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There's nothing we like more than a good old fashioned haunted house movie. No matter how you slice it, the prospect of the dead, even the semi-harmless dead, sticking around after becoming worm chow six feet under is still a pretty scary premise.
Now via Reydon Shores Entertainment a new kind of ghost is ready to move into the small screen of your television as principal photography on the new "in the vein of The Amityville Horror" horror show "The Haunted" has begun.
From the Press Release
Reydon Shores Entertainment, a leading producer of original entertainment, announced today that it has commenced principal photography on TV pilot "The Haunted," a riveting new horror in the vein of Dimension Films' "The Amityville Horror" and DreamWorks/Paramount Pictures' "Paranormal Activity," on location in and around Los Angeles.
- Uncle Creepy
Reydon Shores Entertainment announced today that it has commenced principal photography on TV pilot The Haunted , a new horror project described as being "in the vein of Dimension Films' The Amityville Horror and DreamWorks/Paramount Pictures' Paranormal Activity ," on location in and around Los Angeles. (To be fair, I think a reference to the original "The Amityville Horror" would have been better.) The show stars newcomers Khol Vaughn-Michael Bladen, Ann Nguyen and Michael John Feig. Sandra and her boyfriend John have finally moved in together, but little did they know, their new home was the site of a gruesome murder-suicide decades earlier. Sandra begins losing touch with reality when she starts witnessing apparitions of the murders in front of her »
2 items from 2010
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