Taylor
Jane McDonald ...
Dancing Woman Ghost
Sinead McDonald ...
Isabel
Laura McKenzie ...
Dance Hall Mary
Marc Muszynski ...
Zeke
Andrew Newton-Lee ...
Uniformed Cop (as Andrew Newton)
Kevin O'Brien ...
English Teacher
Alex Peterson ...
Alex
Juliet Peterson ...
Commenting English student
Rachel Pospisil ...
Carly
Ethan Ramsay ...
Hal
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Angry Bearded Ghost (as Gary Ramsay)
Jason Ruff ...
Zebulon
Frank Schwerin ...
Monkey Wrench Ghost
Marge Schwerin ...
Dancing Woman Ghost
Nancy Scullion ...
Dancing Woman Ghost
Jake Shadrake ...
Squatchie
Lynda Shadrake ...
Medium Madame Lidnar
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Vladimir
Darren Stephens ...
Cousin Barry
Michelle Thompson-Hay ...
History teacher
Aleks Vasic ...
Earl
Alex Waheed ...
Goose Hair
Eli Weinberg ...
Snarky English student
Brian Wohl ...
Billy

Directed by

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Mike Cramer

Written by

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Mike Cramer ... (writer)

Produced by

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M. Arlene Cramer ... executive producer
Mike Cramer ... executive producer / producer
Francine Ellin ... executive producer
Martin Ellin ... executive producer
Dan Finnen ... producer
Brian Gardner ... executive producer
Anne Larson ... executive producer
Deborah Ruff ... executive producer
Randy Ruff ... executive producer
Tim Thompson ... executive producer

Music by

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David Blamires
Jake Shadrake ... (uncredited)

Cinematography by

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Derek Cox

Film Editing by

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Derek Cox ... (editing supervisor)
Keith Habersberger

Casting By

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Amy Binns-Calvey
Mike Cramer
Dan Finnen
Lynda Shadrake

Set Decoration by

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Eugene Cramer
Deborah Ruff

Costume Design by

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Mike Cramer
Deborah Ruff

Art Department

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Eugene Cramer ... set supervisor
Deborah Ruff ... set supervisor

Sound Department

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Nick Avila ... location sound
Chris Drake ... location sound
Darik Hall ... location sound
Patrick Hilton ... location sound
Carter Lodwick ... location sound
Shane Magwire ... location sound
Jorge Mancilla ... location sound
Andrew Newton ... location sound
Owen O'Malley ... location sound

Other crew

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Nick Avila ... production assistance
Justin Cook ... video publicity
Chris Drake ... production assistance
Harlene Ellin ... script notes
Dan Finnen ... script notes
Darik Hall ... production assistance
Patrick Hilton ... production assistance
Tom Levinson ... script notes
Carter Lodwick ... production assistance
Shane Magwire ... production assistance
Jorge Mancilla ... production assistance
Andrew Newton ... production assistance
Owen O'Malley ... production assistance
Glenn Opalski ... dog wrangler
Deborah Ruff ... bottle washer / commissary: supervisor / kid wrangler
Randy Ruff ... dog wrangler
Lynda Shadrake ... script notes

Thanks

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Jeannie Cone ... thanks to
Jeff Cone ... thanks to
Harlene Ellin ... special thanks to
Ella Gill ... thanks to
LeeAnn Heininger ... thanks to: and Fringe
Bill McGlynn ... special thanks to
Bob Miller ... special thanks to
Amy Renzulli ... special thanks to
Deborah Ruff ... extra special thanks: and humble appreciation to
Randy Ruff ... extra special thanks: and humble appreciation to
D.J. Sartorio ... thanks to
Lisa Sartorio ... thanks to
Alan Schwartz ... thanks to
Lisa Schwartz ... thanks to
Lynda Shadrake ... special thanks to
Gary Stockman ... thanks to
Maura Stockman ... thanks to
David Tarleton ... thanks to

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Plot Summary

Newly-divorced Carol moves with her kids, Amanda (16) and Adam (12), from rural Michigan to a Victorian house near Chicago. As the three begin to adjust to their new surroundings, strange things start happening. Creepy noises. Unexplained messes. Old punk rock albums missing. Suspecting the house is haunted, Adam and Amanda hire a wacky medium and a team of bumbling paranormal investigators to help, then discovers on her own that the house is haunted by the ghost of a 17-year-old punk guitarist named Brian, and his fun-loving band of dead pals. Amanda and Brian form a friendship that soon veers toward romance. When the past collides with the present, how will Amanda solve her future? Written by Mike Cramer

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  • Teenage Ghost Punk (United States)
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  • 99 min
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