The St. Francisville Experiment (2000)
The St. Francisville Experiment Synopsis:
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.
Movie Rating: 3 out of 5
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Its great you post all these obscure film reviews but i have one issue. I can’t find most of them to watch them. Where are they available to watch?
Most of them can be found on various streaming services. Like The St. Francisville Experiment can be found on Amazon Prime http://amzn.to/2y9leBe which is where most of them came from.
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