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The Haunting in Connecticut (2009)
I’ve been wanting to try a different kind of review for a while now and I’ve been toying with how to pull it off. I think I’ve finally decided to call it “Show and Tell.” So let us begin.
Now – can you tell what this movie is about and what happens? If your guess is: Every haunted house cliche in the book, a crab for no real reason, bodies hidden in walls for decades that magically don’t decompose or smell, Virginia Madsen wishing she was in a better movie, an evil shower curtain and “corpse bothering” – well then you win this round.
Just so you know – ectoplasm has been wholeheartedly rejected and discredited by the scientific community and the Discovery Channel “documentary” on this “haunting” was much, much creepier. As Madsen’s character says at the end of the film: “Consider yourself warned.” C