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31 scary movie moments - 15) Flies attack Father Delaney in The Amityville Horror (1979)

One of the most infamous haunted houses, 112 Ocean Avenue, Amityville, has many terrors inside in this classic 1979 horror. There’s a secret spooky room in the basement, red eyes peeking through a window, blood seeping out of the walls and windows slamming down on their own. 35 more words

Cult Movie Essentials: Bloodbath at the House of Death (1984)

Written by Ray Cameron and Barry Cryer, and directed by Cameron, Bloodbath at the House of Death was a comedy horror that set out to spoof the likes of The Amityville Horror. 167 more words

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The Amityville Horror

To release the Halloween vibes I started my first day off in October with watching a horrorfilm in the right decoration.

I chose The Amityville Horror, but this time the remake (from I think it is 2005) with Ryan Reynolds. 255 more words

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Preview Film: Amityville: The Awakening (2017)

Fenomena rumah kuno berhantu masih menjadi daya tarik utama bagi para produser film-film horror. Salah satu yang paling legendaris adalah haunted house yang terletak di Amityville, New York, Amerika Serikat. 421 more words

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Time's Tell

It is every artists’ hope that their work stands the test of time.  And yet, every creation is a product of its time, and it is hard to anticipate what future-audiences will perceive as “dated.” 204 more words

Amityville Horror Film '1974' in the Works at Broad Green

Broad Green Pictures is going back to Amityville with the horror film “1974.”

Broad Green said on Wednesday that a production start date for the film, to be directed by Casey La Scala from a script he wrote, and produced by Eli Roth and Todd Garner, is still being determined. 219 more words

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The Amityville Horror (1979) | For God's Sake, Get It On Blu-ray!

Based on an allegedly real-life paranormal encounter experienced by George and Kathleen Lutz in the mid-1970s, AIP’s The Amityville Horror scared the willies out of me when I saw it on the big screen back in 1979. 330 more words

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