Eager to start anew, the family of Todd and Jessica, along with their teenage daughter, Hailey, move in with the troubled relative, Aunt Shae, who, unwittingly, is living in a cursed house in Amityville. Before long, Shae starts experiencing strange and vivid hallucinations, and, little by little, a dark supernatural force creeps into the house. Now, a well-hidden secret which dates back decades is about to resurface, as the demonic stranglehold on Shae ushers in a new era of terror. Has the unsuspecting family walked right into a trap? Can they set themselves free from Amityville's infernal portal?Written by
The poster features the 'Phantom Manor' attraction from Disneyland Paris with just a couple minor tweaks. This house is not the one used in the movie. See more »
In the opening scene, it shows the dirt bike on an angle in the bed of the pickup with the tailgate closed. On arrival at their destination a few minutes later, but bike is secured straight in the bed of the pickup with the tailgate down. See more »
No, No , No, Nooooooo
Why? That is the question. Why? I am a huge follower of anything relating to the Amityville Haunting case, especially 112 Ocean Ave. This movie has NO RELEVANCE whatsoever to this topic. It seems that they added the name Amityville into the title to encourage people to watch. I wouldn't bother! I bet the Defeo and Lutz families are turning over in the grave at this awful movie. Poor acting Poor story lines Poor everything. If you are looking for a scary, jumpy haunting movie, them I am afraid this is not what you'll be looking for. I was very excited when I sat in the movie theatre seat, coffee and popcorn all ready. The curtains opened, the lights went down, and the hairs on my neck stood tall. Fast forward half hour, and people around me were not taking any notice, nodding off to sleep, some even yawning.
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