A Savannah Haunting – Movie Review

Friendly Review : A Savannah Haunting

Oh wow, let’s dive into this film review together! So, here’s the scoop: the opening of the movie claims it’s ‘based’ on a true story, but in reality, it’s all just paranormal fiction. None of those events actually happened! And get this, the director, William Mark McCollouge, actually owns the house in real life. Talk about blurring the lines between reality and fiction, right? It’s like he’s hyping up the paranormal activity for the film. Makes you wonder if there was any real activity to begin with, huh? Oh, and guess what? In the movie, William plays a character named William, and he’s the handy man! Gotta love those funny little details. πŸ˜„

Now, let’s talk about the plot of the movie. A family moves from California to Savannah, and things start getting weird right from the start. The mother, Rachel, is a bit strange, and she tells her therapist that they moved because of a tragic incident involving their daughter, Alice, drowning in their swimming pool. Spooky, right? And it turns out that Andrew, the son, has ghost friends in their new house. Talk about a unique bunch of pals! Meanwhile, the daughter, April, is an introvert, but everything changes when a mysterious and seductive woman named Lilleth enters the picture. April suddenly becomes more outgoing and discovers her attraction to women. Whoa, talk about a plot twist! But here’s where things get even more intense: Lilleth starts sending provocative texts and even threatens to expose a scandalous picture to Eric’s wife, Rachel. And guess what? Lilleth is revealed to be a ghost from the 17th century! Talk about a haunting twist!

So, there you have it, my friend! A breakdown of the film’s fake 10/10 reviews, the director’s personal connection to the house, and the intriguing plot. Let me know what you think! πŸŽ₯

I totally get where you’re coming from! While some people might find this movie entertaining, personally, I’ve seen way better ones. It’s like there’s nothing new or surprising here, you know? These derivative movies just keep getting made, and it’s like, why? I mean, we’ve seen it all before. And don’t even get me started on that doll. Why is it always a creepy doll that won’t go away? Is it related to Annabelle or something? And seriously, who would buy a haunted house without knowing its history? That’s just asking for trouble!

Oh, and that random nude pool scene? It felt so out of place and didn’t really add anything to the story. It’s like they threw it in there just to fill up the time. And don’t even get me started on the ending. It left so many unanswered questions and didn’t give us any closure. Not satisfying at all.

Honestly, I’ve watched other horror movies multiple times, but this one? It won’t be getting a second viewing from me, that’s for sure. There are way better options out there. Let’s find something more thrilling and original to watch together! πŸŽ₯πŸ˜„

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Jan 7, 2024 - Posted by filmygod - No Comments

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