Raymond has a prestigious MBA, but he can't find work. He can channel the paranormal, but chatting with a cute girl mystifies him. Kicked out of his big city apartment, Raymond returns home to his overbearing mother, ex-jock father, and beer-bellied classmates. But when a vengeful ghost terrorizes the small town, the city-boy recruits Becca, a badass local bartender, to solve the mystery of the spirit threatening everyone's lives.
||January 31st, 2015 (Limited) by FilmBuff|
||R for sexual content, language, some violence and drug material.|
(Rating bulletin 2295, 10/23/2013)
||Video-on-Demand Premiere, You Can't Go Home Again, Dysfunctional Family, Life in a Small Town, Bigotry, LGBT, Hauntings, Psychics|
|Production Method:||Live Action|
Suburban Gothic is the second film from Richard Bates, Jr.. His first movie was Excision, which was excellent, but extreme enough that even fans of body horror might not enjoy it. Is Suburban Gothic as good as his first film? Does it have a wider appeal? Is it at least worth checking out on Video on Demand?
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