The Haunting Lodge: Review

The Haunting Lodge: Review

Kendall Whelpton and his wife, Vera have been investigating paranormal activity for years. The quest for evidence of the unknown has been their lives and it brings them to a farm where it’s said that a house holds Native American spirits that regularly contact the living. So, packing up and moving in, the Whelptons interview the house’s owner and his neighbours in order to get to the bottom of it all. However, further investigation gives them brand new experiences.

The Haunting Lodge is a documentary directed by Kendall and Vera Whelpton, following an investigation involving their work in supernatural investigation. A journey that takes them into what usually could be a set up for a horror movie is presented as reality as the team dig deeper.

These kinds of documentary shows are very popular, especially at this time of year and for those who believe, then it can be a fascinating watch. However, there are also sceptics who enjoy them equally because some of these shows go so far over the top that it’s entertaining to watch how silly it all is.



The Whelptons certainly know how to structure a story as well and as mentioned before, it does indeed start off like a typically clichéd horror movie. That’s not to say that it isn’t entertaining though, because even if you don’t believe, there’s still a story to be told.

Doing all the things that you may expect from a show such as this, The Haunting Lodge sets its scene well, heightening tension with music and an eerie atmosphere. It may even do better than most fictional horror for setting the right mood.

However, for those who don’t believe a word of it, then it’s hard to see how The Haunting Lodge is doing anything to change their minds. The Whelptons may have been in this business for a while, but their eagerness to find evidence of the other side often clouds their judgement as they never seem to question it outright.

An entertaining watch with an interesting premise, The Haunting Lodge gives its audience everything they may want without going too far. However, don’t expect to be converted if you think it’s all fake.


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