Most movies you find on Amazon are so-so but this one was actually pretty entertaining. The only reason I didn’t give it a 5 is that halfway through there are some things that happen that kind of give the ending away. Other than that though it was a great film.
The movie starts off with a boyfriend and girlfriend pranking each other with the help of the boyfriend’s friend. But after the realize they may have gone too far with the pranks the decide to do Urban Exploration videos instead.
The boyfriend though thought it would be a good idea to play one more prank, well this makes the girlfriend angry and she decides to venture off on her own during their exploration. Will they find her before the nights over? Will any of them get out of the tunnels? This is a movie that you must watch if you are looking for something good.
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.
The new kid in town stumbles across something sinister about the town’s method of transforming its unruly teens into upstanding citizens.
James Marsden – Steve Clark Katie Holmes – Rachel Wagner Tobias Mehler – Andy Effkin Nick Stahl – Gavin Strick Steve Railsback – Officer Cox Bruce Greenwood – Dr. Edgar Caldicott Katharine Isabelle – Lindsay Clark William Sadler – Dorian Newberry
Director: David Nutter Writer: Scott Rosenberg
Mini Movie Review:
I’ve been waiting for this one to pop back up onto one of the streaming services and it finally showed back up on Hulu. This how by far got to be one of my favorite movies from the 90s if not of all time. Defiantly in my top 10.
Disturbing Behavior is about a teenager that moves to a new town after his brother commits suicide. Steve and his family move to Cradle Bay hoping to get a fresh start on life. Everything seems perfect at first until he is made aware of a group of students that call themselves the Blue Ribbons. They seem like overachievers at first but everything isn’t as it seems. The only downfall of these seamlessly perfect kids is the fact the turn into homicidal maniacs everytime they get horny.
Will the main character Steve become one of the Blue Ribbons or will he be able to escape their grasp? If you have Hulu and have not seen this movie, you have got to check it out.