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I thought the first half of The Haunted House On Kirby Road was all right, with a couple good laughs and not much (or any) horror at that point. The acting wasn't bad either, not spectacular but not annoying either. And then came the second part. The part that is supposed to be the horror side of the movie. Now, that was pretty lame, if not awful at some point. The acting changed completely from being okay to bad. The horror scenes, if you can call them like that, are very badly done, quite the opposite of the first half of the movie where I thought the cinematography was more than decent. And even if you would like to pass the horror scenes as humor it didn't work at all, it was just bad. The movie ratings dropped at that point. Before the 'horror' I would have rate it a six but now a three is more than fair enough.
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