Restoration (I) (2016)

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During home renovations, a young couple release a fiery spirit seeking retribution. To save themselves and set the spirit free, they must uncover the dire truth. But nothing is as simple as it seems...




  • Emily O'Brien and Adrian Gaeta in Restoration (2016)
  • Pam Hyatt in Restoration (2016)
  • Anna Harr in Restoration (2016)
  • Zack Ward and Emily O'Brien in Restoration (2016)
  • Restoration (2016)
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20 July 2019 | BA_Harrison
| The other two films were rubbish too.
There's a very good reason why there are Robbie Williams CDs in most charity shops - it's the same reason that a film like The Haunted (AKA Restoration) can also be found on the same shelves: they're absolute rubbish! I picked up The Haunted as part of a '3 for a pound' deal, and still feel cheated.

Written by, directed by, and starring Zack Ward, there's clearly one person we can blame for this godawful film: hang your head in shame Mr. Ward, for your supernatural horror is a failure on almost every level - it's not scary, it's full of clichés, and is instantly forgettable (I'm writing this review a day later and am struggling to remember what the film is about).

From what I can recall, the plot revolves around a married couple who move into a new house that requires remodelling; while wife Rebecca, a doctor, is at work saving lives, hubby Todd (Adrian Gaeta) gets to work knocking down walls, when he finds an old teddy bear hidden in a cavity. During a bear fight with his wife (!), the couple discover something hidden inside the stuffed toy: a diary belonging to a young girl, the contents of which lead them to try and solve a murder. What happens next is a little hazy, the dull nature of the plot and pedestrian direction leaving me struggling to stay awake till the end.

3/10. Only marginally more entertaining than a Robbie Williams CD.

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