The Haunting of Pearson Place

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Suzi was recently interviewed by James Whittington of The Horror Channel. Check it out here, viagra dosage and learn what’s been going on in the life of Screamin’ Suzi. ”

http://www.horrorchannel.co.uk/articles.php?feature=3102&category=999&archive=2010

Suzi was recently interviewed by James Whittington of The Horror Channel. Check it out here, buy more about and learn what’s been going on in the life of Screamin’ Suzi. ”

http://www.horrorchannel.co.uk/articles.php?feature=3102&category=999&archive=2010

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Suzi recently wrapped production on Michael Merino’s “The Haunting of Pearson Place”, abortion neurosurgeon which was shot on location in the Washington DC and Maryland area. Check out some brand new pics from the set!


Suzi recently wrapped production on Michael Merino’s “The Haunting of Pearson Place”, abortion neurosurgeon which was shot on location in the Washington DC and Maryland area. Check out some brand new pics from the set!


Suzi recently wrapped production on Michael Merino’s “The Haunting of Pearson Place”, hemorrhoids which was shot on location in the Washington DC and Maryland area. Check out some brand new pics from the set!
Suzi recently wrapped production on Michael Merino’s “The Haunting of Pearson Place”, abortion neurosurgeon which was shot on location in the Washington DC and Maryland area. Check out some brand new pics from the set!


Suzi recently wrapped production on Michael Merino’s “The Haunting of Pearson Place”, hemorrhoids which was shot on location in the Washington DC and Maryland area. Check out some brand new pics from the set!
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REVIEW:

The dead certainly do not leave Pearson Place, 16 August 2012
Author: regdyer-752-589598 from United Kingdom

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

The viewing of the DVD release of THE HAUNTING OF PEARSON PLACE fulfilled high expectations which had developed over several months as a result of reading favourable comments as the production had developed.

The creepy atmosphere is set within a few seconds during the opening credit sequence and is subsequently built up in a gradual fashion as the process of the examination of the nooks and crannies of the extensive, dilapidated old building is carried out. Fleeting glimpses of apparitions and flashback sequences contribute to the generation and air of mystery. The building seems to develop a personality of its own. The building selection in this instance proves to be a perfect one and the location scout has performed a first class job in finding this particular one.

I was particularly impressed with the character construction and background story which revealed both the strong and weak points of the personalities involved through a mixture of descriptions during dialogue and the viewers own perception in the initial scenes. Events unfold to reveal the emergence of doubts and uncertainty which undermine the assumed strengths of the abilities of the characters and the maintenance of relationships with each other as they struggle through a series of events and circumstances to separate reality from imagination. All four lead performers – Ken Arnold, Julie Price, Regen Wilson and Tracy Teague – manage to convey the mounting strain on the relationships in a highly commendable manner and reveal that they have a clear appreciation of the requirements of writer and director Michael Merino. This was the first time that I had viewed the work of any of these four fine actors and I was very favourably impressed. I will certainly be looking out for more films featuring Regen Wilson who was outstanding.

In a film such as this it is obviously necessary for many scenes to be on the dark side and this is where I must compliment the crew members responsible for the lighting and effects. Even in the scenes mainly lit by lamp and fire, the main elements of room setting and characters’ faces were visible thanks to good technique and effective positioning of incidental lighting.

I was initially attracted to the production of this film when I noted that the cast list included Joe Estevez and Suzi Lorraine – a very accomplished and experienced duo who can be depended upon to produce the goods as required. Joe in the role of caretaker captures the attention with his combination of well timed glances, verbal asides and expressions coupled with a tinge of humour whenever he mysteriously appears in a scene before vanishing as quickly as he arrived. Suzi’s appearances are not frequent but when she does emerge into a scene it is suddenly and always with maximum impact. She really knows how to make the sparks fly as she demonstrates an ability to make the most effective and dramatic use of screen time.

The successful result of this film arises from a combination of an accomplished cast, excellent storyline and its development, intelligent directing and a very suitable structure called Pearson Place. The conclusion certainly provides scope for a welcome sequel!