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Movie: The Haunted House Project (2010)

Stay Out If You Want To Stay Alive

The Haunted House Project (2010) is a Korean horror movie that follows the mockumentary filming style of The Blair Witch Project.

Synopsis: Over the past 42 years, six people had gone missing, eight had died accidentally and eleven had been murdered in an abandoned house.

One day, three paranormal investigators and a three-member film crew decided to explore and film this haunted abandoned house. Despite warnings, they entered the haunted house and disappeared without a trace. A video footage of what they had captured during their unfortunate visit was found and the truth of their disappearance may be uncovered...

Sounds great right? This can be a great movie if not for its obvious repetition of The Blair Witch Project. It's meant to be a mockumentary, so the acting is amateurish on purpose. Also, there are plenty of shaky hand-held camera shots, awkward angles and repeated footage of doors, ceilings, and floors, and one-third of the movie is in darkness and blurriness. Well, this does heighten the sense of anticipation and trepidation.

The climax is at the end of the movie. You'll catch a glimpse of the vengeful spirit and watch everyone massacres one another. The end.

As per tagline, stay out of haunted houses. Leave the spirits alone if you want to stay alive.

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