Aaron Anderson wants to make a scary movie. He's a driven young filmmaker who sees the horror genre as his path to fame and fortune - and a local legendary haunted house seems like the perfect location. So Aaron gathers three willing friends as his cast and crew, packs his car with cameras and gear, and sets out to make a name for himself. Everyone is prepared and rehearsed to play up the fear and "act scared" so that they are guaranteed to leave the house with their scary movie. But the house has other ideas.Written by
David Van Hooser
Interesting for film students. The writing is actually not bad and could be used for a more well funded movie. A bigger budget ( at least more than the cost of a good used car ) would go more to the cast, and likely the director, than anything else.
Only four people had speaking roles; the two women did well ( although one scene should have been done over ), one of the two males was passable, while the other was quite poor through the entire movie. The worst actor did have his moment to shine towards the end and he almost rose to the task.
The most important thing to take away from a watch of this movie, is that you should always wear safety shoes when mucking about in haunted buildings that have been abandonned for a decade or so. You will see why if you spend some time with this movie. There is just enough there to make you say "Well, that was almost not bad" as the credits roll.
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