One year after the death the murder of a young woman named Laura, her spitting imagedrives into town. Drew (Candace Cameron Bure) doesn’t know why she has come to this town,or how she got there, or why she has spells where she thinks she is Laura, much to theconsternation of the bereaved parents. Laura’s boyfriend Ted (Casper Van Dien) was blamed forthe murder, and is believed dead himself, but things are not what they seem, and Laura’s spiritwants her murder avenged. Deepl… ordinary stuff.
An okay 2.0 soundtrack, fairly typical of what you get with TV movies. What this means isthat the music has the most attention lavished on it, and does come off sounding pretty good, andhas some nice left-to-right speaker action happening in the opening credits. Its omnipresencemeans limited sound effects. There are also a few instances of voices inappropriately wrappingaround.
A workmanlike transfer, but certainly nothing to crow about. The colours are fine, as are theflesh tones, and the blacks are good, but there is some grain. As well, the picture pulses now andthen, losing focus. The format is, of course, the original fullscreen.
There are plenty of very good ghost stories out on DVD. Watch one of them instead.