Hetty Cuminseed (Anke Engelke) is an expert ghosthunter with a touch of a disposition issue. She gets kicked out of the Central Ghosthunting Institute – whose acronym is clearly a play on the film world’s rendition of CGI yet in spite of her underlying dismissal of the pair, she chooses to come in with them, particularly as the previously stated Ancient Ice Ghost was in charge of her unemployment status.
Of Irish interest, Amy Huberman appears as the assistant at the CGI in a clever cameo, yet that was about at least somewhat shocking a film that won’t panic the most youthful of gathering of people individuals, yet ought to make them pull for the great folks and perhaps warming to the thought of apparitions.
It’s a somewhat redirecting film, plainly made for under-sevens, yet Ghosthunters: On Icy Trails won’t keep Pixar or Disney suits conscious during the evening. It may get itself a spin-off, however.