Begins with a very precocious nine year old "Roxy" (Aria Wallace) arriving at her new home with best friend Max ( Demetrius Joyette). They meet the neighborhood locals, who have strong Canadian accents, in spite of the fact they are now "in New Jersey". and then there is the "wayne gretzky" reference (another Canadian), right at the beginning. This one goes like a Disney family film, but the distributor was actually Nickelodeon, so same deal. Roxy is sure their new house is haunted, so she goes about investigating, with her playmate Max. The odd, fast, stop-motion was quite strange, about 20 minutes in... if you have a story, just show it at regular speed. Not sure what they were trying to say by showing it at high speed stop motion. It's all quite plain, simple, almost inane, but the young'uns will enjoy it. Clearly made for a younger crowd. Nothing too complicated. Director Eleanor Linda has done almost exclusively TV series and TV movies. Even the Roxy Hunter, kid detective series was all done for TV. Not bad. Pretty good, but clearly made for the kiddies. Enjoy it for what it is. Also available on DVD.