Teenage Ghost Punk Hits the Sound Waves Today
Midnight Releasing Debuts Musical Ghost Story
Available Everywhere in North America on Digital HD & Cable VOD
Midnight Releasing has announced today’s Digital HD, Cable VOD and MOD debut of Teenage Ghost Punk. Writer-director Mike Cramer blends the traditional haunted house narrative with the universal themes of young love and teen angst, adding a healthy serving of rock and roll. Teenage Ghost Punk is now available to rent or own on iTunes, Amazon Instant, Google Play, Vudu, XBox, FlixFling, DirecTV, Comcast, FiOS, AT&T and more.
Adria Dawn (TV’s “Popular”) costars with an exciting young cast of newcomers: Grace Madigan, Jack Cramer, Noah Kitsos in a family-friendly ghost tale. Teenage Ghost Punk has screened at the Chicago International Movies and Music Festival, the Spooky International Horror Film Festival and the Geneva Film Festival, where Mike Cramer took home the award for Emerging Narrative Feature Filmmaker.
Life changes for a cheerleader named Amanda when her family moves to an old Victorian house outside Chicago. While her newly-divorced mom struggles with a new job and her eccentric little brother seems to fit in effortlessly, Amanda tries to find her way in her daunting new high school. Meanwhile, weird things happen in the new house: Knocking sounds, strange guitar riffs in the rain, and unexplained messes. A quirky medium and a bumbling paranormal investigation team search for answers but are scared away an unseen force.
Amanda discovers that her house is haunted by Brian, the teenage punk rock ghost who has been jamming on her roof during rainstorms for thirty years. He enjoys spirited poker nights with a local quintet of teen ghosts from different eras. Amanda and Brian forge an unlikely friendship and feelings deepen, but tension arises when Amanda asks him to the homecoming dance. When uninvited guests arrive at Amanda’s Halloween party, paranormal investigators clash with Chicago’s most badass spirit, and the neighborhood’s past collides with its present. How will Amanda solve her future?