"The Haunting in Connecticut is a 2009 psychological supernatural horror film based on the allegedly true story of a paranormal event in Connecticut.
Set in 1987, the story centers on Matthew Campbell, who is being treated for Hodgkins lymphoma in a hospital in Upstate Connecticut. After seeing the effect the long commute has on Matt, his family rents a nearby house, which they learn was previously a funeral home. They discover a mortuary room in the basement and the family begins experiencing violent and supernatural events that the parents initially blame on stress and hallucinations from Matt's treatment."
(Above taken from here).
This wasn't too bad of a movie. I watched it with Wayne recently, and he loved it. As for me? Well, I wasn't quite as impressed. Don't get me wrong, it wasn't a bad movie, but it wasn't really my cup of tea, so to speak. Actually, I only watched the whole thing because Wayne was watching it too, and enjoying it, and we were in my bedroom watching it on my TV. I figured turning the TV off and going to bed would be a bit mean when he'd been dying to watch it, so I let him watch it all before turning the TV off and sending him out of my room so I could go to bed.