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The Haunting in Conneticut

hauntingThe Haunting in Connecticut Rated PG-13 Running Time: 1 hour 32 minutes Jonathan's rating: 2.5 stars out of 4 A good horror movie sticks with me long after I leave the theatre.  There will be a few scenes that stick in my mind and make me check behind the shower curtain at home to make sure no one is there.  The Haunting in Connecticut had some freaky scenes, but the movie certaintly did not stick with me. This is the supposed true story of a family battling not only a child's cancer, but some rather angry spirits.  Virginia Madsen plays Sara Campbell.  She's a mom who is doing everything possible to help her son, Matt played by Kyle Gallner.  Matt is battling cancer and the hospital providing treatment is far from their home so they decide to rent a home closer near the hosptial. Mom, Dad, two younger siblings and a cousin all move to a house that turns out to be a former funeral home.  Yikes!  There are scary things going on in the house or is it just in Matt's mind?  There are some creepy scenes but in the end I didn't have to leave the lights on while going to sleep. star You can see The Haunting in Conneticut at Star Cinema.  Click here for showtimes.

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