The Black Dahlia Haunting (2012) - Crime, Drama, Horror

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While investigating the murder of her father by her blind younger brother, a young woman disturbs the vengeful spirit of Elizabeth Short, known in legend as "The Black Dahlia".

IMDB: 4.5
Director: Brandon Slagle
Stars: Devanny Pinn, Britt Griffith
Length: 80 Minutes
PG Rating: TV-14
Reviews: 5 out of 31 found boring (16.12%)

One-line Reviews (27)

Devanny Pinn captivates the audience with her stunning portrayal as the beautiful sister to an institutionalized boy, played by Noah Dahl.

Jessica Cameron as the lovely Marilyn Monroe was impressive and delightfully entertaining, as was Noah Dahl in his role as a young man who is institutionalized for the murder of his parents.

It was an intense experience and pulled no punches when it came to showing Elizabeth Short for who she really was, though you still feel bad for what happen to her in the end.

It is evident the writer did his research thoroughly and stuck to the facts of the main story very closely(location of events, grotesque torture details,background of characters) and then added a few unexpected twists and turns that will keep you on edge.

I enjoyed it!

Slagle kept me guessing, making this a thrilling tale that kept me glued to my seat.

This profoundly gripping film written and directed by Brandon Slagle was nothing short of brilliant.

It was so intriguing that I attended both screenings.

Great casting and direction by Brandon Slagle and Devanny Pinn gives a thrilling performance.

" The boring present is eventually interrupted by boring flashbacks to 1947.

The Female Lead, Devanny Pinn, also stunning, goes through changes in the film that, while subtle, have actions that speak louder than words, and ultimately employs some empathy for her Character.

The ending was a bit predictable.

Their scenes together were the most intense of the movie.

Worst movie i have ever seen.

" The boring present is eventually interrupted by boring flashbacks to 1947.

Suspenseful and disturbing in all the right places .

The chemistry between them was riveting.

it makes the story intriguing!

This was one of the most entertaining and intriguing Independent films that I've seen in years.

Brandon Slagle's direction and screen play are riveting.

Overall, The Black Dahlia haunting is an enjoyable movie.

Very intriguing .

Also with the man named Malcolm (Brandon Slagle) who found the knife that I guess killed Elizabeth Short, was a little confusing to me.

The Cave Scene at the Beginning Needs Viewer Attention Or You'll Miss That Character Developing and His Part in the Plot but That was Made up for by the Quite Unexpected Change In The Female Character Towards the End .

It was too slow getting to the main part of the story.

Slagle left me feeling his characters anguish and despair, while at the same time intriguing me with his crazy and erratic behavior, never sure what his next move might be.

Brian Owen) on several occasions and all I can say is I will have to look at him in a whole new light.. For the most part I like this movie, it was kind of slow paced in a few places.