Two terrible things about this steaming pile of docudrama. Well, the worst two anyway... 1. The guys who made this (aka You're too old to be dressing like late 1980's/early 90's hair band members) have to be the worst interviewers EVER! One of them asks the same freaking question four times to the same kid in a 2 min interview (so it didn't hurt, you didn't feel any pain, so was it painful, you didn't feel anything?) WOW! That's a great contribution! Following that was "You wasn't scared?" DERP! The word is WEREN'T! You're supposed to be making a MOVIE! Hello!! How about learning a few interview skills before you make interviews part of your freaking movie?!? 2. The storyline was DISJOINTED, CHAOTIC, CONFUSING with no logical sequence or order! This fluff is a documentary based on a story, only there is NO STORY TOLD. Just unfocused meanderings. Anyone with a camera and some equipment in his girlfriend's basement does not qualify as a filmmaker.
Okay so let's say you ignore the footage of the Oakridge Boys wannabe walking through the tombstones in a women's jacket six sizes too big (?!?!). Say you take out the Jim Jones-groupie psychics, and the kitschy film technique interspersed with scenes that must have taken so long to produce that they had to be reused six times a piece to recoup the cost of production (it's really the only explanation that I have). Take out the crack-hosers' "man on the street" testimonials (where did THESE chicks come from?) and excise the inevitable fat guys with guts hanging over their belts snipe-hunting in for ghosts (they look for Bigfoot during the day). Pull out the two juvenile detention center chicks who are really just "cutters". You can even remove the poor young man who is literally crying not from recalling his possession, but because he is utterly humiliated by a parent who is clearly freakin' out of her mind and exploiting her son to feel special (I feel ya, kid)...
I've been hooked on the Booth Brothers productions ever since I saw Spooked:The ghosts of Waverly Hills. This story, the Watseka Wonder, was something I'd never heard of before. In addition to the main story, it includes stories of people today who have been possessed. One little add-on to this documentary: photos and audio of the Annaliese Michel possession...aka Emily Rose. One thing about the Booth Brothers is that they don't pretend to know all about the paranormal. They handle the film making aspect and let knowledgeable ghost hunters, like Keith Age of Louisville Ghost Hunters Society, handle the investigation.
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