HEED YE THIS WARNING!! STRIP YOUR HOUSE OF ALL APPLIANCES LEST SATAN FIND AN ENTRANCE!!!!

Giving up the fight to think of something new for Long Island’s most famous piece of architecture to do, the screenwriters of the next set of Amityville sequels took a tip from author John G. Jones and packed up their troubles in an old piece of furniture. 1989’s Amityville: The Evil Escapes sees “Three Centuries Of Evil” on its way to the west coast hidden inside – [*snicker*] – a demonic lamp; while three years later, the same Evil (or is it??) takes a similar journey embedded in the workings of an antique clock, in Amityville 1992: It’s About Time. The results aren’t exactly terrifying, but they might make you think twice before you give into that urge to redecorate.



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