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House of Bones (2010)

House of Bones

Synopsis:

Psychic Heather Burton and a team of TV ghost hunters travel to New Orleans to investigate a haunted house rumored to be the site of paranormal activity.

Cast & Crew:

Charisma Carpenter – Heather Burton
Marcus Lyle Brown – Greg Fisher
Ricky Wayne – Tom Rule
Collin Galyean – Simon
Kyle Clements – Bub
Corin Nemec – Quentin French
Stephanie HonorĂ© – Sara Minor
Gregory Campo – Kip
Jake Austin Walker – J.J.

Director: Jeffery Scott Lando Writer: Anthony C. Ferrante, Jay Frasco

Movie Rating: 4 out of 5

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Mini Review:

I have watched this movie numerous times when it played on SyFy channel or it could have even been Chiller. I saw it pop up on Amazon so I figured I would watch again for the umpteenth time. I figured all the times it has been on regular TV it was probably heavily edited like most movies are. Unfortunately, it wasn’t. It was more or less the same movie. Which is ok I guess, I like the movie so I didn’t mind watching the same version again.

This is your typical ghost hunters making a TV show type of movie, nothing really new or original but it’s still worth a watch. So if you have Amazon Prime there is no reason that you really shouldn’t check this movie out, especially if you’re into paranormal related movies.

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100 Ghost Street: The Return of Richard Speck (2012)

100 Ghost Street: The Return of Richard Speck (2012)

100 Ghost Street:

Synopsis:

In 2010, paranormal investigators tried to film Richard Speck’s ghost at the site of his heinous killing spree. The victims’ families have finally released the footage that documents their last days.

Cast & Crew:

Steve Bencich – Ghost (voice)
Tony Besson – Dave
Hayley Derryberry – Sarah
Chance Harlem Jr. – Earl
Mike Holley – Mike
Jennifer Robyn Jacobs – Jen
Adam LaFramboise – AdamNancy Leopardi – Ghost (voice)
David Lindmark – Driver DL
Jackie Moore – Jackie
Chris Serafin – Speck
Jim Shipley – Jim

Director: Martin Wichmann Andersen Writer: Nancy Leopardi

Movie Rating: 4 out of 5

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Mini Review:

This movie is pretty on par with most found footage movies you can find on Amazon Prime. And as everyone knows I am pretty much a sucker for any found footage movie. Good or bad I’ll watch it at least once.

This is your typical found footage, a bunch of young paranormal investigators going into an old abandoned building to search for the ghosts of murder victims and the murderer and they are usually filming a TV show. And that’s what they are doing in this one also. One main difference with this one is the acting is actually fairly decent, which usually it’s not.

So if you are a fan of this sub-genre you should check this one out especially if you have Amazon Prime.

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