“Armenian Haunting”: A Necessary History Lesson, An Unnecessary Film


Trash Film Guru

In recent years, micro-budget VOD steaming horror releases have become something of my stock-in-trade around these parts —  and yet, in recent months, as I’ve devoted most of my blogging time to getting a good backlog of material up on my Four Color Apocalypse comics review site, I’ve had disturbingly little time to not only write about, but to even watch them. Still, despite very little “wiggle room” in my schedule of late, once in awhile you just gotta scratch the “homemade horror” itch, and to that effect, last night I was browsing through the new additions on Amazon Prime, and settled on a very recent (as in, 2018) release from writer/director Art Arutyunyan entitled Armenian Haunting, purportedly focused on a family curse that dates back to the days of the Armenian genocide at the hands of the Turks in the early 20th century.

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One response to ““Armenian Haunting”: A Necessary History Lesson, An Unnecessary Film

  1. Pingback: Lisa’s Week In Review — 5/28/18 — 6/3/18 | Through the Shattered Lens

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