Haunting in Connecticut
Got a chance to sit down with the director of The Haunting in Connecticut, Peter Cornwell, today to get the skinny on the movie and uncovered some juicy things about the film's rating and eventual home video release.
How would you like to see Lionsgate's The Haunting in Connecticut two days early for FREE? At that price who could resist?
Move over, Psycho! There's another film in town that looks like it might challenge your ability to keep people out of the bathtub.
We're getting closer, kids! Lionsgate's The Haunting in Connecticut is just around the corner, and a new spooky clip has just surfaced that begs the question, "Why do bad things happen to good people?"
If you’re a regular visitor to Dread Central, you know that we love horror more than just about anything else in this world, the reason being that at the end of the day, it’s fun. It’s like that roller coaster feeling, man. You can be 100% terrified and 100% safe all at the same time. One upcoming flick that looks particularly terrifying is Lionsgate’s The Haunting in Connecticut.
As we get closer to its release date of March 27, 2009, all sorts of evil goodness has been hitting the Net for Lionsate's new flick, The Haunting in Connecticut. The latest -- a ghoulish spectre laden little clip!
As a sucker for ghost stories the release date of March 27, 2009 for The Haunting in Connecticut cannot get here soon enough. To further whet our paranormal whistles a new TV spot has slithered online.
"I've been slimed!" Ever since those words were uttered in Ghostbusters, the public by and large became very familiar with all things ecto-plasmic. We've also come to realize that ecto-plasm makes everything better ... Including movie posters.
Ghost stories have long been a staple of our genre, and the latest one to hit the big screen will be Lionsgate's The Haunting in Connecticut. Three TV spots for the film have hit online, and of course we're here to point you in the right direction.
Apparently the new poster released by Lionsgate for the upcoming The Haunting in Connecticut, which you can see to your right, stirred up quite a bit of conversation and controversy with regard to the paranormal phenomenon known as ectoplasm.
The kind folks over at Lionsgate just dumped a slew of info in our laps with regard to The Haunting in Connecticut. To your right you can see the new official poster, and below are some stills.
Sometimes things get put off forever. Such is the case with many movies that never see the light of day. Thankfully, every now and again things hit the fast track and there's cause to rejoice!
There's no doubt, fact can be far more startling than fiction, and who doesn't love it when said fact is manipulated by Hollywood and turned into a big screen haunted house spooker?!?
Yesterday we got the first look at Peter Cornwell's "true" ghost tale The Haunting in Connecticut. But, I just wasn't happy with MTV's trailer, so I got us our own!
A movie that compares itself to The Exorcist and The Exorcism of Emily Rose has some pretty big shoes to fill, but from all indications The Haunting in Connecticut seems poised to do just that.