The Haunting in Connecticut 2: Ghosts of Georgia Reviews
It was excessive with the spirits. Same generic stuff like things happening at night. Doors and windows making noises. The mom has issues, trying to suppress feelings and visions that she blatantly see with Rx drugs that do nothing. The film is very boring and very slow. The dog barely plays any part of this film, unlike most supernatural films where they help to explain the entity. The plot is pretty meh, I guess it has to be this way. Can't have a bunch of spirits without the one who screws up everything.
The film is based on a true story. But it takes place in Atlanta and not Connecticut. If you see artifacts during the film and you feel there is some heavy symbolism involved with them, again you would be sadly mistaken.
- 'The Haunting in Connecticut 2: Ghosts of Georgia' is a 2013 paranormal horror film directed by Tom Elkins. The film has no reference to the first film from 2009. Its plot was inspired by the 'true' events surrounding the Wyrick house. As a horror-fan, I felt disappointed by the film. The scares were predictable, as was the storyline. I did like the needle and thread scene in the caravan. Starring Abigail Spencer (Oz the Great and Powerful, Cowboys & Aliens), Chad Michael Murray (House of Wax, Freaky Friday), Emily Alyn Lind (J. Edgar, Movie 43) and Katee Sackhoff (Oculus, Riddick). "Seeing ghosts in your backyard?"
As Andy (Murray) and Lisa (Spencer) Wyrick settle in their new historic home in a desolate Georgia wood, their daughter Heidi (Lind) starts to have conversations with a man she calls 'mr. Gordy'. Lisa thinks Heidi has an imaginary friend, but Lisa's sister Joyce (Sackhoff), who is living in a caravan nearby, is sure that her niece is seeing a ghost. All women in the family have the gift of seeing the dead. When doing some research, the family discovers that their land was once a refuge place for runaway slaves...