The Smurl family move into their new home on Chase Street only to find that it is plagued with three spirits and a demon. The demon wants to destroy their family and they are constantly desperate until they find the Warren family to get rid of them.Written by
Khelben Arunsun Blackstaff <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Ed and Lorraine Warren also investigated the Amityville house and the Perron's house from the "Conjuring". See more »
At the end when Janet is in the kitchen and thinks she hears her mother-in-law calling her name, she goes to the doorway and her sweater is not tucked in. When she turns around for the next full body shot her sweater is tucked in. See more »
You better pray for me tonight hon'. Cause that is the only thing that is gonna keep me from killing somebody.
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Some scenes of "The Haunted" were cut off the video version, but the scenes were included when the movie first aired on television:
a scene where Jack and his father are watching football on television, right after the family moved in, and the television explodes;
a scene where Kate, as a little girl, tells Janet, at breakfast, that she saw "people floating in her room" last night. Janet doesn't give any attention to her;
a scene where Janet finds a strange stain in the new carpet she bought for the living room.
Fairly good acting with well done special effects and a very good story. The story is about 3 (spirits/ghosts) and 1 demon trying to break up a family. The story claims to be fact based except for a few time frames. You need to see the end of the movie and read the follow up notes to understand what happens where the film leaves off. If you where expecting the Poltergeist you will not find anything quite that intense, but fact is stranger than fiction, and this is based on fact. You may have trouble sleeping after seeing this one.
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