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18 February 1997 (USA) See more »
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A children's doll house, which is a miniature of the infamous haunted Long Island house, is given to a young girl where the demonic evil soon comes out to cause more terror. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Directed by
Steve White 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Joshua Michael Stern 

Produced by
Cheryl Cook .... associate producer (as Cheryl L. Cook)
Zane W. Levitt .... producer
David Newlon .... executive producer
Jennifer Robinson .... co-producer
Steve White .... producer
Mark Yellen .... producer
Original Music by
Ray Colcord 
Cinematography by
Thomas L. Callaway  (as Tom Callaway)
Film Editing by
Kert Vandermeulen 
Casting by
Laura Schiff 
Production Design by
Jerry Fleming 
Set Decoration by
Sarah Alcorn  (as Sarah Brooks Alcorn)
Costume Design by
Nanette M. Acosta 
Makeup Department
Constance Hall .... key hair stylist
Constance Hall .... key makeup artist
Roy Knyrim .... special makeup effects
Amanda Llewellyn .... assistant hair stylist
Amanda Llewellyn .... assistant makeup artist
Jerry Macaluso .... special makeup effects
Production Management
Cheryl Cook .... unit production manager (as Cheryl L. Cook)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Sarah Casper .... second second assistant director
James Grayford .... second assistant director
Eddie Ziv .... first assistant director
Art Department
Laine Abramson .... scenic artist
Gert Broekema .... property assistant
Tom Cappelletti .... property master
John Garry .... art swing gang
Inga Helgesson .... scenic artist
Jose Sepulveda .... construction labor
Raymond Sepulveda .... carpenter
Dan Sherrill .... on-set dresser
Tracy Singleton .... scenic artist
Wayne Springfield .... construction coordinator
Charles Tillman .... painter
David Vance .... art swing gang
Dan Whifler .... construction coordinator
Jonathan Woods .... storyboard artist
Sound Department
Mark Allen .... sound effects editor
Maxim Carl .... adr recordist
James R. Einolf .... production sound mixer
Ken Ginnaty .... boom operator
Patrick M. Griffith .... supervising sound editor
Wayne Scott Joness .... sound effects editor
Jeff King .... sound effects editor
John Kohlbrenner .... sound effects editor
Robert Lee .... assistant dialogue editor
Chris Longo .... dialogue editor
Jeff Mar .... adr editor
Jeff Mar .... dialogue editor
Michael McCarty .... foley recordist
Cynthia Merrill .... foley artist
Daniel D. Monahan .... production sound mixer
T.A. Moore Jr. .... sound re-recording mixer (as Tom Moore)
Paul N.J. Ottosson .... sound effects editor
Jesse Pomeroy .... dialogue editor
Ken Poteat .... dialogue editor
Thomas Richter .... dialogue editor
Stephen P. Robinson .... sound effects editor (as Steve Robinson)
Debby VanPoucke .... sound effects editor
James Wright .... stereo sound consultant
Lisa Hannan .... sound effects editor (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Larry Roberts .... pyrotechnic effects
Josh Foster .... special effects assistant (uncredited)
Visual Effects by
Keith Allan .... titles & opticals
Mark Allan .... opticals
David Hayes .... optical lineup (as Dave Hayes)
David Fred Masselink .... optical line-up
David Hugghins .... stunts
Tony Hugghins .... stunts
Millie Novak .... stunts
Gary Paul .... stunt coordinator
Ellen G. Statham .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Joel Arnold .... best boy electric
Don Brown .... assistant camera: second unit
Neal Brown .... photographer: second unit
Sean Cohen .... gaffer
Michael Colbert .... electrician
Troy Cook .... photographer: second unit
Mark Cumming .... grip
Peter J. Dacey .... additional assistant camera (as Peter Dacy)
Paul DeMarte .... second assistant camera
Melissa Elliott .... title design photographer (as Melissa Limmer)
Nick Franco .... additional grip
Christopher Franey .... grip
Erica Froker .... additional assistant camera
Brad Heiner .... key grip
Kelly Jones .... electrician: second unit
James 'Kat' Katsikides .... dolly grip
Ron La Manna .... electrician: second unit
Ron La Manna .... swing grip
Ken Longballa .... additional electrician
Mark Marchetti .... best boy electric
Greg McCurley .... best boy grip
Keith Ogier .... first assistant camera
Duane Osterlind .... additional assistant camera
Caitlin Phillips .... second second assistant camera
Robert Powell .... electrician
David Schreiber .... second second assistant camera
Peter Shaner .... additional electrician
Alec Shepherd .... additional grip
James Lawrence Spencer .... photographer: second unit
Thomas Vozza .... still photographer
Michael Weaver .... photographer: second unit (as Mike Weaver)
Animation Department
Eric Hossner .... animation photographer
Michelle 'Miki' Weiss .... title animation designer
Casting Department
Erik DeSando .... extras casting (as Eric DeSando)
Eliott Goretsky .... casting assistant
Debe Waisman .... extras casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Carla Shivener .... wardrobe supervisor
Editorial Department
J.R. Post .... negative cutter
Eric Vizents .... assistant film editor
Chuck Winston .... color timer
Music Department
Linda Koci .... music supervisor
Transportation Department
Joseph Corso .... driver
Rick Flapper .... driver
Charles Gatson .... driver
Roger Greer .... driver: honeywagon
Donald Hurd .... transportation captain
Bill Kellman .... driver
David Rockwell .... driver
Howard Rutman .... transportation coordinator
Other crew
Mark Allan .... titles
Hector Barron .... set production assistant
Brian Brock .... set medic
Terri Carsley .... office production assistant
Steve Cook .... location assistant
Orion V. Cox .... craft service (as Orion Cox)
Jeffrey L. Davidson .... production executive: Zeta
Pat Denver .... dollhouse effects
David Gillespie .... animal wrangler
Dino Gioia .... production associate: Spectacor
Christine Good .... script supervisor
Abraham Gordon .... production executive: Spectacor
Karina Grotz .... assistant to director
Terrence Hargis .... set production assistant
Delfino Hernandez .... set production assistant
Steve Housewright .... location manager (as Steven E. Housewright)
Nicholas Kingston .... assistant production coordinator
Mike Krone .... office production assistant
Claudine Magre .... production coordinator
John McMinn .... location assistant
Larry Michalski .... color executive
Candace Modrell .... assistant: Mr. Lewis
Jonathan Mundale .... production executive: Spectacor
Julius 'Butch' Naveira .... assistant production accountant
Robert Pfeffer .... production accountant
James P. Rowan .... set production assistant
Douglas Salkin .... post-production audio coordinator
Leah Tarpy .... assistant: Mr. Yellen
Gregg Videgain .... motorcycle wrangler (as Buster Videgain)
April Wood .... assistant production coordinator
Mitchell A. Gould .... assistant production coordinator (uncredited)
Crew believed to be complete

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Amityville Dollhouse: Evil Never Dies" - USA (alternative title)
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Rated R for horror violence, sexuality, and some language
93 min
Sound Mix:
Argentina:16 | Australia:MA | France:-12 (theatrical release) | Germany:16 | New Zealand:R16 | South Korea:15 | UK:18 | USA:R (Certificate #34409)

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On the original poster art, and the UK cover art, the scene is more from Amityville: The Evil Escapes (1989). You can tell because the lamp from the fourth movie is in front of the girl on the floor, and it's clear that she's in the attic from the fourth movie. Also, the girl in the poster is not Rachel Duncan (Jessica), but instead Brandy Gold from the fourth movie.See more »
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2 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
Okay, time to put the series to rest, 25 March 2011
Author: udar55 from Williamsburg, VA

Bill Martin (Robin Thomas) and his new wife Claire (Starr Andreeff) move into the new house he built in the California mountains. In a shed outback he finds a cute little dollhouse designed just like the famous Amityville, NY abode. How this got here or who built it is never explained. This is no Barbie Dream House though as this dollhouse crushes Bill's gift bike for his daughter's birthday and the parents resort to the "this should make a great gift" routine. The eighth and final Amityville flick before they did the remake. After part 3, the producers felt they could circumvent the whole Amityville house thing by having various possessed items from the house be the gateway to terror. So we had a lamp (AMITYVILLE: THE EVIL ESCAPES), a confessional (THE AMITYVILLE CURSE), a clock (AMITYVILLE: IT'S ABOUT TIME) and a mirror (AMITYVILLE: A NEW GENERATION). So I guess a dollhouse isn't that ridiculous. This is actually a two-for-one deal as we get a possessed recycled fireplace too (there is general confusion as the house was built on foundation of an old house that blew up to suggest it was the Amityville house, but this is clearly set in California). I'm just glad they stopped with this one or we would have ended up with the likes of possessed toaster in AMITYVILLE: YOU'RE TOAST. Or an evil stove in AMITYVILLE: YOUR BLOOD BOILS. One thing this sequel does that is surprising is bring back the taboo sex angle from part 2, along they play it a bit safer with the stepmom lusting for the stepson. Other than that, it is pretty routine stuff with the occasional cool effect here and there (like the progressively rotting dad who haunts his young son a la John Landis' werewolf classic).

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