To avoid the threat of cancellation, the team of the once-popular TV ghost hunting show "Ghost Sightings" enters Freeling State Penitentiary to capture on video the most convincing apparitional footage. It doesn't take long before the team is faced with vengeful spirits that put their lives in true danger. As the night wears on, it turns deadly - as the team struggles to survive against the prison ghosts that were once vicious murderers.
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Why has this film got four stars on this site? It has considerably less everywhere else there is a review.
So bad it's almost unwatchable. Every single horror cliche is explored by sub-standard actors from inexplicably malfunctioning cameras capturing something to yokels warning the incomers "to stay away from that place, it's bad news!" The special effects are bad, the script is untenable, and while the two leads are passable every other actor is, at best, not getting the "support" they need from the director.
It's 85 minutes long counting the enormous introductory credit sequence and the actual ghost hunt doesn't begin until the forty minutes mark. There is about 36 minutes of actual action and most of that is the anchor of the fictional tv show around which the film is based saying "is anyone there?!" for the camera.