Four people — a psychic, an amateur ghost hunter, a filmmaker and a history student — all trained in the paranormal and equipped with cameras, fly to Louisiana to investigate a notorious haunted house, plagued by the spirits of slaves who endured the most grisly and unspeakable tortures known to man. However, the four are unprepared for the horrors and violence that will occur. The “St. Francisville Experiment” is their footage, their story.
Madison Charap – Psychic – Madison Charap – Participant Troy Taylor – Ghost Historian Ryan Larson – History Student – Ryan Larson – Participant P.J. Palmer – Paul Cason – Team Leader Tim Baldini – Videographer – Tim Thompson – Participant – Film Student Paul Salamoff – Producer (as Paul I. Salamoff) Ava Jones – Voodoo Priestess Katherine Smith – St. Francis Paranormal Expert Sarah Clifford – Psychic
Director: Ted Nicolaou
Mini Movie Review:
For what it is, this movie was actually not half bad and pretty entertaining. You can tell they were trying to ride the success of The Blair Witch Project, heck even their tagline hints at it with saying “this ain’t no walk in the woods”.
This is a found footage movie and we know I love me some found footage. This movie is about 4 young people that agree to stay in a haunted mansion until dawn, and we can pretty much sum up what happens without saying anything. It’s not all the original but like I said it is entertaining. So with the Halloween season upon us and you are looking for a decent ghost flick to watch give this one a try.
‘Villisca’ is a ghost story based on the house where the notorious and still unsolved 1912 ax murders took place. Three outcast teenagers break into the house in search of answers, but discover something far beyond their worst fears.
Robert Adamson – Caleb Jarrett Sleeper – Denny Alex Frnka – Jess Sean Whalen – Reverend Kelly Conchata Ferrell – Mrs. Flanks Riley Bodenstab – Connor Kellan Rhude – Rob Madison Lawlor – Lena Ava Kolker – Ingrid Jon Gries – Greg Brett Rickaby – Caleb’s Father Urs Inauen – Matt Savannah Stehlin – Elsie Holloway Sophia Linkletter – Priscilla Connolly Joey Graceffa – Most Haunted Host
Director: Tony E. Valenzuela Writer: Kevin Abrams (story), Owen Egerton
Mini Movie Review:
This movie surprised me, it turned out a lot better then I figured it would. The thing that bummed me out the most was the fact they didn’t use the actual Villisca Axe Murder House or at least one that looked almost like it. I think there was one scene though where they did flash a quick glance of it but I am not sure. Not a fan of rewinding or fast forwarding using NetFlix.
This movie is your kind of run of the mill haunted house/demonic possession film. But it is really entertaining. Two friends plan on one more ghost investigation before one of them leaves town, and right before they get ready to leave the girl which is new to the area and an outcast shows up at their house and basically invites herself to come along. Which they did decide to take her. They end up going to the Axe Murder house to take a guided tour but they feel like to many things were left out of the tour so they decide to hang out and wait for the place to close and sneak back into the house.
When the tour guides leave the finally sneak back in through the basement and make it back up into the main house. When they decide to split up is when things start to go down hill. A couple of bullies from their high school find out they are there and decide to show up also to terrorize them. As one by one they get possessed by the ghosts of the house who will make it through the night? All of them? One of them? None of them? If you need something to watch, this is worth the time spent.
Old Everett apparently wasn’t in the mood to mingle with the mortals.
The Caine Lyric Theater’s well-known resident spook did not stir in the wee hours Sunday morning as a team of ghost hunters tried to coax him out. From Everett not a peep — no shaking of chandeliers, no opening or closing of doors.
About eight members of the group Wasatch Paranormal Investigators scoured the 97-year-old theater on Center Street — scaling shaky ladders to reach the dusty rafters, squeezing into tight catacombs to call out to the spirits possibility within.
Alas, no Everett, who, despite his low profile Sunday, has over the years established a reputation of tinkering around the old theater, making his presence felt in one way or another.
The story goes like this: Everett was an actor playing the second gravedigger in a production of Hamlet and was getting more laughs than the guy playing the first gravedigger, which was supposed to be the big laugh-getting part. The actor Everett upstaged grew angry, killed Everett in the theater and subsequently used his skull as a prop in the grave scene.