I guess I expected more from this film. I watched it only for Bela Lugosi - and it's his earliest surviving film. I wanted to like this movie - I really did but the film really lacked a better story.
Lovely film! I read the book as a teen, I remembered enjoying it. The film: I confess I bought the film for Sean Bean - but would have enjoyed it even if he wasn't in the movie.
Beauty's story almost brought me to tears a few times -- mainly the relationship of him and Ginger - got the feels watching.
These are some of the brattiest and most terrifying "creepy kids" ever on film. IDK who is worse: Malachi or Issac? Issac is the (evil) reverend that started it all but it is Malachi that has the strongest lust for blood - murder or umm sacrifices "to He Who Walks Behind The Rows"" and will even defy Issac to kill.
This film is a classic horror in it's own right. It's a part of the 60's through 80's horror classics…
A classic haunted house film. A beautiful old house in a lovely setting that a lot of people can only dream about living in. But there is something quite out of the ordinary about the old Amityville home, something evil that lurks within the walls of the house.
The Amityville Horror is a classic "haunted house" movie that has stood the test of time and is still rated as one of the best "ghost stories" ever filmed. I can easily…