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  • Actors: Christopher Saint Booth, Keith Age
  • Directors: Christopher Saint Booth, The Booth Brothers, Philip Adrian Booth
  • Format: NTSC, Widescreen
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Spooked Television Releasing
  • DVD Release Date: July 29, 2011
  • Run Time: 80 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (55 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005C6BGTG
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #212,155 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Fans of the Booth brother's are in for a treat, and luckily they pour their passion into the paranormal genre because Soul Catcher, their latest film, will take you on a wild spiritual ride. Soul Catcher starts out in the Mojave desert where they get into a 1939 German spy plane and fly across the desert to land in the lake beds to look for the medicine wheel, which they do find. The film deals with the haunting of the earth and they pulled EVP's from the ground in several locations. They stopped in El Reno, Oklahoma and filmed the Indian boarding schools that are haunted by the spirits of Indian children and elementals outside, animalistic, the one's with green eyes and growling, shadows 20 feet high, skinwalkers, shapeshifters and the legend of deer women. The Native American interviews will describe the real tragedies which encompass the school house haunting as well as the legends that the Indians believe and the ones that are made up to protect their tribes from other tribes and cowboys. Interesting EVP's from the schools will be played and those EVPs are not in English. --Spooked TV Media

Soul Catcher, Trail of Fears. Once again revolving around children, Native American children, who were taken from their parents and put into 'boarding schools'. Their parents were told they would be taught to read and write...would be educated. However, the children were instead made to 'unlearn' what they had spent their young lives learning. Their heritage, their spiritual ceremonies and even their native language. No telling how many children died and were buried in graves that were either barely marked or unmarked completely. The situation was a perfect storm for paranormal activity. As the hunters who go through the buildings, both actual and similar, EVPs are caught and little spirit children are seen. Paranormal investigator Keith Age, who works with the Booths often is joined by a Native American hunter called Spiritchaser Anita. Many Native American elders were interviewed and virtually all told tales of the schools and the spirits. One particular man was overcome by emotion as he told of how he was taken to the school and had his hair cut by force. Many tribes of Native Americans considered long hair to be a sign of being older and wiser in men. In women, long hair was considered desirable by most members of these tribes. Forcing a tribe member to cut their hair is comparable to taking their identity. As with all of the Booth's previous paranormal docs, history is researched and revealed during recreations on screen.The Booth Brothers are brilliant filmmakers, they  direct/write/produce and edit. They also do the original music for their films available on iTunes --Terra King Las Vegas Film Examiner

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Other Booth Brothers films include, The Haunted Boy, Death Tunnel, DarkPlace, The Possessed, Spooked, The Ghosts of Waverly Hills Sanatorium, Children of the Grave as seen on SyFy and Sony Pictures.

Customer Reviews

I guess somebody liked it.
M. Godawski
Even so... we stuck with this 'film' for quite awhile, highly anticipating some sense of historical background on the subject matter.
Jesse & Kari
Found this not very well executed as in boring & repetitive.
C. Bender

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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By SPOOKEDtv on July 14, 2011
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Fans of the Booth brother's are in for a treat, and luckily they pour their passion into the paranormal genre because Soul Catcher, their latest film, will take you on a wild spiritual ride. Soul Catcher starts out in the Mojave desert where they get into a 1939 German spy plane and fly across the desert to land in the lake beds to look for the medicine wheel, which they do find. The film deals with the haunting of the earth and they pulled EVP's from the ground in several locations. They stopped in El Reno, Oklahoma and filmed the Indian boarding schools that are haunted by the spirits of Indian children and elementals outside, animalistic, the one's with green eyes and growling, shadows 20 feet high, skinwalkers, shapeshifters and the legend of deer women. The Native American interviews will describe the real tragedies which encompass the school house haunting as well as the legends that the Indians believe and the ones that are made up to protect their tribes from other tribes and cowboys. Interesting EVP's from the schools will be played and those EVPs are not in English. The Booth's have tagged this film as their biggest, epic, Supernatural Adventure to date. Other Booth Brothers films include, The Haunted Boy, Death Tunnel, DarkPlace, The Possessed, Spooked, The Ghosts of Waverly Hills Sanatorium, Children of the Grave as seen on SyFy and Sony Pictures. The Haunted Boy, The Secret Diary Of The ExorcistChildren of the GraveThe PossessedSpooked The Ghosts Of Waverly Hills Sanatorium
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By SaintDLee on May 21, 2013
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I am a huge fan of the Booth brothers. And when this was advertised I admit I was eager to see it because I have seen the work these folks have done prior so I believed this one would be awesome. I was wrong. I mean it is good in certain parts but overall I feel ripped off and wish I had not spent the $20 on it (it was in fact originally priced much higher).

It was drawn out in parts - more focused on the background music score (which after the first two times hearing it got old real fast). The flow of the 'documentary' was not concise. They repeat scenes multiple times. Apparently in effort to make the video longer or something. They didn't back up the guest psychic lady's interpretations during the 'investigation'- leaving only her word as to what was going on. The camera operator would not stop zooming in and out (especially during the interview in the 'special features' portion). It was like a child operating it or someone on some serious dope. I was left wanting and felt as if this was made by an understudy of the brothers or something along those lines. Amateurs have done far better films than this one. What happened guys?

I am disappointed in this - where it could have gone it didn't. What it should have exposed wasn't conveyed properly. This had so much more potential to it and instead of opening peoples' eyes to the terrible reality of the subject (like for instance in Children of the Grave) I actually found my eyes closing.

See it for yourself but I cannot say I recommend it. I certainly don't think anyone should pay more than $10.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Trjgirl on February 26, 2014
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There's a real tragedy, something most Americans don't know about, at the heart of this story. Most Native children were kidnapped by the US government, forced into boarding schools where their culture was literally beaten out of them to try to make them culturally white. If you don't believe me, google Kill the Indian, Save the Man.

Many Native children died at these schools from disease and abuse, and many Natives think their spirits are not at rest. in Canada the courts labeled what happened in their schools outright genocide. So what do the Booth brothers do?

They add lots of "spooky" music and throw it all together with bad editing and no storyline. You can't tell what the hell is going on most of the time. A first semester film student, IN HIGH SCHOOL, would do a better job. You or I could probably do better filming with our cell phones.

I really doubt the Booths told these Native interviewees what kind of a film they planned to make. They likely expected a serious documentary exposing real abuse. I'm sure they're sickened over this travesty of a film, and so am I.

The Booths should be ashamed, but I doubt they are. Their whole business model seems to be if you make a good DVD cover, your film can be complete garbage and it will still sell.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By chaoticmuse on June 21, 2014
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The story of the indian boarding school era is terrible and intense all on its own without ghosts. This kind of exploitative film making cheapens tragic historical events that should be treated respectfully. I was already finished with this movie's silliness when they came to the school "that looks exactly like an indian boarding school" and added over the top music drama to show the names of children etched into the stone… regular old school children who attended that regular old school years ago while living happily at home with their families. It was a regular historic school building with no connection to indian boarding schools not a demon filled edifice of pain and suffering for crying out loud. That's when I walked away. Ludicrous and disrespectful.
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