The Haunting In Connecticut
The Haunting In Connecticut Movie Summary:
Based on a true story this film tells a story of a family that moves to Connecticut because one of their child is sick.
Soon, they learn the house has a disturbing history and when his son begins to be used as a demoniac messenger, and speaking with the dead, the family needs to understand what happened in that house, so they can try to save the boy.
The Haunting In Connecticut best reviews:
“Sinks or swims with the actors. Gallner makes a very convincing boy-about-to-die; Madsen is his properly stricken mom; and Donovan, an under-used leading man, plays the stressed, guilt-ridden dad well.”
Charlotte Observer by Roger Moore -- Read Full Review
“Haunting tweaks familiar tropes enough to make them interesting. Just not so interesting as to inspire many nightmares after the credits roll.”
The Hollywood Reporter by John DeFore -- Read Full Review
The Haunting In Connecticut worst reviews:
“C’mon, in matters of haunted-house inhabitation, settling into an ex-mortuary is like renting above a dentist’s office — ashen faces and ghastly screams come with the territory”
The Globe and Mail (Toronto) by Rick Groen -- Read Full Review
“Koteas’ overearnest performance almost makes The Haunting in Connecticut worth a look, but ultimately even the star of Cronenberg’s “Crash” can’t salvage what is essentially a substandard rip-off of “The Amityville Horror.” “
Austin Chronicle by Marc Savlov -- Read Full Review