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Release Date:
16 July 1992 (USA) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
The Terror Returns With a Vengence See more »
Plot:
Jacob Sterling brings home a mysterious clock from the infamous Amityville house, not knowing that it's haunted by demonic spirits. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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A much needed breath of fresh air See more (34 total) »

Cast

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Directed by
Tony Randel 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
John G. Jones (book "Amityville: The Evil Escapes")

John G. Jones (story)

Christopher DeFaria (screenplay) &
Antonio Toro (screenplay)

Produced by
Barry Bernardi .... executive producer
Christopher DeFaria .... producer
Jenny Fitzgibbons .... associate producer
John G. Jones .... co-producer
Steve White .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Daniel Licht (music by)
 
Cinematography by
Christopher Taylor (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Rick Finney 
 
Casting by
Robin Monroe 
 
Production Design by
Kim Hix 
 
Set Decoration by
Natalie Pope  (as Natali Pope)
 
Costume Design by
Randall Thropp 
 
Makeup Department
Brenda Blatt .... assistant hair stylist
Brenda Blatt .... assistant makeup artist
Susan Reiner .... key hair stylist
Susan Reiner .... key makeup artist
 
Production Management
Edward Flotard .... executive in charge of production
Debbie Hayn-Cass .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Tom Milo .... first assistant director
Franklin A. Vallette .... second assistant director (as Franklin Vallette)
 
Art Department
Charles Anderson .... painter
Jason Bakutis .... swing
Hank Carlson .... model maker
Glenn M. Carrere .... lead man (as Glenn Carrere)
Steve Davis .... carpenter
Mark Fenlason .... model maker
Caroline Good .... lead scenic artist
Peter Gum .... property master
Nikki Hevesy .... art department coordinator
Michael Kauffman .... assistant props
Robert S. McDonald .... carpenter (as Bob McDonald)
David Mesloh .... model maker
Roy Rodriguez .... on-set dresser
Rosel Weedn .... scenic artist (as Rosel Evestar Weedn)
Mark Fenlason .... props (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Kris Campbell .... adr mixer
Ellen Heuer .... foley artist
Jeremy Hoenack .... sound re-recordist
Lisa Storr Hoenack .... foley artist
Arthur Jackson .... boom operator
Steve Jaszkowiak .... foley mixer
Ingeborg Larson .... sound editor
Phil Norden .... sound editor (as Phillip Norden)
Melissa Peabody .... sound editor
Claude Riggins .... sound mixer
Melissa Sherwood Hofmann .... sound re-recordist
Sabrina Stephenson .... sound editor
David M. Weishaar .... sound re-recordist (as David Weishaar)
Joseph Zappala .... sound designer
 
Visual Effects by
Peter Kuran .... visual effects creator: VCE, Inc.
 
Stunts
Tony Hugghins .... stunts
Millie Novak .... stunts
Brad Overturf .... stunts
Gary Paul .... stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Joseph P. Clem .... best boy electric (as Joe Clem)
Darryl Cowherd .... electrician (as Darryl Cowherd Jr.)
Joseph Dianda .... best boy (as Joey DiAnda)
Denis Hann .... key grip
Klaus Hoch .... dolly grip
Adam Jones .... gaffer
Steven Kline .... assistant camera
Christian Lamb .... camera loader
Patricia Lee .... electrician (as Patty Lee)
William J. McDevitt .... grip (as Billy McDevitt)
Steven Wagner .... second assistant camera
Donell Wiley .... electrician
Dennis Wong .... grip
 
Casting Department
Alan Berman .... casting associate
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Esther Eun .... wardrobe assistant
 
Editorial Department
Stephen Goetsch .... apprentice editor
Tony Mizgalski .... associate editor (as Tony Mitzgalski)
Sidney Wolinsky .... additional editor
Barry Zetlin .... associate editor
 
Music Department
Linda Koci .... music administrator
Josh Rosen .... music programmer
 
Transportation Department
Curtis Larson .... driver
David 'Bear' Ortiz .... driver (as David Ortiz)
Benjamin Rivera .... transportation coordinator (as Benny Rivera)
 
Other crew
Luis G. Benavides .... craft service (as Luis Benavides)
Kristen Branan .... office production assistant
Diane Cornell .... production accountant (as Diane Krell)
Steve Gehrke .... script supervisor
David J. Greenberg .... office production assistant (as Dave Greenberg)
Toni Maier .... location manager
Sara Mata .... project coordinator
David McClure .... set production assistant
Brian McMillan .... animal wrangler
Carlos Ramírez .... security (as Carlos Ramirez)
Julia Seltz .... production secretary
Kathryn Takis .... production coordinator
B.J. Witz .... craft service
Rick Conrad .... location manager (uncredited)
Rick Conrad .... location scout (uncredited)
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Amityville: It's About Time" - USA (DVD title)
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MPAA:
Rated R for horror violence, sensuality and language
Runtime:
95 min
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Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »
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Certification:
Australia:M | Germany:18 | UK:18 | USA:R (Certificate #31575)

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Trivia:
In it's original release, the movie was officially titled "Amityville 1992: It's about time". When it was released on DVD almost 10 years later, it had a new box and the "1992" was dropped from the title. During the opening titles you can see a black box over the spot where "1992" should appear in the title.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: When Dr. Stafford is taking a bath and the sludge starts to come out the faucet he runs his hands through his hair getting sludge in it and on his face, in the next shot the sludge is suddenly gone.See more »
Quotes:
Jacob Sterling:[Last Lines] What the hell was that all about?
Andrea Livingston:It's about time, that's what.
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Movie Connections:
Version of Amityville: The Evil Escapes (1989) (TV)See more »
Soundtrack:
YOUNG AND THE RESTLESSSee more »

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6 out of 8 people found the following review useful.
A much needed breath of fresh air, 6 July 2008
Author: sgtking from United States

After the special effects heavy '3-D,' the hokiness of 'The Evil Escapes,' and the barely related 'The Amityville Curse,' the haunted house series that started in 1979 either needed a permanent rest or a shot of life in the arm. In 1992 Republic Pictures released the sixth installment straight to video and after the blandness that was the previous installment I don't imagine it was met with much enthusiasm. And lets be honest, the world really didn't need another 'Amityville' sequel did it? But to the surprise of some viewers this sequel was actually not too bad. In fact it's actually rather good; more than it has any right to be.

Pros: Has some of the best writing in the series. Strong performances from everyone involved. A really nice score from Daniel Licht, who kind of made a career out scoring direct-to-video sequels in the 90s. Moves at a fine pace. Some creative and graphic death scenes. Excellent work on the special and make-up effects. A couple really intense and scary sequences. Predictable is not a word I would use when describing this film. Cool twist ending.

Cons: Though not a bad directing job it's nothing spectacular, especially compared to Tony Randel's work on 'Hellbound: Hellraiser II.' The finale is exciting, but also maybe a bit too over-the-top. Lacks the feeling of dread and sharp scares of the first two.

Final thoughts: I'd always enjoyed the first four films in this series, but never thought that highly of them. I also never expected this sequel to be as good as it is. Nowadays the majority of sequels that go straight to the video store shelf aren't watchable and a complete waste of time and money, but 'Amityville 1992' is one of those rare examples of one done right.

My rating: 4/5

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