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Haunting in Connecticut 2 - Ghosts of Georgia Abigail Spencer

Franchises can be a funny thing, especially when there’s no room for the story to grow organically, necessitating some fuzzy name brand math to keep the cash rolling in. The absurdly titled “The Haunting in Connecticut 2: Ghosts of Georgia” has nothing to do with the 2009 hit that starred Virginia Madsen, and not a frame of it takes place in Connecticut. It’s a new story in an alien state, with the producers once again taking shelter under dubious “true story” claims to concoct a chiller of limited ambition, this time delving into the real-world pain of slavery to locate a new conflict between the living and the dead. Read the rest at Blu-ray.com


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