An American Haunting (2005)
This story tells about real events that took place in 2006, in the state of Red River, Tennessee. This story begins with a teenager suffering from frequent nightmares, where her mother reads an old letter from 1817 written by her ancestors Lucy Bell. Perhaps it will eventually be in the hands of the church, where it was ruled by the church, and her husband John Bell is cursed by his rival Katie Bates, who has a reputation for being a witch. In the end, it may be even more exciting, as Jan and her daughter Betty Bell threaten to attack the girl during the night.
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Sacramento News & Review
June 03, 2006 Director Courtney Solomon's script is a catalogue of the standard Exorcist-style special effects, hammered home by Caine Davidson's musical score, one of the most irritating and nerve-wracking assemblies of noise in movie history.Read in Source
Eye for Film
July 02, 2007 it becomes haunted by the unwelcome presence of heavy-handedness, making it seem more like a busy domestic melodrama (with a ghost) than a truly unnerving chiller.Read in Source
June 03, 2006 Unoriginal and unrelenting, this gothic ghost story invests too much time in banging doors and billowing drapes and not enough in its characters.Read in Source
May 12, 2006 It's never an encouraging sign when a horror movie based on a true story fatally lacks the verisimilitude of, say, Alone In The Dark.Read in Source
June 03, 2006 This allegedly true tale of demonic possession is weighed down by period detail and ponderous storytelling, which soon get the better of its Exorcist-inspired levitations, flying crucifixes and noisy poltergeist activity.Read in Source
San Francisco Chronicle
May 05, 2006 This is the type of movie that you should be getting for free on television.Read in Source
August 23, 2006 This is proof that it doesn't take lots of bloody gore, big special effects or jump-at-you moments to scare jaded audiences.Read in Source
April 19, 2009 The frights are few and the moment of horrific revelation is a big letdown in writer/director Courtney Solomon's cinematic treatment of Brent Monahan's novel "The Bell Witch: An American Haunting."Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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