A Haunting in Connecticut (2002) Movie Review

A Haunting in Connecticut (2002)

2002 | Horror, Documentary
94 minutes /

User Score: 56/100


A haunting documentary of a normal family living in Connecticut, who, after moving into their new house, are terrorized by an evil ghost that dwells in the home.

A Haunting in Connecticut Review

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The day Karen and Ed Parker move into their dream home, ominous clues of its chilling funeral parlor past greet them: crucifixes on doors, toe tags and coffin keys in the basement. Their 14-year-old son, Paul, claims he sees apparitions and hears voices. Soon, the house is plagued by dark forces that torment the entire family, and it will take a desperate call to Edward and Lorraine Warren—investigators of the Amityville haunting—to offer any hope of relief.

About A Haunting in Connecticut (2002)

Title: A Haunting in Connecticut
Year: 2002
Runtime: 94 minutes
Type: Movie
Genre: Horror, Documentary
Score: 2.5 / 5 stars
Avg. Rating: 2.8/5 stars from 108 users.
Total Avg. Votes: 108
Starring: Jim McKeny, Rod Pearson, Anthony D. Call, Lorraine Warren, Noah Fryrear, Chris Remer, Rick Hite, Raymond Smith, Robert Hundley, Robert Ruffin, Lisa Sneigrove, Jeffrey Gypson, Sandra Buffmeier, Joel Webb, Vanessa Lock, Jenny Gordon, Rob Waddell, Brett Fleisher, Newton Miller, John Adams, Tyler Reid, Molly Larkin, David Williamson, Kelli Barrett, Karen Fleisher, Monty Craddock, Lee Lively, Rick Reid, Gene Galusha, Maggie Geroe
Writers: Tom Naughton, Sherry Anderson, Paul Sauer
Director: John Kavanaugh

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