Amityville 3-D :- Watch Amityville 3-D on Youtube on Fire, A reporter moves into the ominous Long Island house to debunk it of the recent supernatural events and becomes besieged by the evil manifestations which are connected to a hell-spawn demon lurking in the basement. Why would anyone want to live in the Amityville house? It’s got a bilious basement with a bottomless pit, a lethal living room, and feral flies that swarm in the attic. The sinks don’t work either. In fact, this house is going straight to Hell – literally! Into this questionable piece of real estate moves Tony Roberts, a skeptical journalist who doesn’t believe the horror stories concerning the house (or hasn’t learned anything from the first two movies) and is determined not to let `superstition’ get the better of him. But get the better of him it does… This is in no way a great movie – but it keeps me entertained every time I watch it, the hallmark of good low-budget horror fun. And dig that neat poster – great horror movie graphics! There’s also some amusement to be had due to the presence of a few future stars in the cast – such as Lori Loughlin as the daughter of the journalist, who would trade in her haunted house for a Full House. And then there’s Meg Ryan, touring the Amityville residence and pondering the joys of sexual relations with ghosts. Whatever floats your boat, Meg! Surprisingly, this second sequel to the supposedly fact based thriller “The Amityville Horror” is a worthy installment in the otherwise wretched series of shockers. Richard Fleischer, a Hollywood veteran whose directorial credits include such diverse fare as “The Vikings” and “The Boston Strangler,” brings a skill to the proceedings that were conspicuously absent from the original film, which was more notable for the laughably bad performances of James Brolin and Rod Steiger than it was for inducing chills. The performances in “Amityville 3-D,” or “Amityville: the Demon” as it is known on television, didn’t deserve Oscar consideration, but they are professional and, in the case of Candy Clark’s suspicious photographer, almost inspired.
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Release: 18 November 1983 (USA)
IMDB Rating: 4.0/10
Director: Richard Fleischer
Stars: Tony Roberts, Tess Harper, Robert Joy