It’s all Santo’s fault: his return to the Witchcraft series made me feel guilty about my own dangling franchises.


In yet another sequel that obviously wasn’t meant to be one, a mirror from the notorious Amityville house brings mayhem to an artists’ commune and forces a young photographer to confront the truth about his father, and about himself. The film wastes a decent premise in its struggle to become “an Amityville film”, but is bolstered by a nice supporting performance by Terry O’Quinn as the cop on the case.

I have also re-formatted and added screenshots to The Amityville Horror (1979), and fixed the screenshots in Amityville 1992: It’s About Time. I had hoped to have spruced up The Amityville Curse, too, but a slack postal system means that won’t be happening until next week. Stay tuned.


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