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For God's Sake, Get Out! (2005)

Brand new documentary of all things Amityville. Focuses on the making of the first film and features Kdder and Brolin reminiscing about their experiences of making the film.

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Brand new documentary of all things Amityville. Focuses on the making of the first film and features Kdder and Brolin reminiscing about their experiences of making the film.

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5 April 2005 (USA)  »

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Why not for your own sake?
13 December 2010 | by See all my reviews

This is the shortest of the three documentaries on the 2-Disc Special Edition of 1979's The Amityville Horror(and with the other two being episodes of History's Mysteries, this is the only of them that doesn't have awkward and silly reenactment footage). It consists of interviews, clips of the film(note that it spoils it) and stills. This is basically just the two stars reminiscing separately from one another. At first, they give the studio-pre-approved speech and customary love-fest, and it's pretty bland and only fun if you believe in the superstitious myth that the book and movie were based upon. Gradually they admit that they don't think it truly happened, and do talk a little about the doubt. Then, after Brolin shows that he's man enough to admit that the "coming apart" bit was too much, they go into the sort of clash there was between them when they first met(because of different acting styles, for example... and the "quit nagging me" line is edited in for ironic effect). All in all, it's fine. They just don't go into that much interesting stuff, nor are there cute anecdotes or deep insight into anything about the flick(not that I blame them). I recommend this to those who are curious and have 21 minutes to burn. 6/10


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