Tags : The Amityville Horror

TIME TO SAY YOUR PRAYERS: WHEN RELIGION GETS SCARY

The horror film and religion go hand in hand – after all, aren’t both, at their foundation, about overcoming evil? In the new Blumhouse nerve-jangler THE VIGIL, which has been described as “The Conjuring with an Orthodox Jewish twist”, religion is the crux of the plot: set over the course of a long, dark night […]Read More

Second Sight’s Halloween triple bill

With Halloween around the corner, and following the huge success of their limited edition debuts earlier this year, Second Sight is releasing a trio of horror classics on standard edition Blu-ray formats just in time for the witching season.Read More

The Amityville Horror (1979) Review

Even if you have never seen The Amityville Horror you will have heard of it and even if you think you have never heard of it chances are you will have definitely seen one of the hundreds of horror movies that were hugely inspired by it over the years from House all the way up […]Read More

My Amityville Horror (2012) Review

The Amityville Horror is a classic of horror cinema and from the 1979 original with its 7 sequels to the remake in 2005 which spawned 2 further films the iconic house at 112 Ocean Avenue in Amityville, New York is recognizable to all movie-goes as the haunted home that drives any family that resides in […]Read More

The Open Door (2008) Review

Angelica (Cathrine Georges) is a typical high school girl with very typical high school problems. However like any other teenager she believes her trivial tribulations are the most important things in the world.Read More