Evidence of a Haunting NR CC

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A group of paranormal researchers enter the realm of the son of Satan while investigating the underground tunnels beneath a college.

Starring:
Jessica D. Fulling, Renee Wiggins
Runtime:
1 hour 22 minutes

Evidence of a Haunting

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Product Details

Genres Fantasy, Drama, Horror
Director Joey Evans
Starring Jessica D. Fulling, Renee Wiggins
Supporting actors Scott Evans, Christopher Cassarino, Robert M. Alford, Korin Medina, Audrey Elizabeth Evans, Larry Jack Dotson, Brooke Cary, Chris Daly, Jonathan Hoop, Chere Mauldin, Patton Maynard, Audrey Wiggins, Bailey Wiggins
Studio Maxim Media International
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 7-day viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

Bad acting and horrible story line.
Varsity06
The ending was very poorly thought out, it was not a complete, its as if they ran out of time and just threw something together to make an ending for the movie.
Bathory187
I've seen a LOT of micro-budgeted, indie horror films.
Thomas M. Sipos

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Ryan on April 20, 2013
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Lead actress is the worst actress I've ever seen in my life. No hyperbole.

Poor lighting the whole way. Pitch black settings with an out of focus camera and loud blaring noises which are supposed to be scares. Just like I've never seen an actress that bad I've never seen lighting this poor.

No three act formula and no running plotline. The tagline about them investigating the son of Satan is a straight up lie and never in the movie at all in any capacity. They just hit up a few houses with generic ghost story backgrounds and meander around pretending to be scared of blaring loud noises added in post production. In between they hang out and sports bars and drink to give us worthless character development. The ending is especially laughable in more ways than one. Abrupt, silly, makes no sense.

Honestly this felt like the final project to a community college course on filmmaking with random shoot locations in the middle of the night starring unpaid actors with no experience and a talentless filmmaker behind the lens. Joey Evans, the writer/director, should prepare himself for gay-for-pay if he expects to make ends meet struggling through Hollywood before his inevitable fate of living in mom's basement at 40 and working checkout at Target.

SAVE YOURSELF BECAUSE YOU WILL FEEL CHEATED OUT OF YOUR $2 IF YOU PAY FOR THIS.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 13, 2013
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The only thing that would have improved this meandering rubbish is if everyone would have died. The attempts at acting are only underplayed by the attempts at creating a coherent plot. The dialogue... good gods... what can be said about the dialogue that would in any way relay the creeping horror of the reality? Ugh.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Janay3md on July 14, 2013
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There are some excellent low budget films out there, but this is not one of them. Remarketed as a comedy, it would likely garner better ratings because the acting is that bad. It plays out like an application video of a rejected film school applicant. Don't waste your time.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By jeannnine favretto on March 1, 2014
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this movie was terrible quality, it looked like a college student film project at best. the acting was poor at best. I couldn't make it through the whole thing.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Ms KAM on March 5, 2013
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The film makers really should stop watching reality TV and actually go to film school to learn how to make movies.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Cody J on December 15, 2013
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I'm not sure really how to score this. As a horror movie, it's pretty terrible and would probably get 1 star. However, as a laughably bad parody of the crummy show, "Paranormal State", it is bar none. I giggled like an idiot through the wooden dialog and overall cheapness of the movie, particularly because they mirror the aforementioned show to perfection.

I don't think I enjoyed this for the reason the film-makers intended. Too bad. 5 stars for them, whether they like it or not.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Thomas M. Sipos VINE VOICE on June 3, 2014
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Fictitious horror films about "true-life TV ghosthunters" is a growing subgenre, the best of which remains Spirit Stalkers, partially because its story differs from the usual template.

EVIDENCE OF A HAUNTING follows the usual template. A team of TV or documentary ghosthunters stumble onto the real thing.

This is a micro-budget film -- on IMDb the producers claim a budget of $25,000 -- but that's no excuse for this amateurish production. The much superior Spirit Stalkers only cost $10,000, and the somewhat superior The Feed cost $15,000. Proving that more money does NOT always mean more quality.

EVIDENCE OF A HAUNTING struggles to find a story. While you have the usual team of documentary ghosthunters investigating the supernatural, most films in this subgenre focus on a specific haunting, or even on the human drama behind the show (e.g. Spirit Stalkers). By contrast, EVIDENCE OF A HAUNTING has no story. Its ghosthunters meander aimlessly from haunting to haunting.

The supernatural incidences are poorly written, ineptly staged, performed by a cast of amateur wannabe-actors.

The team includes a psychic, a Wiccan priestess, and a priest (apparently a Catholic), among other ghosthunters, each bringing their own expertise to events. Early in the film, the team investigates a little girl who is apparently demon-possessed.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Bill H on October 8, 2014
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Awful. The only reason I got to the end of this disaster is because it was a background movie. When it was over, I scraped it off the bottom of my shoe. Amazon Prime customers deserve better than this. I'm actually considering going back and raising all of the movies I've previously given 1 star to 2 stars. Evidence of Crap stands alone as a foul stink in the nostrils of humanity. It's rotten on every level- acting, writing, directing, photography. I'm often lenient with bad movies, if I see a spark of talent somewhere. No spark in this festering sore. Everyone associated with this thing are talentless hacks that have no future in any career that requires talent.

What really kills this movie is that it completely lacks heart. It's soulless. Bland like a rice cake. Why spend my time reviewing this turd. Two reasons: First, I have a moral obligation to save others from watching crap like this; and 2) Perhaps one of the talentless hacks involved in this thing will read my review (and the 25 other 1 stars) and realize, "Hey, I should make no more movies for I am a talentless hack that offends the senses so I had better stop taking movies fans for granted and go find a job that requires no talent." ....sad to say that even an assistant manager at McDonalds requires some sort of talent.

The only redeeming quality that this movie may have is that at some point in the future it may be perfect for a show like MST3000.
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