I've been following this series since episode 1, and it's very impressive. It captures the essence of the standard "ghosthunter" programs, while throwing in an excellent mix of comedy. But, the paranormal portion isn't the real *meat* of the show. It's the behind-the-scenes banter/bickering which truly raises this to a high plateau.
The primary characters, Brandon and Father Adams, are paranormal investigators, checking on reports of incidents ranging from demonic possession to big-foot sightings. Brandon (played by Brandon Guiles) is the high-strung co-star of the show, while his assistant Father Adams (played by Bruce Falcon) is the level-headed co-star. As they conduct their queries and on-the-spot research, it almost reminds me of the old Abbott and Costello Universal "...Meets the..." monster films. Quite often, one is consistently aware of something (much like Lou Costello), while the other is the skeptic (much like Bud Abbott). Throw in a nice mix of their personal lives, as well as the other members of their (in-show) film crew, and you've got comic gold.
One piece of advice I'd give to new viewers. Try to watch in order from episode 1. Though each episode is it's own self-contained story, there are little jabs and references which you'll appreciate more by knowing what's transpired before.
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