Starring: James Arthur Lewis, Matthew Temple, Michael Gaglio, Brett A. Newton, Diana Terranova & more.
This film follows the path of the recently 'found footage" style of Horror flicks that have been coming out in the past few years. In this flick a group of paranormal investigators who spend a night in the former house of serial killer John Wayne Gacy in hopes of finding his ghost. They find what they are looking for and wish they hadn't. The Gacy house had long since been destroyed, but another house has been built on the grounds. They soon make contact with the spirits of his 33 tortured victims. The film has a lot of holes in the story. There is a witch or some spiritual guide that is trying to help the investigators, but they seem to ignore her. The filming was pretty bad and a lot of the footage had no real meaning, except to fill space. They do rip of some same type of scenes from other "found footage" films like THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT & PARANORMAL ACTIVITY. This film has really nothing at all to do with John Wayne Gacy and was just a ploy to use the famed serial killers name to pull people in. This film seemed to be made for the tween generation that likes simple, no thought type Horror films that gives you a few scares here and there.