While it adds nothing new to the haunted-house genre, “The Haunting in Connecticut” is a decent entry in that column, and one that works better at home than it did in theaters. Many looked at its PG-13 rating and deemed it a TV movie, but you know what? Embrace that label, dim the lights and press play, and see if it isn’t just a wee bit creepier from the couch.
The lovely Virginia Madsen (who just gets better as she gets older) headlines the fact-based fright flick as Sara Campbell, whose son Matt (Kyle Gallner) has cancer, and treatments force the family to move into an old house in the Nutmeg State. Initially unbeknownst to them, it formerly was the site of not only a funeral parlor, but s