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||IMDB Rating: 4.2/10 from 55 votes
||Release: 21 October 2011 (USA) /
||Director: Dan T. Hall,
||Stars: Alex Hall, Christopher Lein, Marilene Isaacs, Michael McDowell, Myrna Cooke, Tracy Bacon
||Synopsis: Can the soul of a killer linger forever? Filmmaker Dan T. Hall explores macabre shadows of the past as he documents the haunting of the infamous Fox Hollow Farm estate, former home of alleged serial killer Herb Baumeister. The paranormal documentary The Haunting of Fox Hollow Farm. In the early 1990s, Baumeister, a local business owner and family man, bought a quiet estate just north of Indianapolis on contract. Although never brought to trial, he was the prime suspect in the disappearance and murder of a number of individuals from the Midwest spanning two decades. In 1996, authorities recovered more than 5,000 human bone fragments on the property from as many as 17 victims. Only five were positively identified. It's believed that most of the victims were murdered in and around the home's indoor pool. Current residents and visitors to the property have reported unsettling feelings, unexplainable noises, and even seeing apparitions inside the house and around the grounds. Hoping to ... Written by Anonymous
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I don't say that lightly, and I've watched thousands and thousands of
movies, good and bad. I'm a frequent buyer of those 20-movies-for-$5
packs and actually like a lot of them, so I grade them pretty easy --
I'm not expecting Kurosawa out of a film like this, so I'm very
But, damn, dude.
This was so badly made I don't see how anyone did it without *applying*
themselves to screwing it up. The editing is completely and utterly
incompetent. I cannot think of any editing that's worse. It is,
literally, like watching a TV whose remote is in the hands of a
cranked-up channel surfer with a half-second attention span. And it's
frustrating because the material itself was interesting... it's just
completely ruined by the editing technique. All the flow of the
narrative is destroyed. Stories are joined and left mid-sentence to go
to part of a line from another story. Half the time we aren't given a
clue as to who the person talking is or what they're referring to.
Segments -- most of them irrelevant in the first place -- are repeated
over and over like sampling in a rap song. Information about the serial
killer is intercut with ghost-hunting stuff, wrecking the narrative
flow of both.
It's like trying to read a book while someone constantly yanks it out
of your hands.
After watching the whole thing I still have very little idea about what
this serial killer actually did, or what "haunting" events led these
ghost hunters to investigate the place (other than one sighting of a
"guy in a red shirt with no legs" - that's looped a few times). The
viewer is simply not given sufficient information on anything.
And the ghost-hunters are goofy, trying to scare themselves with a lot
of "did you hear that?" b.s., jumping at every shadow and trying to
pretend there are words in the EVP nonsense. (I've gone on Halloween
expeditions with "real" ghost-hunters before, and they're hilarious
about trying to make something out of EVP static, so this is not unique
just to this film). Nothing really happens, and it's not "spooky" at
all. A narrator comes in with some clumsy poetry to try to make it seem
profound, but... nothing freaking happened, dude. NOTHING.
I was more than willing to play along in hopes of some scares. I watch
A Haunting, which covers similar stories (and for a similar budget -
man, that's a cheap show), and it's hokey but it's entertaining. It's
not the budget's fault. I'm not sure about the source material -- maybe
there's not much to the Fox Hollow story to begin with -- but I wanted
to be interested in it. Unfortunately, this film gives the situation no
reason to be spooky, because it hasn't provided the viewer with any
real background info or solid story to follow, just half-snippets that
may have been leading somewhere before, oops, we cut away from them
again because that person was talking for more than two seconds and Mr.
Hall just couldn't stand it. There'll suddenly be stuff about "we found
the body on the beach..." and then, zap, we're off to something else
before we find out what body, who they were, how they were killed,
The editing makes me wonder if Dan T. Hall has ever actually SEEN a
movie or even heard a story. It's like someone took him off a desert
island where he was born, gave him a basic description of what editing
is - i.e. "putting segments of video together" -- and he just said,
"Oh, yeah, I can do that!" and then went at it with all the fury of
attention-deficit-disorder driving him. You literally could toss film
into a blender, chop it up, then tape it back together in the dark and
have a better chance at creating something coherent. It's like watching
a toddler play with a light switch for an hour.
I'm bewildered by this thing. I wasn't exactly bored (fortunately it's
only a little over an hour), but was amazed by how poorly it was made.
There are no filmmaking instincts on display here at all, I mean, not
even rudimentary. I have to wonder if it's not some prank on us, some
"you people are idiots, so here, I bet you'll even sit through this"
act of spite.
If you're ever going to make a documentary, please watch this one
first, and then don't do *anything* the way it's done here.
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