The Haunting In Connecticut 2: Ghosts Of Georgia review

I ain't afraid of no sequel...

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A sequel in name only, Ghosts of Georgia spins off its 2009 predecessor ’s brand of ‘real-life horror’ with a story of a family whose women possess a ‘sixth sense’ that allows them to see dead people.

It’s an ability that doesn’t serve them well once it’s revealed their new home used to be the site of a slave-murdering taxidermist. A nicely nasty idea that, overall, is no worse than part one.

Yet GOG still suffers from the same drawbacks: obtuse characters, flimsy narrative and an over-reliance on horror clichés.

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Stephen is a freelance culture journalist specialising in TV and film. He writes regularly for the Guardian, the Daily Telegraph, the i, Radio Times, and WIRED.