A Haunting in Connecticut 2: Ghosts of Georgia
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Shortly after moving into their ideal new home, a couple grows concerned when their young daughter begins encountering mysterious strangers that no one else can see. The couple's greatest fear is realized when they themselves begin to witness terrifying phenomena in and around the house, providing clues that could unlock a chilling mystery that has remained a closely guarded secret for generations.
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I am a big fan of ghost stories and the paranormal in books and movies. So I appreciate anything that has good writing with good acting and photography, and this is better than average. All the characters are well rounded people you like. Mom is uptight and in denial about her abilities, dad is confused but accepting, auntie is a free spirit and the daughter is learning to deal with it all. They are in a situation where their abilities attract things that have to be faced.
I am very happy with this addition to my movie collection, and I look forward to the industry using other "true stories" of the paranormal in this way. Anyone who enjoys being spooked will like this movie!
Well let me tell you this movie has sooo much more than the documentary and I don't understand why the certain things the movie showed was not shown or mentioned in the documentary! So I said to myself this movie is in another class by itself and said this isn't the documentary and so rate this for what it is.
The only thing I didn't like is the title, it is awful! People this movie doesn't have ANYTHING to do with "A Haunting in Connecticut". Nowhere near it and it get a bonus from me because it had actress Cicely Tyson a damned great actress that play in all those slave movies. For people that like that actress and like slave history this movie is for you. I recommend you check it out right away.
Oh by the way for those that doesn't know Cicely Tyson she played Miss Jane pittman the first black lady to ever drink from the water fountain.
Another film supposedly based on a "true story" leaves much to be desired - especially for horror film buffs. However the effects are quite decent but alas predictable in the very real sense that there's nothing here we either don't see coming or haven't seen before.
Abigail Spencer and Chad Michael Murray do their best with the convoluted script and fractured dialogue. Young child actress Emily Lind at only four years of age actually turns in one of the more compelling performances. Director Tom Elkins creates a dismal and spooky enough atmosphere but again the story line is fractured - and even the best of the scares are unfortunately forgettable.
One shinning jewel is seeing the great Cicely Tyson who does indeed turn in albeit brief an excellent performance and perhaps for these positive points alone the movie is well worth seeing. However I recommend waiting to see it for free - which should be any time now.