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Evidence of a Haunting

USA 2010
produced by
Chris Daly, Joey Evans (executive), Jonathan Hoop (executive) for Texas Moving Pictures
directed by Joey Evans
starring Jessica D.Fulling, Renee Wiggins, Scott Evans, Christopher Cassarino, Robert M.Alford, Korin Medina, Audrey Elizabeth Evans, Larry Jack Dotson, Chere Mauldin, Chris Daly, Audrey Wiggins, Brooke Cary, Bailey Wiggins, Patton Maynard, Jonathan Hoop
story by Joey Evans, Jessica D. Fulling, screenplay by Joey Evans, music by Jonathan Hoop

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Rayne (Jessica D.Fulling) leads a team of psychic investigators (Renee Wiggins, Scott Evans, Christopher Cassarino, Robert M.Alford, Korin Medina), a team that even has its own TV-show. Rayne's own interest in the supernatural is founded in a creepy childhood experience ...

Back in the now: During one exorcism, a demon has walked through Rayne, and the nightmares she has been having since then suggest the demon actually decided to stay. Still, the eam carries on and eventually takes on a big case, to free the underground system beneath some college campus of all demons and spirits. Turns out though, the underground system is the hunting ground of Satan's son himself, and that's not good. It's even worse when Satan's son starts killing members of Rayne's team. Eventually, the demon who possesses Rayne - she wasn't sure until now - wants out to get Satan's son, and the team priest Scott Evans) performs an exorcism on the spot. Now this ends the reign of Satan's son, but it also gets Rayne onto another plane of existence, that of the dead ...


A film that unfortunately never quite lives up to its premise: The basic plot of psychic investigators getting into something that's a size or two to big for them does sound interesting, to say the least, but there are two reasons why the finished result doesn't work nearly as well as it should, on one hand it's a bit sloppily written, on the other it looks just too slick to actually convince - and both reasons have to do with the film's source of inspiration, psychic investigator TV shows: Narratively, this film picks up the somewhat choppy, episodic kind of storytelling of reality TV, and aesthetically, the film is carried by slick yet bland lighting of these shows (where even the not-so-perfect shots are strategically placed) but fails to create the proper atmosphere. So the fight against the son of Satan becomes nothing more than people running up and down some underground hallways full of debris, which somehow doesn't quite cut it.

Granted though, the last few minutes, where all hell is let loose on our heroes, are actually rather well-done, but that's too little too late.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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