Starring Lance E. Nichols, Wayne Pére, Katee Sackhoff, Andrea Frankle
Directed by Tom Elkins
I wasn't a big fan of the original but this time around The Haunting in Connecticut 2: Ghosts of Georgia may have a chance at doing better. Right now; I saw the trailer and this looks a little dull and boring. Lots of "I seen that before" moments.
This time around they are going with the underground railroad, transporting the slaves to freedom, gone wrong. A station master was found and killed violently, along with the slaves he was hoping to free. Their ghosts appear to haunt this new horror movie.
Lets see if they make a lasting impression.
A young family moves into an historic home in Georgia, only to learn they are not the house's only inhabitants. Soon they find themselves in the presence of a secret rising from underground and threatening to bring down anyone in its path.
Directors Tom Elkins
Genres Horror, Thriller, Drama
MPAA Rating R
Writers David Coggeshall
Producers Paul Brooks, Leon Clarance, Brad Kessell, Jeff Levine, Joe MacCarthy, Scott Niemeyer, Bobby Ranghelov, Jonathan Shore, Norm Waitt
Musicians Michael Wandmacher
Cinematographers Yaron Levy
Editors Tom Elkins, Elliot Greenberg