Hmmm....there's a lot to unpack here, at least for me. I'm not a big fan of these ghost shows. It sure seems to be a bunch of people saying, "dude, did you hear that?" and then nothing...
I also worked at Knott's Berry Farm in California. They had a haunted shack or something that was built into the ground at a weird angle so it caused all kinds of weird natural behavior.
You then put these two things together and I haven't bought into any of this stuff. I know that's strange for a horror guy, but I've always liked my killers grounded rather than supernatural (and probably why I also like Batman better than some loopy concept like Green Lantern).
You do you though. If you like to speculate on ghosts and hauntings then this looks like it will be just the thing for you. I do have to say though if the best they can come up with for the trailer are doors opening and closing, then how are you going to sustain that for 90 minutes?
We ARE in lockdown though and running out of stuff to watch so you may be interested. The movie will be released on May 5th (because what else is Cinco De Mayo known for other than
haunted house movies?). You can preorder here.