My Amityville Horror
That's right, kids. We now have four new clips from the truly gripping documentary My Amityville Horror (review here) for you to dig on. To say they're compelling is a bit of an understatement. We may well never know exactly what happened that night, but it sure is fun to speculate.
Hot on the heels of the new poster debut for My Amityville Horror (review here), we now have a rather intense clip for you cats to dig on featuring the principal subject revisiting one of his therapy sessions. Check it out!
A new one-sheet has come our way for the new documentary My Amityville Horror (review here), and we have it for you right here minus Jodi the evil pig and those nasty bleeding walls. Check it out!
Yet another new trailer for director Eric Walter’s truly frightening documentary My Amityville Horror (review here) has made its way to the haunted and hallowed halls of the interwebs, and we have it for you right here. Check it out. Skepticism not required.
Some more stills and an updated trailer for director Eric Walter’s truly frightening documentary My Amityville Horror (review here) have made their way to the haunted and hallowed halls of the interwebs, and we have 'em for you right here.
Believe us when we tell you that director Eric Walter’s truly frightening documentary My Amityville Horror (review here) is compelling to say the least. Now IFC has dropped us a line with its official release plans. Don't miss this one!
IFC Midnight has finally given dates to two very infamous films - My Amityville Horror and The Jeffrey Dahmer Files. Read on for the details of when and where you can dig upon these latest two slivers of real life terror.
And the Amityville wheel keeps right on spinning as SundanceNow and IFC Midnight have announced that they have jointly acquired all U.S. rights to director Eric Walter’s truly frightening documentary My Amityville Horror.
Fantastic Fest 2012: Second Wave Announced; New Images from The American Scream, Holy Motors, Sinister, and More
The second wave of films playing this year's Fantastic Fest in Austin, Texas, has been announced, and all we can say is start packing your bags right now!
My Amityville Horror made its world premiere at Montreal's Fantasia Film Festival, and those who were expecting a glossy mockumentary disguised as a real documentary recalling horrific events were pleasantly surprised to see that it's a real film instead of bundled hyperbole.
Here we are decades removed from the spooky events of the Seventies, and we still can't get over our fascination with what really happened in that little Long Island house located at 112 Ocean Ave. Now one of the Lutz children is looking to set the record straight with My Amityville Horror.
Maybe it's because the Halloween season is right around the corner, or maybe it's because we just can't get over our fascination with what really happened in that little house at 112 Ocean Ave. in Amityville, New York, but one thing is for sure ... The Amityville Horror has never been hotter. And now comes a really interesting addition to the ongoing saga that's left us kind of speechless.
After the untimely and odd passings of both George and Kathy Lutz, we thought we may have heard the last about the infamous Amityville Horror case, but what a lot of people tend to forget is that there were other victims involved, one of whom is finally ready to tell his story and "set the record straight".