Watch A Haunting on Hamilton Street
- 1 hr 18 min
A Haunting on Hamilton Street is a 2010 horror film directed by Steven 'Prozak' Shippy. The movie is a documentary-style presentation that claims to be a real-life account of a paranormal investigation into a haunted house on Hamilton Street in Saginaw, Michigan. The film stars Andrew Calder, Charles Cox, and Adam Eugenio as the investigators who spend three months recording paranormal phenomena in the house. The film begins with a brief introduction to the history of the house on Hamilton Street. The house was built in the 1890s and has a long and sordid history. The previous occupants of the house all report strange occurrences, including unexplainable sounds, doors opening and closing on their own, and objects moving on their own. The film then introduces the three investigators, who are all paranormal enthusiasts with a passion for investigating haunted locations. They set up cameras and audio equipment throughout the house, hoping to capture evidence of the paranormal activity that has been reported. The investigation begins innocently enough, with the investigators hearing unexplainable sounds and sensing a general feeling of unease in the house. However, over time the activity in the house begins to escalate. The investigators capture footage of doors opening and closing on their own, objects moving by themselves, and even disembodied voices. As the investigation progresses, the investigators start to experience strange things themselves. One investigator reports seeing a ghostly figure moving through the house, while another claims to have been physically touched by an unseen presence. Throughout the film, the investigators interview previous occupants of the house, who all describe similar experiences of unexplainable phenomena. They also consult with paranormal experts and mediums, who confirm their suspicions that the house is haunted by several restless spirits. The documentary-style presentation of the film adds to its sense of authenticity. There are no special effects or jump scares, just a slow-building sense of dread and unease as the investigators uncover more and more evidence of the paranormal activity in the house. The film also does a good job of building tension and suspense, with the investigations often taking place in the dark and the investigators never entirely sure what they might encounter next. Overall, A Haunting on Hamilton Street is a chilling and unsettling exploration of a real-life haunted house. Its documentary-style presentation and lack of artificial scares make it an effective and engaging horror film that will leave viewers wondering just how much of it is real.