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FANTÔME: The Haunting of Brentwood Wine Bistro (2017)

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Author Stephen Lancaster and expert paranormal investigators spend nine years researching the paranormal phenomena inside the Brentwood Wine Bistro revealing a full bodied apparition.

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James Burris ...
Himself
Ross Hancock ...
Himself
Eddie Hughes ...
Himself
Steven LaChance ...
Himself (archive footage)
Stephen Lancaster ...
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Eric Masson ...
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Kim Masson ...
Herself
Kevin P. McCray ...
Himself
Crystal Meuse ...
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Mike Neff ...
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Christina Parker ...
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Betty Schmid ...
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Bob Schmid ...
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Fonda Stalvey ...
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Phil Summers ...
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Author Stephen Lancaster and expert paranormal investigators reveal nine years worth of research in favor of an authentic haunting inside the historic Brentwood Wine Bistro. Compiled as a documentary, the film explores the video evidence, the history and testimonies concerning the supernatural happenings at the Bistro leading up to revealing a full bodied apparition. Written by Anonymous

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TV-PG

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13 October 2017 (USA)  »

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$100,000 (estimated)
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16:9 HD
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Brentwood owner Chef Eric Masson once considered selling the building when the haunting hit it's apex. See more »

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Stephen Lancaster: One thing that is certain, the house never died and is very much alive.
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Crazy Credits

Following the credits there is a scene in which the kitchen door opens without human intervention behind the crew. The only people in the building were the four in the kitchen. See more »

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the truth is out there..........
13 October 2017 | by See all my reviews

....and the truth IS really out there.

this definitely had a unique approach. unlike most stale documentaries, this one was accented very nicely with music.

i'm not really sure how to explain it other than it's a documentary with the qualities of a horror film if that makes sense.

my only real quality with the movie was some of the dialog was often hard to hear. i would recommend watching with headphones to get the full effect.

pros definitely go to offering up footage of alleged paranormal activity that had some substance and not just investigators saying they heard or saw something. we actually get to see it to and the movie shows it to you with different angles to solidify their findings.

the restaurant looks really nice and you could tell the employees were genuine.

seemed awfully short too, but most documentaries on Netflix are around an hour.

give it a try.


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