Ghost Attack on Sutton Street

Ghost Attack on Sutton Street

On DVD: 
Tuesday, July 10, 2012
Running Time: 
80 minutes

Ghost Attack on Sutton Street is the biggest waste of time I've seen in quite a while. UK Paranormal Expert Lee Roberts takes a team of people into the notoriously haunted Old Street Market of Sutton Town in England. Within minutes they experience noises and thermal changes, and they are contacted by four spirits. A table moves slightly, and a glass is used like an ouija board to communicate with the ghosts. It tells them not to split up, so they split up to investigate.

What follows is a collection of footage of people talking very calmly, droning the audience to sleep, punctuated by moments of tapping or other small sounds, and thermal images of hand prints on walls. A glass breaks, matchbox cars move and eventually a door slams, at which point the investigators flee.

After watching this film I simply don't know what it was trying to do. Is this real? Is this one of those hoax movies? Is it a horror movie that simply fails to be at all scary? The one thing I am certain of is that watching Ghost Attack on Sutton Street was a complete waste of an hour and a half of my time. Don't make the same mistake.

Review by Jason Pace
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