Ghost story puppet show benefits kids' charity


9 Responses to “Ghost story puppet show benefits kids' charity”

  1. Anonymous says:

    This reminds me of the first half of “Being John Malkovich”

  2. technogeek says:

    If it’s as good live as in the video (which has the advantages of closeups and framing), and if they can sustain it through the whole story…


  3. AetherWeaver says:

    Looks very good… all that is missing from the trailer and the site is a schedule of appearances!

  4. facetedjewel says:

    Simply awesome. It’s so good in fact I’m again wondering at how much longer the film industry is going to want to employ live actors to tell stories. Animation especially is closing the gap between life-like and live.

  5. Nadreck says:

    Hmm, puppet experience, movie experience: maybe they could do the sequel to “Team America”!

  6. Anonymous says:

    Okay, I’m hooked. Where and when is this playing?

  7. Anonymous says:

    Any idea of the when’s and where’s of it? The website is lacking a schedule. I would love to see this show!

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