What would you do to bring someone back?

A guilt-ridden young man, tasked with raising his younger brother after the death of their parents, plunges himself into the murky science of the supernatural and invents a machine intended to be a conduit to the other side. He eventually reaches an unintended level of success that not only threatens his safety, but also of those around him. He quickly learns that the supernatural isn’t all that super and human nature can even be worse.

“Perhaps the film’s greatest strength is in its portrayal of what ordinary people might do under inexplicable circumstances (helped tremendously by excellent lead performances by Andreev and Feeney), and its heartbreaking observation that sometimes getting what we most want may be the worst thing that can happen to us. Ghost from the Machine is one of the best films I’ve seen this year, and is the best filmmaking debut I’ve seen in quite some time.”

–  Jason Coffman – Film Monthly