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The Haunting in Connecticut 2: Ghosts of Georgia [DVD] 
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The Wyrick family find themselves beset by malevolent ghosts in this tale of supernatural horror from director Tom Elkins. Andy (Chad Michael Murray) and his wife Lisa (Abigail Spencer) are over the moon when they find what seems to be the ideal location to bring up their young daughter Heidi (Emily Alyn Lind) - an old house situated deep in the woods of rural Georgia that used to be a staging post for escaping slaves on the underground railway. But soon after the move, as Heidi begins to witness a number of disturbing supernatural events, the ghostly spirits of the house's past return to unleash terror on the present owners.
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This film is wonderfully hyperactive with its ghostly goings on. Who needs subtle hints or mounting tension when you can non-stop, ghost-a-minute spookings? Doing the dishes? You're gonna get spooked. Taking in the washing? Time for spooking! Taking a bath in your terrifying claw-footed, cracked enamel tub? I mean, you're asking for it. Ghosts of Georgia is flamboyant and grisly, with a few genuinely disturbing images and effective jump-scares...really, with that many ghosts, you're sure to land a couple of punches, right?
The other delight is in just how absurdly hot everyone in this family is, especially when the filmmakers flash up a photo of the real, perfectly ordinary Lyrics at the end. What, you mean the dad didn't really look like David Beckham?? Mr. Gordy, inexplicably, has a beard. Kahn, I'm sorry to say, is wholly absent, and the 'thing' that scratches the baby is gone, along with the baby. It's ok, though, there are plenty more haints to be getting on with.
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