Here's your first clip from The Haunting in Connecticut 2: Ghosts of Georgia, the movie they couldn't just call The Haunting in Georgia for some reason. Two things are clear from this scene: 1) That dog is probably not going to make it to the end of the movie. 2) This film is really committing to the idea of using the horrors of slavery as the basis for its ghost story. Which is a great idea, except that it can easily go horribly wrong — you can see how in this clip, in fact.
Still, maybe in the wake of Django Unchained, it's the perfect time for more over-the-top, pulpy pop culture that plays with one of the most festering wounds in our national memory.