I’ve watched The Haunting In Connecticut twice. In retrospect, this was once more than I probably needed, but under the right circumstances, I’d even consider watching it again. Ectoplasm, in and of itself, is genuinely creepy, plus it has Virginia Madsen, Martin Donovan and Kyle Gallner. Legitimate actors interacting with the undead is always superior to shoddy actors interacting with the undead. That’s certainly the logic behind the Scream reboot, but Wes Craven isn’t the only master of horror with the ability to franchise.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, The Haunting In Connecticut is about to become a series. The new film, entitled The Haunting In Georgia, will begin shooting later this month. The plot follows two sisters, played by Abigail Spencer and Katee Sackhoff, who share visions of the same supernatural creepiness. Former teen favorite Chad Michael Murray will play Spencer’s straight-laced husband and a young child will also be involved.

This has above-average written all over it. Look for The Haunting In Georgia to be in theaters sometime next year, and for me to be sitting in the third row reviewing it the morning it comes out. Let’s be honest, it probably won’t be screened for critics ahead of time.

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