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A Haunting at the Rectory (2015)

Not Rated | | Horror | 8 June 2015 (UK)
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... Marianne
... Lionel
Sarah-Louise Tyler ... The Woman
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Based on chilling real life events, this story charts one couple's terrifying real life encounter with the dark forces of the supernatural. In 1930, Reverend Lionel Foyster and his wife Marianne move into the Borley Rectory when Reverend Foyster is named rector of the parish. The couple's peaceful existence is soon shattered by a series of unexplained occurrences which quickly escalate into a heart stopping nightmare. Now Reverend Foyster and Marianne must discover the deadly secrets of the Rectory to avoid becoming another tragic footnote in the dark history of The Most Haunted House In England. Written by North Bank Entertainment

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Dare you enter the most haunted house in England?

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American Poltergeist 5 - The Borely Haunting  »

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The affair between Marianne Foyster and lodger Frank Peerless, which is the backbone of the film's story, has been documented in the diary of Lionel Foyster, Marianne Foyster's autobiography as well as various other interviews conducted by journalists and authors during the 1950s. The story depicted in this film is a mostly accurate portrayal of the Foysters' stay at Borley Rectory, sticking closely to the documented accounts given by Lionel and Marianne. However the conclusion of the film is entirely fictional. See more »

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No, no, no. Back to film school fro you producer/director
5 September 2017 | by See all my reviews

First of all, this is nowhere near a 'horror', it's not even a reasonable ghost story. Neither is it a reasonable thriller or suspense movie, nor a drama worth any weight at all.

Just because a film is low budget doesn't mean the fundamentals of film making should be abandoned.

If a film is being presented as a certain time period make sure it looks the part. In other words, camouflage modern fitments for starters, even if it means using a bit of painted cardboard!! Modern light switches slap bank in the middle of the frame.

Next is don't shoot your own equipment! In several scenes attention to framing is non-existent. For example a massive light rig in the garden during a night scene.

Shaky shake works SOMETIMES. Hand-held effects can bring drama to a scene when used appropriately. In this movie it is used far too much when the emphasis should be on the characters and becomes annoying and distracting (someone MUST have watched this before finalising the shoot).

Learn to direct. So many many times in this movie the actors appeared to be left hanging wondering what to do next. Long pauses that made actors look like they had lost the plot became another annoyance.

As with directing - learn to edit! Many of the annoyances because of the lack of direction could have been addressed in editing. Conversations between characters were often slow and laboured - totally artificial.

Make sure your story reflects what you claim. The marketing for this film is as a horror. As in my opening comment, it isn't - nowhere near.

Having said that, if the technical problems with the film had been addressed and the actors given direction and the opportunity to rehearse more this could have been an interesting movie to watch.

The production team had the equipment, but the lack of attention to detail has yet again let down what could have been a decent film.


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