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The Haunting in Connecticut 2 gets a trailer with A Haunting In Massachusetts forthcoming

Dec. 12, 2012by: Ike Oden

Man, these states got it tough in the haunting department. Me, I'm from Indiana-- the only thing we're haunted by is a lack of funding for our public school systems. Georgia, on the other hand, seems to have some serious ghost problems. They are unrelated to those moviegoers originally experienced in THE HAUNTING IN CONNECTICUT, but it's a semi-sequel cash grab nonetheless. As such, we have a slew of updates on THE HAUNTING IN CONNECTICUT 2: GHOSTS OF GEORGIA.

GHOSTS OF GEORGIA is directed by Tom Elkins (editor of the first film) and written by David Coggeshall. It stars Katee Sackhoff, Chad Michael Murray, and Abigail Spencer. GHOSTS OF GEORGIA will get a limited theatrical and VOD release on February 13th of next year. The poster and trailer (courtesy of Yahoo! Movies) and synopsis can be seen below:

When Andy Wyrick moves his wife Lisa and daughter Heidi to an historic home in Georgia, they quickly discover they are not the house’s only inhabitants. Joined by Lisa’s free-spirited sister, Joyce, the family soon comes face-to-face with a bone-chilling mystery born of a deranged desire… a haunting secret rising from underground and threatening to bring down anyone in its path.

Oh, and speaking of movies about hauntings in specific states, A HAUNTING IN MASACHUSETTS set to begin shooting next month. The film has nothing to do with CONNECTICUT or GHOSTS OF GEORGIA, but it is more than willing to cash in on the name association. Rib and Dale Hillis (PIRANAHCONDA) are set to star in the mockbuster, which will be directed by Matt Hish (HALFWAY TO A BLACKOUT) from a script by Chris W. Freeman (PARANORMAL INCIDENT).

Check out the synopsis below and, for God sakes, contact your local Congress about getting some traction on anti-haunting laws in your state. This HAUNTING IN... epidemic must be stopped!

“Desperate to reconnect with his wife and son after a violent attack leaves them fear-stricken and traumatized, a father moves his family to a sleepy New England town and finds himself in a fight against supernatural forces hell-bent on tearing them apart.”

Extra Tidbit: I refuse to make a joke about Katee Sackhoff (above) haunting my state any time. I think we're all better than those kind of puns.

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2:47PM on 12/12/2012

Ridiculous title...

Connecticut was OK when I caught on dvd. If I ever catch this it will be same way.

BTW that ain't Sackoff. Think it's Tricia Helfer.
Connecticut was OK when I caught on dvd. If I ever catch this it will be same way.

BTW that ain't Sackoff. Think it's Tricia Helfer.
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12:02PM on 12/12/2012

2000 Maniacs (and its remake) Did It Better

The tagline is "Something bad happened here." Let the jokes about Ghosts of Georgia being a bad movie begin. Furthermore, Ghosts of Georgia should be simply a Haunting in Georgia. Smart people can figure out the possbile connection to A Haunting in Connecticut. And, why would you associate your film with A Haunting in Connecticut anyway? Most fans and most critics did not like that film. They admired the hell out of the freaky Connecticut trailer, but the film disappointed.
Also, I bet you one
The tagline is "Something bad happened here." Let the jokes about Ghosts of Georgia being a bad movie begin. Furthermore, Ghosts of Georgia should be simply a Haunting in Georgia. Smart people can figure out the possbile connection to A Haunting in Connecticut. And, why would you associate your film with A Haunting in Connecticut anyway? Most fans and most critics did not like that film. They admired the hell out of the freaky Connecticut trailer, but the film disappointed.
Also, I bet you one thing. A 2012 movie needs to be politically-correct, possibly. Perhaps, all 2012 literature needs to be PC. America has changed, and its story of itself must change with the times, maybe. However, how much do you want to bet that this film's 19-c ghosts are the most PC 19th-c ghosts that one could imagine. And, these evil spirits might be the nastiest, meanest evil spirits ever--but, they do watch their language and politics. Also, most likely, Ghosts of Georgia presents modern-day Georgians. And, there are politically-correct Southerners. BUT, how much do you want to bet that these Georgians, discussing racial issues and slavery mind you, are the most PC Georgians that a person has ever encountered.
Spirits of Georgia could be good. Hey, I have not seen the picture. It could be the biggest, baddest surprise horrorhit of 2013. I like that the film is R-rated. That rating is a pleasent surprise. But, overall, we shall see what we shall see.
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