Friday, August 18, 2017

ENTERTAINMENT: #ShortFilm (Sci-Fi) The Spirit Machine - Timothy Plain

A Sci-Fi Short Film: "The Spirit Machine" - by Timothy Plain

Published on Aug 18, 2017
Watch this terrific sci-fi short film called "The Spirit Machine" as we join in on an early 20th Century seance where the spirit machine is being tested. Unfortunately, things don't go as planned and the spirit device proves to have powers beyond anyone's imagination! Written and directed by Timothy Plain. For more information, please see the details and links below:


In October 1920, Thomas Edison shared with The Scientific American that he was working on a machine that could communicate with the dead. The machine was never found, and some people thought it was a hoax.

Cut to the present day.

We introduce Randy, a crazed, dorky dude whose wife died six years ago and his teenage daughter, Jane, who never got over it. Her mom was the woman she looked up to. Dad, on the other hand, is a real dweeb. Their father/daughter relationship has been strained almost to the breaking point, but Randy keeps trying. Despite his best efforts, Jane still sees him as a real dud with bad fashion sense, a stupid job, and he doesn't even pretend to get her. She misses mom.

It's a Hollywood popcorn movie with heart.

Our antique hunting duo thinks they've found the machine hidden underneath an old property, but getting to it won't be easy. Like the temple in “Raiders of the Lost Ark” or the tunnels in “Goonies,” traps have been built to protect to prevent our heroes from reaching the machine. And along the way, Randy and Jane's relationship will be redefined. The film builds up to a climatic finish as Randy and Jane learn the true power of the Spirit Machine.

 "The Spirit Machine" - by Timothy Plain

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