Emily Lou (shown at right) and its writer and star Gabriel Diani (shown below and on poster at top) break no new ground with their film, but if you're in a somewhat forgiving mood, there's a good deal of fun to be found here and a relatively high level of professionalism in everything from the writing to the direction, acting, and the production values. Even mild special effects, such as those used here, have come quite a distance from the days of the old black-and-white B-movies inhabited by A&C.
Barry Bostwick, below, plays the beleaguered priest) to a seance overseen buy a "ghost rights activist," an overly protective mother, budding romance and cutthroat competition within the real estate company that sets off the plot machinations.
Janet Varney (center, left, above) as the prettiest and sleaziest of the brokers, Jonathan Klein (above, left) as our hero's best bud (the Costello role), Nancy Lenehan (above, right) as our hero's mom and especially Etta Devine (center, right, above) as the hapless ghost whisperer.
GoDigital, is available now via all digital platforms, and supposedly also arrives this coming week on DVD, according to Blockbuster, at least -- though I could find it nowhere on Netflix.