Muirhouse

Film and TV Genre
Horror
Released
20/06/13
Media Format
DVD-Video
Video Format
PAL
DVD Region
4 (Region 4 & Multi-Region only)

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Description
In 2007 Phillip Muirhouse began a promotional book tour on supernatural phenomena. As a publicity stunt he was to be filmed inside a local tourist trap, The Monte Cristo Homestead, known as the most haunted house in Australia. He spent one night in the house. The events, which took place, were recorded in real time on audio devices and night vision cameras. By morning three people were discovered dead. This is the footage
Actors
Director
Tanzeal Rahim
Number of Discs
1
Run Time (minutes)
75
Audio Format
Dolby Digital 5.1 - English
Film Rating (Australia)
M
Year of release
2012
Language
English
Transfer Aspect Ratio
16:9
Additional Information
A Video Tour of the house; Short Documentary featuring interviews with the Owners of the Montecristo
Directors Commentary
Theatrical trailer
Lead Actors Commentary
Short Ghost Hunt video of the Montecristo
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