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The Haunting Of Whaley House 2012

TV-MA
2.5 out of 5 stars (40) IMDb 3.9/10

When a tour guide breaks into America's Most Haunted House, a bit of amateur ghost hunting with friends turns into more than they could have ever imagined.

Starring:
Alex Arleo, Arielle Brachfeld
Runtime:
1 hour, 29 minutes

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Genres Horror
Director Jose Prendes
Starring Alex Arleo, Arielle Brachfeld
Supporting actors Graham Denman, Stephanie Greco, Carolina Groppa, Lynn Lowry, Howard McNair, Jason Owsley, Jon Briddell, Leigh Davis, Jon Kondelik, Maria Olsen, Shawn C. Phillips, Abigail Digna Prendes, Jeff Pride, Donne Lawson, Mindy Robinson, Ralph William Tarr, Alfred Rubin Thompson, Robert Younis
Studio Lantern Lane Entertainment LTD.
MPAA rating TV-MA
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By Coffee Addicted Writer (Billy) TOP 1000 REVIEWER on August 13, 2012
Format: DVD
For the past four months, Penny Abbott (played by Stephanie Greco) has been working as a tour guide at The Whaley House, where Anna and three other members of the Whaley family died during the 1800s. Penny is a skeptic and doesn't believe in the ghostly encounters that tourists claim to see there, even when a new tourist has to be hospitalized after claiming that she saw ghosts.

Penny is close with Bethany Romero (played by Lynn Lowry), who has been running the museum for over thirty years. She gives Penny three rules of the Whaley House that you should never break.

Don't Call the Ghosts Out
Don't Damage the House
Don't Ever Go Inside the House at Night

After Penny tells her boyfriend Jake and their three friends, Vanessa, Craig, and Giselle about the incident with the tourist, they persuade Penny to go with them to the house that night to see if there are any real ghosts. She agrees and lets them inside the house, along with Ray, who has all the paranormal gadgets and gizmos, and the famous psychic, Keith Drummond.

As they attempt to investigate, Vanessa flips out just like the tourist did and an accident occurs. What they don't know is that Anna Whaley's spirit doesn't like unwanted guests at night and one by one she'll claim all of their souls.

The ASYLUM Home Entertainment was nice enough to send me a free DVD in exchange for this review. The Haunting of Whaley House is similar to The ASYLUM's other recent release 100th Street Haunting (The Ghost of Richard Speck), as both plots are based on actual haunted locations.
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While flipping the new and recent releases, I saw this movie, watched the trailer and thought "I HAVE to see this". Wrong! The premise is pretty straight forward: a young woman (who doesn't believe in ghosts) works at a haunted house as a tour guide. She's given 3 simple rules for the house, on of which is "Never go inside at night". Stemming from the peer pressure, she allows them into the house at night.

Now I'm not looking for a whole lot originality or top notch acting but this movie left a lot to be desired. There are 3 main females, all of which look too old for the role they're playing. It doesn't help either when the movie is in HD and the camera is directly in their face. Acting wise, the worst offender of this was this black guy (can't remember his name) they called in as a ghost specialist of sorts. His persona and voice irritated me immediately. Then there is a scene where he begins to go off on a rant and I didn't know whether to laugh or just cut the movie off. Beyond that, I didn't get any suspense from the movie and it almost felt like the trailer and movie were from two different cuts.
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This movie could have been decent if they played more into the history of the Whaley House and maybe found a few decent actors (and oh yeah, a plot). What we have here is what looks like a hundred other movies. So many cliches, the 'vortex', the mysterious clairvoyant, the youngster Scooby-doo investigators, the list goes on. I was shopping online the last half hour because I rarely turn off a movie without seeing the end, but this is a waste of time.
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The Haunting of Whaley House (Jose Prendes, 2012)

The Haunting of Whaley House (and sing this with me if you know the words, kids--you probably should by now) is one of those movies that starts out very unsure of the kind of movie it's trying to be. Unlike most of them, though, that seem to settle into some sort of groove after a while, this one makes every possible wrong choice and comes up with a plotless excuse for (terrible) special effects that I can't quite believe someone was desperate enough for money to release.

The movie starts off looking like it's going to be a comedy. Spoiler alert: the biggest mistake made during the making of this film was abandoning the comedy angle and going for a straight horror film, because the opening scenes of this movie--while still well below average--are its best. As soon as it tries to go serious-horror, it fails, and fails miserably; there is not a single original idea to be found here, the special effects are ghastly, the acting is awful, etc. I could write a thousand words about how bad this movie is, but I can show you in a single sentence: Jose Prendes' next job was writing Hansel & Gretel, the Asylum mockbuster aimed at the Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters crowd. What more do you need to know? *
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By Courtney on December 30, 2012
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As many others have said, this is a commendable film considering how low budget it is. I've seen far worse acting in other similar indie films. While the plot and dialogue leave a lot to be desired, this little film certainly has its redeeming moments; it even elicited a few laughs.
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I probably wouldn't watch this again, the acting was typical asylum movie acting (they made sharknado).
Penny is a tour guide at the Whaley house, and her friends ask if she can get them into it after hours. She agrees after a bit of convincing, and they bring along a psychic, who is pretty annoying from what i remember.
It's not a very good movie, but if you want something to watch that feels like a syfy horror movie then i guess this would work?. For me it was pretty boring, and i hardly remember it. Some of the haunting scenes were pretty decent though with new ways to "scare" people.
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