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Haunted House (2004)

Two filmmakers enlist four college students to partcipate in exploring a haunted house, while being filmed. The Filmmaker's plan goes awry when a malevolent ghost is awakend from an ancient slumber.

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Credited cast:
Carl Williams ... Frat Guy #1 / Stranger
Ryan Rampulla ... Greg
Leah Paige ... Erin
Sydney Kelner ... Amber
Dillon Jacobs ... Carl
Anthony Cran ... Danny
Paul Meyer ... Mark
Marcus Carlson ... Stan
... Jerry
... Frat Guy #2
Edwin Johnson ... Frat Guy #3
Miles Bleek Basurto ... Frat Guy #4 (as Malik Lee)
Brandon Bell ... Frat Guy #5
Robert Belcastro ... Man in House / Sheriff
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William Carl ... Mysterious Stranger
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Two filmmakers enlist four college students to partcipate in exploring a haunted house, while being filmed. The Filmmaker's plan goes awry when a malevolent ghost is awakend from an ancient slumber.

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Some things are better left alone.

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Horror

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Rated R for language and some nudity | See all certifications »

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21 December 2004 (USA)  »

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Production Quality is Soooo Bad
15 January 2005 | by See all my reviews

If you're reading this review, you were probably like me and saw an eye-catching DVD Box at your video rental store and thought it would be worth a shot. Well, the box cover of Asylum Entertainment's 'Haunted House' is the only promising part of the next 90 minutes of poor quality production you are about to witness.

This is not the first time Asylum Entertainment's box covers have caught my eye... indeed. last week, I rented 'Lady in a Box' and another movie I can;'t remember the name of. What I learned in this week is NEVER rent another movie with Asylum Entertainment in the lower back right corner.

The production quality is so horrifying, especially to view as a video production student. The camera-work, shot on prosumer digital video, is choppy and unmotivated. The lighting looks like it was shot in some studio out in California. The characters are worse than any soap opera I've seen on daytime television.

Don't waste your time...and don't encourage video rental stores like Hollywood and Blockbuster to put this crap on the shelves.


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