Just finished watching The St. Francisville Experiment. Kind of a cross between MTV's awesome Fear and The Blair Witch Project, which got over-hyped but was still creepy the first time I watched it.
Here lie my problems. I did a search for the movie, but I can't find anything that says one way or another if any of it was real. To be honest, some of it was timed well enough that I would believe it was staged. However, parts of it seemed real enough. (Example: the girl eating the cockroach. This ain't </u>Fear Factor</u>.) And there is no credit (listed in the credits or in the unlisted credits) for the african guy towards the end. If anyone can give me a site that mentions the reality of this, please let me know. My imagination is still crawling about the final scene. Ok, and while we're discussing the movie itself, a review I found on-line mentioned something about interviews with the participants at the end. These aren't on the video. Are they on DVD? Another Problem I'm having is that I think the movie gave George and Meridith (the ghosts we have living here) some BAD ideas. Ambient sound around the apartment is skyrocketing, and I noticed a nice cold spot in the living room when I got up to get a drink. And I think I saw George in a reflection on this monitor. If it was him, he's kinda handsome. And well dressed. Even if I do have to ask him nicely to not get any ideas from any ghost movie I bring home. I shudder to think what life around here would be like if I brought home The Amityville Horror some night. Ok, dawn is soon, so I can relax.