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"A Haunting at Silver Falls" failed to deliver on so many levels. And for a ghost movie it was anything but scary and below mediocrity.
There were absolutely no scare moments in the movie, and there wasn't anything scary or even remotely horror to this. And suffering from a poor storyline and a failure to scare, concentrating on the movie started to become a struggle, and it was hard not to pick up my phone and start doing something else.
The story is about Jordan (played by Alix Elizabeth Gitter) who comes to a small town, where she finds a ring somewhere in the forest, and of course she puts it on. The ring is linked to the dark past of an event that took place in the town, and Jordan starts to see the apparition of a dead girl, while coming closer and closer to the truth.
I will say that the story did have some parts that could have been great, but ultimately failed to do so. I think it was because the movie was predictable and because of the complete lack of scares, that the movie failed to entertain me.
As for the actors and actresses in the movie, well I will say that they actually did good jobs with the roles they were given. But they were fighting an uphill battle against a predictable storyline and a very mediocre chain of events throughout the entire movie.
If you are looking for a good ghost movie to make the small hairs on the back of your neck stand up, you had better look elsewhere, because this movie will fail to do the trick.
And to top it off, the movie starts out with "inspired by true events". Right, well at least the dead twin apparitions was not the source of inspiration. On the plus side, then the movie at least wasn't one of those God awful "found footage" type of movies.
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