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
If you want to watch a great ghost thriller, than I highly recommend "the Haunting Of Pearson Place" directed by Michael Merino. The film will keep you on the edge of your seat waiting for every next move. The cinematography was superb; they couldn't have found a better place to film it at. All actors did an excellent job and had strong acting abilities. The facial and character expressions by actors Joe Estevez who plays Bob Osberg and Regin Wilson who plays Michael, could not be surpassed. The reaction by Regin Wilson towards actor Mick McGuire will leave you in a state of shock that at moments are amusing. By the end you will be saying to yourself, "two birds, one stone" and walking out of the theater with a smile on your face.
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