The Haunting in Connecticut is already the fifth most profitable film of the year, after it did solid coin Stateside, on a small budget. Being that it's Lionsgate who produced the film, you can bet your arse that sequels will follow until the teat of the mother is nothing more than a dried up, hanging piece of skin. They are responsible for the awful Saw series, after all. Anyhow, the new film will be called The Haunting in Georgia, and will be set around a new family having the shite scared out of them by supernatural occurrences. If that one makes money, then expect The Haunting in Hawaii at some point, as they run out of States, and just go to shoot there for the weather. Ti West is to direct this one.