Amityville II: The Possession (1982) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
I was very young when i saw the first Amityville movie so I don’t remember a whole lot but what I do remember is the side of that house with the chimney. Man I had nightmares about it for a long time. The only reason I watched this movie was because of Diane Franklin because she was sooo beautiful back then. As soon as the movie started I knew right away there was gonna be action between her & the older brother eventually even if he hadn’t gotten possessed just by the way they were interacting upon arriving at the house. I was dissappointed with the scene when it finally arrived, they could’ve done alot better than that. I guess it was cool seeing Diane half nude anyways. I didn’t like alot of the rest of the movie, man these people acted so pathetic, they were such awesome targets for the ghost or ghost’s because they already had problems wayy before the spirits started messin with them. Rocky’s brother N law played a good drunk [**] once again, that dude was made for those types of roles. Didn’t like seeing the family murdered the way they were, that was really hardcore even the two youngest children weren’t spared, damn. Why didn’t they run when they heard the first gunshots, why didn’t the father un-nail the damn windows so at least Diane could’ve escaped. Why wasn’t the realestate agent who sold them that deathtrap there to get his head blown the hell off as well. Whatever, like I said I only watched it because Diane Franklin was in it.
Synopsis:A family moves into their new home, which proves to be evil, resulting in the demonic possession of the teenage son. Only the local priest can save him.
About Amityville II: The Possession (1982)
Starring: Andrew Prine, Leonardo Cimino, Rutanya Alda, Diane Franklin, Kim H. Ornitz, Rudy Jones, Ken Smith, John Ring, Burt Young, Hollis Granville, Frank Patton, Moses Gunn, Ted Ross, Erika Katz, Lindsay Hill, Brent Katz, Todd Jamie, Danny Aiello III, Gilbert Stafford, Anita Keal, Petra Lea, Sondra Lee, Alan Dellay, Martin Donegan, Peter Radon, Lawrence Bolen, James Olson, Tony Boschetti, John Clohessy, Jack Magner
Runtime: 104 minutes
Director: Damiano Damiani
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