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Son of Ghostman

USA 2013
produced by
Gabriel Guyer, Kurt Larson (executive) for Boombam Productions
directed by Kurt Larson
starring Devin Ordoyne, Angela Gulner, Marlon Correa, Matthew Boehm, Kurt Larson, Danel McCann, Sara Tomko, Joe Lorenzo, Vanessa Forster, Spencer Harris, Nicole Larson, Victoria Eiland, Kyle Devero, Megan Matthews, Brittany Park, Kerby Grubb, Jerrod Roberts, Heather Nassief, Adam Fauth, Christina Fauth, Paul Sanbar, Billy Lane, Jim Marsilio, Gabriel Guyer
written by Kurt Larson

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Denny (Devin Ordoyne) is 30 years of age and has very little to show for himself: His career as an artist has led nowhere, his girlfriend Renee (Sara Tomko) has just left him, and his obsession with a certain horror host (who has long retired), the titular Ghostman (Daniel McCann), seems to stand in the way of everything ... especially since his ex has left him for another horror host, Dracool (Kurt Larson), who is a bully and an asshole whom Denny doesn't approve of at all. In his desperation, Denny makes a video posing as the "Son of Ghostman", a seriously uncool piece of work which a teenager, Zack (Matthew Boehm), finds and puts on the web without Denny's approval. But when Denny learns how many hits it got in its first day, he and Zack and Denny's best friend Carlo (Marlon Correa) join forces and make the "Son of Ghostman" into a webshow, banking on Denny's uncool-factor. The show becomes a hit, much to the dismay of Dracool, who has spent years working on his "cool" image and who doesn't take kindly to the new rival. Still, things are going great for Denny ... until he falls in love with Claire (Angela Gulner), Zack's aunt and guardian. And while Claire responds quite positively to his advances, Zack doesn't approve of this one bit so he eventually drops out of the "Son of Ghostman"-series ... but how can Denny run the show without Zack, who was pretty much the show's mastermind? And what about the cease-and-desist order from the real Ghostman regarding copyright infringement? Plus what will Claire think when she finds out what Denny and Zack have worked on all that time? Has Dracool won after all?


Above all else, Son of Ghostman is a charming little romantic comedy that tries and succeeds to avoid the usual genre clichés and tell an original story instead, based on a strong concept, a host of good characters and situations, and a brand of humour that's neither flat nor saccharine nor of the gross-out type. Add to this a subtle directorial effort and a strong ensemble cast, and you've got yourself a pretty good movie.



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