Sign In. Amityville It's About Time Video. Hide Spoilers. This one is probably one of the better sequels, and though it doesn't really live up to the classic standards, it sure packs a punch. Unlike the fourth and seventh and eighth sequels, this one delivers far more suspense, though a lot of it is typical and expected, such as the declining sanity of the buyer of anything related to Amityville. It even has some real gore thrown in there
Like across the board. A few were kind of interesting last week, I noted that Amityville II: The Possession had, at the very least, a good helping of twisted incestuous sexuality to keep it lively , but on the whole, these movie are pretty dully made, occasionally rock stupid as in Part 4 , which had a killer lamp , and, most regrettably, never scary. Even bad horror movies can be charming and creative in their gore and nudity. Some of these latter-day Amityville films have some really joyful set pieces. The nature of the evil in the Amityville house has not only moved to other houses, but seems unclear in its goals. I understand that the sink of evil can drive people crazy, and make them perform acts of violence and incest which will happen again, dear readers , but sometimes the ghosts seem active and cogent in their pursuits, and sometimes seem vague and unconnected.
Kill of the Week: Sucked Down the Drain in ‘Amityville: It’s About Time’
Andrea is a complicated woman experiencing normal human emotions. She used to live with him and his two kids at his house. Used to. Years later, Andrea still babysits the kids, now teenagers.
Browse our gift guide. The demonic forces in the haunted Long Island house escape through a mystical lamp which finds its way to a remote California mansion where the evil manipulates a little girl by manifesting itself in the form of her dead father. An old mirror from the haunted Long Island house finds its way into a photographer's family where the evil soon manifests itself to cause more terror and mayhem.