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Ghost in San Francisco

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Ghost in San Francisco
Directed byHassan Zee
Produced byHassan Zee, Lloyd A. Silverman
Written byHassan Zee & Jeffrey B. Wayne
  • Dave Sheridan
  • Vernon Wells
  • Felissa Rose
  • Kyle Lowder
  • Kevin Caliber
Z Films
Release date
CountrySan Francisco, California, USA

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Ghost in San Francisco is a supernatural thriller film directed by Hassan Zee, starring Kyle Lowder, Felissa Rose, Dave Sheridan, Kevin Caliber, and Vernon Wells.[1].


A soldier comes home from Afghanistan to discover that his wife is having an affair with his best friend. While battling with his inner ghosts and demons, he meets a mysterious woman in San Francisco who promises him a ritual for his cure [2]

Cast (rumored)[edit]

Kyle Lowder as Luke: An American soldier returning home after two years captivity in Afghanistan. He is haunted by his experiences both figuratively and literally as he’s being followed by a ghostly being. He only longs to rejoin his wife and family but finds that circumstances have drastically changed when he walks in on his wife with his best friend.

Felissa Rose as Zelda: Zelda is a driven and seductive woman who will use whatever tools available to her to achieve her goals. She leads the Cult of Moloch with her equally driven partner, Isaiah.

Dave Sheridan as Isaiah, Zelda’s partner, fellow cultist, and enforcer.

Kevin Caliber as Donald Luke’s best friend and neighbor. Donald draws Luke’s wife Sarah into an abusive relationship when she believes Luke to be dead and loneliness overtakes her.

Vernon Wells as Daniel Luke’s father. He’s an ex pastor and current alcoholic who as always been at odds with his son.

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