It seems that the producers' goal in following up The Haunting in Connecticut with Ghosts of Georgia is to produce a series of creepy horror movies that are based on documented events of the supernatural. That's all fine and good, but it doesn't make a title like The Haunting in Connecticut 2: Ghosts of Georgia a good idea. Yes, you need to wedge your "Part 1" title into the "Part 2" title somehow, but let's be honest here. Georgia and Connecticut are pretty much opposites. But enough about the goofy title. The movie's the thing, obviously.