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.
Ghosts are always good fodder for getting those who are on the cusp of being horror fans into theaters, and setting a film in Connecticut only helps, since most people find that state to be so harmless. I just wish Gold Circle would get a less generic title...
Just the other day we gave you the first news on a new ghost movie in the works called A Haunting in Connecticut (read the story here). The tale revolves around the supposedly true story of a family forced to move into a small house near their sickly child’s medical treatment facility who are tormented by spirits for their troubles.
Damn Connecticut. As if their super-rich residents and high-priced foofoo salons weren’t enough, now they have to have dark histories and supernatural events. Aren’t they ever satisfied?