Some things cannot be explained.
Virginia Madsen, Kyle Gallner, Elias Koteas, Amanda Crew, Martin Donovan, Sophi Knight, Ty Wood
|Screenplay||Adam Simon, Tim Metcalfe|
|Music||Robert J. Kral|
|Sound formats||Dolby Digital, Sony Dynamic Digital Sound, DTS|
|SA distributor||Nu Metro|
|Produced by||Gold Circle Films, Integrated Films & Management|
|Violence||Frequent, at times gory|
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What the Critics say
|Cape Argus / The Star|
Nils van der Linden Drive on by, there's nothing to see here.
Sara Schieron Plenty of ectoplasm but no Bill Murray…
|Chicago Sunday Times|
Roger Ebert So. A preposterous story, so many scares they threaten to grow monotonous, good acting and filmmaking credits and what else? Oh, what's with the ectoplasm? Didn't Houdini unmask that as a fraud? And didn't the Amazing Randi? And what's it doing still being treated as real in the true story?
Jason Anderson Matters culminate in a climactic sequence so brazenly schlocky the movie should be followed by an apology from Count Floyd.
C. Fuchs It's just more of the same old, same old haunted house style material, botched by ham-fisted direction, bad/uneven pacing, and far too many flashbacks to explain the genesis of all that goes bump in the night.
Tomatometer Though it features a few scares and some creepy atmosphere, The Haunting in Connecticut ultimately relies too much on familiar horror cliches to achieve its goals.
What the People say
5097 Netizens Horror Grounded in Reality is Back, Finally!
Average .. 35%