Teenage Ghost Punk will be shown THIS SATURDAY
Jan 08, 2016 01:11PM
● Published by Neighbors Magazines
In the film, a winsome high school cheerleader, her genius little brother and newly divorced mom move into a creaky Victorian house near Chicago, and strange things start to occur: old punk records go missing, raging guitar riffs rattle the night. Scared and bewildered, the girl recruits a bumbling paranormal investigation team and a quirky medium, only to discover on her own that her house is haunted – by the ghost of a teenage punk rocker and his fun-loving spectral pals. When the past and present collide, she must solve her future.
Much of the movie was shot in a 127-year-old Victorian house in an Oak Park, Illinois neighborhood that may well be haunted – by former residents such as Ernest Hemingway and Frank Lloyd Wright.
The film's Director, Mike Cramer, will be on site to talk about the making of the film and answer any questions!