Rated PG-13 · 92 minutes · 2009

Horror, Thriller
Yet another haunted-house movie in which a family chooses to stick around and endure terrors rather than clearing out and doing the motel thing. Virginia Madsen stars as the mother of Matt, a cancer-stricken boy (Kyle Gallner) who must get treatment in a Connecticut hospital. The family rents a home nearby, and it turns out that the place used to be a mortuary where strange séances were conducted. Matt starts seeing strange things at night, but everybody thinks it’s because of his experimental cancer treatment. Then other members of the family start seeing things, and the dumbasses still don’t move out. Director Peter Cornwell films things so that you can see the scares coming from a mile away; in other words, the movie contains no genuine chills. It’s supposedly based on a true story, which means that somebody out there is a bold-faced, stinkin’ liar! I’m sick to death of haunting, possession and exorcism films.
Official Site: www.hauntinginconnecticut.com
Director: Peter Cornwell
Producer: Paul Brooks, Andrew Trapani, Daniel Farrands, Wendy Rhoads, Scott Niemeyer, Norm Waitt and Steve Whitney
Cast: Virginia Madsen, Kyle Gallner, Martin Donovan, Elias Koteas, Amanda Crew, Sophie Knight, Ty Wood and Erik Berg


The Haunting in Connecticut


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