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The Haunting of Pearson Place (2014)

Not Rated | | Horror, Thriller | 30 October 2014 (USA)
A yuppie couple (in their mid thirties) buy a vacant house in the country in order to convert it to a bed and breakfast. The House, has other plans.




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Cast overview, first billed only:
Bob Osberg
The Founder
Julie Price ...
Mick McGuire ...
Jim Shoemaker
Nurse Pearson
Paul Bugelski ...
Dr. Nichols
Ethan Cooper ...
Pvt. Hazelwood
Casey Wallace ...
Dr. Tuninn
Matt Gulbranson ...
Dr. Brasso (as Matt J. Gulbranson)
Captain Pearson
Kelley Slagle ...
Carol Cook


THE HAUNTING of PEARSON PLACE, In hopes of rebuilding their once-storybook marriage, Gwen and Steven (a young, attractive and successful couple) purchase a vacant Victorian house in a small town, intent on rebuilding the once beautiful house along with their marriage. The house at Pearson Place was once used as a hospice for returning soldiers from World War I. The now long-dead veterans were expecting kindness upon arrival at Pearson Place only to find that the war was Heaven compared to the house which is truly Hell. Our modern day couple intend to use the house as a B&B but - Pearson Place and its previous tenants have their own ideas. Written by Michael Merino

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The Dead Never Leave


Horror | Thriller


Not Rated




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$450,000 (estimated)
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1.78 : 1
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Low budget but punches above its weight
5 October 2011 | by See all my reviews

For someone who's not a horror fan, I still found this film to be entertaining. It certainly punches way above its weight for a film made with a very, very modest budget. To that end, the technical aspects of the film from start to finish – the lighting, set design, sound, effects, film quality, etc. – are all very "normal" in light of much bigger budget flicks. Despite some difficult plot holes and twists, there are some smart elements in the story that probably could have been exploited a bit more and the set almost functions as its own character as should be the case with a horror film (or, perhaps, a not-so-gory thriller). A few good gotcha moments and a few memorable lines and laughs. Decent acting with a script that's a bit choppy and kudos to Ken Arnold as a solid central player.

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