Haunting In Connecticut

Haunting in Connecticut

I don't like slasher films with all the blood and guts. Give me a good ghost story anytime. If you like a good old fashioned Ghost story then Haunting in Connecticut is a must see for you. This movie had me jumping and screaming through the entire movie. Perhaps it is because Haunting in Connecticut is based on a true story. I haven't seen a movie in years that scared me as much as this one. I remember years ago when I was a kid and I first watched Amityville Horror. I don't think I slept for week. What made Haunting in Connecticut scary was that it gets you thinking that something like this could possibly happen to you!

Haunting in Connecticut is a 2009 horror film based on a true story about a family who moves into a house that at one time was a funeral parlor. Now that is scary enough. But then the oldest son, Matt uses the basement as his bedroom. And he soon discovers the mortuary room as well as many disturbing tool and dried up eye lids. Gross! But pretty soon Matt starts seeing ghosts. That is when the movie really starts to get scary. This movie will keep you at the edge of your seat. If you are coragous enough to watch it, just be ready to expect the unexpected.

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Sandyspider 7 years ago from Wisconsin, USA

I do like a good ghost story. When they claim to be based on actually events, that is even better. I have yet to see this, but it is on my list of movies to watch.

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tom hellert 6 years ago from home

I have seen the Haunting in CT documentary on American Hauntings- it was scary enough I admit *bawk bawk bawk bawk* I Haunted-am a chicken when it comes to scary movies- but I still watch TAPS, Ghost Hunters and Americas/worlds most haunted.

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Wendy Krick 6 years ago from Maryland Author

I know Tom. I think I just enjoy getting scared.

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