This one was bad. "A Haunting's" premise was a girl finds an actual
recorded murder and tries to investigate. Oh, if that were only the
Vivian is sent to some sort of rehab place for wayward souls. The viewer finds out later that she was actually here as a last stint for a murder she committed when she was 15. It is never disclosed who she murdered or why she murdered. In some sort of flashback, you see her with a knife jumping on an unsuspecting man. The backstory to all of this is not hard to figure out, so you're left with a lot of time to watch boring stuff. I could go on about the auditions for a production of Macbeth, yadda, yadda, yadda, but what would be the point.
The only reason I did not rate this snooze-fest a 1 is because at least the director decided not to go the usual route of having the bodies pile up. However, at least that might have made this a little more interesting. I do not believe this was rated, but contains brief nudity, minimal violence, and language.
Vivian Miller is serving out her jail sentence at a work release program in the Midwest. Her final 90 day sentence takes her to the Cawdor Barn Theatre, a dilapidated old structure run by Lawrence O'Neil, a troubled man raging at the mistakes of his past. After Vivian views an old VHS tape of what looks like a murder being recorded, she sets out to unravel this horrific crime before she becomes the next victim of the supernatural forces inhabiting the haunted structure.
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