This film was supposedly built on a game. And as with most films that are game oriented they fell short of the game and of a good film. This is one of those films that it would be better to watch the DVD extras and find out what they where trying to accomplish. Otherwise the story will seem even lamer than it is.
The only thing saving this "movie?" is all the extra goodies on the DVD's. However those goodies can only count for so much. The animation is impressive, maybe not as impressive as advertised but impressive none the less. The characters look like they must have sucked their thumbs as children. Unfortunately the story is not so impressive. It looks like it was contrived just for the graphics.
What was the buzzing in the background? On it was someone's idea of background music that played over and over (sort of cartoonish it's self). I would be more elaborate but there is not too much to elaborate on. A better title would have been "Gag me Gia" or "Ghost Toasties"
In a last ditch effort to save this dog, it has been issued on Blu-Ray. We have already established that it is not the graphics that need improving.