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Ghost Hunt: Paranormal Encounter at Burlington County Prison (2012)

Not Rated | | Documentary | 2012 (USA)
Is the Burlington County Prison Museum haunted? Do the spirits of executed prisoners continue to roam its halls? The answer will shock you! A group of paranormal enthusiasts entered the ... See full summary »

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Joe Carruolo ... Himself
Chris Deptila ... Himself
Beverly Hannon ... Herself
Andy Julia ... Voice Over
Trish Lescas ... Herself
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Is the Burlington County Prison Museum haunted? Do the spirits of executed prisoners continue to roam its halls? The answer will shock you! A group of paranormal enthusiasts entered the Burlington County Prison, in Mount Holly, New Jersey, to capture photographic, video and audio evidence in hopes of validating eyewitness testimony. Written by Anonymous

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a little more constructive..
21 July 2016 | by See all my reviews

While I agree with irminsulharp review, I'll be a little more constructive. The idea and location for the "film" was a great one, but like most wannabe filmmakers, a lot of important (critical) elements were left on the planning room floor. More than once, the crew tried to make sure their cell phones weren't causing the EMF detector to go off. (see below)

FIRST... you shouldn't ever have cell phones on set. EVER! It disrupts audio, even if put in silent mode. Second.. No regard was given to audio/sound period. Every new filmmaker I've ever met wants the best shots, but as far as sound, they bleat "we'll fix it in post." You can't fix what you haven't recorded properly. Using a Zoom recorder or an onboard camera mic nets you audio that this film produced. All of the dialog sounds like it was recorded with two tin cans and a piece of string. Three.. you don't have to buy or rent costly steadicams. You can make really good, practical steadicams with materials bought from a hardware store (usually under $200.) Sometimes shaky cam shots reveal a tense moment... most often they reveal the operator not having the first clue how to get a shot worth using, and unfortunately what we saw here.

I'd shoot this again... "The return to Burlington Prison" but find some crew who know what they're doing. Most film school students would love the opportunity to jump on these projects for the experience and food.


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