The Haunting in Connecticut (2009)

The Haunting in Connecticut is a 2009 English language Psychological horror movie directed by Peter Cornwell. The movie is produced by Paul Brooks, Andrew Trapani, Daniel Farrands, and Wendy Rhoads under Gold Circle Films, Integrated Films. When we consider the Casting of this movie, the lead roles are played by Virginia Madsen, Kyle Gallner, Martin Donovan, Amanda Crew, and Elias Coteas, while the supporting cast includes. Coming to the Important Crew: Music is composed by Robert J.Kral, while Peter Cornwell has provided the screenplay.

  • Release Date:  2009
  • Genre:  Ghost & Spirit
  • Director:  Peter Cornwell
  • Screenwriter:  Adam Simon, Tim Metcalfe
  • Cast & Crew: Virginia Madsen, Kyle Gallner, Elias Koteas, Amanda Crew, Martin Donovan, Sophi Knight, Ty Wood, Erik J. Berg, John Bluethner, D.W. Brown, John B. Lowe, Adriana O’Neil, Will Woytowich, James Durham

The Haunting in Connecticut (2009)Rating:

  • Dylan = 7 / 10;
  • Eloise = 5 / 10;
  • Raoul = 7 / 10;
  • IMDB = 5.9 / 10;
  • Rotten Tomatoes = 45%

The Haunting in Connecticut (2009) Synopsis:

Sara and Peter shift to Connecticut so that they can be closer to doctors and their son can get diagnosed for Cancer. Matt becomes disturbed by the paranormal activities going on in the house. Sara requests a priest for help but there is of no use rather the things become worse than Matt’s condition become serious and lives of the rest of the family are endangered.

The Haunting in Connecticut (2009) Review:

The Haunting in Connecticut is a rather classic haunted house/ghost film, but a good one!

The story is basic, with the usual American family moving into a new house and experiencing paranormal events. However, the fact that the main character, the son, is infected by cancer, brings an extra something to the scenario that makes it stand above the crowd of similar movies. Alongside, the story of the ghosts and the house itself is the real strength of the film. It is complex and suspenseful, and all the supernatural flashbacks are really scary. The film is overall quite frightening, or at least creepy enough to keep you willing to watch.

The Haunting in Connecticut is not a film that will surprise its viewers by its innovative aspect, but a safe bet if you are looking for a chilling show.