A young family moves into a historic home in Georgia, only to learn they are not the house's only inhabitants. Soon they find themselves in the presence of a secret rising from underground and threatening to bring down anyone in its path.
Chad Michael Murray,
When a single mother and her two young daughters moved into their new home - adjacent to a cemetery - they had no idea they were making the biggest mistake of their lives. The family's "... See full summary »
Steven 'Prozak' Shippy
Steven 'Prozak' Shippy,
Still haunted by his past, Tommy Jarvis - who, as a child, killed Jason Voorhees - wonders if the serial killer is connected to a series of brutal murders occurring in and around the secluded halfway house where he now lives.
The day Karen and Ed Parker move into their dream home, ominous clues of its chilling funeral parlor past greet them: crucifixes on doors, toe tags and coffin keys in the basement. Their 14-year-old son, Paul, claims he sees apparitions and hears voices. Soon, the house is plagued by dark forces that torment the entire family, and it will take a desperate call to Edward and Lorraine Warren-investigators of the Amityville haunting-to offer any hope of relief.Written by
Echo Bridge Home Entertainment
this 2002feature length documentary is one scary offering.i haven't seen the 2009 film version yet,so i can't compare the two,but this documentary was sure well done,in my opinion.in the chills department,it rates almost off the charts.there were a few scenes where my blood ran cold.the narrator(who also does the narration for the F.B.I. Files)has the perfect voice for this kind of program.a word of warning.if you watch this late at night,you may have trouble sleeping,as it's much more terrifying than most horror movies,due to a much higher degree of realism,in terms how it looks and how it's shot.that's just my opinion,of course.for me,A Haunting in Connecticut is a 9/10
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