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! Lionsgate announced today that their latest spookfest, “>The Haunting in Connecticut, has been moved up to get a March 27th release instead of late June as originally planned.
Even cooler? Gold Circle Films, the movie’s distributor, already has a sequel in the works. Let’s see how the first one fares first, shall we?
Starring Virginia Madsen, Martin Donovan, Kyle Gallner, and Elias Koteas, The Haunting in Connecticut is based on a true story. The plot synopsis is as follows: “When Sara (Madsen) and Peter (Donovan) Campbell’s son Matt (Gallner) is diagnosed with cancer, they uproot their family to Connecticut for his treatment. As the family settles into their new home, Matt grows increasingly disturbed by paranormal activity that seems to inhabit and possess the house. At a loss to help her frightened family, his mother turns to an enigmatic priest (Koteas) who appears to rid the house of its ghosts–until the boy’s condition takes a sudden and unexplained turn for the worse and their lives are put in grave danger.
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