Amityville Terror

Synopsis: When a new family moves to an old house in Amityville, they are tormented and tortured by an evil spirit living in the home while trapped by the malicious townspeople who want to keep them there.
Genre: Horror
Director(s): Michael Angelo
Production: AZ Films
84 min

and the house was really cheap

considering the

size of the place.

So I jumped on it.

I'm so surprised that

it was even available.

This house is fantastic.

My real estate

agent said something

about the local

economy being down.

People aren't moving.

Makes sense.

Well, their loss.

I think this place is fantastic.

And I absolutely

love the furniture.

When I saw those

baroque couches,

I was like where do I sign?


Did the family before here

leave their broke couch?

I guess so.

Nothing really matches.

It's called character.

Hey, do I have to go

to school right away?

Hey, yes, you have to

go to school right away.

Is there a specific reason

why you don't want to?

Come on Dad, think about it.

The semester's almost over.

I can start next semester.

I'll work extra hard, and

then it'll be a nice break.




You guys are way

too easy on her.

Seriously Shae?

You don't really

have a say here.

Excuse me Hailey.

You do not get to talk

to your aunt that way.

I'm sorry, I'm not the

crazy drunk in the family.


I'm not gonna be the

one that's passed out

in the front yard.

Now you're just

being a little brat!

You don't get to act like

you're such a good person

just because you're

finally sober!

Or are you?


This house sucks!


Nice shot, sport.

What's going on with you?

What do you mean?

I mean you were very rude

to your aunt Shae last night.

It's not like you.

Yeah, well she's a hypocrite.

And I hate that.

How is she a hypocrite?

She tries to

tell everyone else

how to live their life.

She can't even get

her own life right.

I get that, but you

have to understand.

Your aunt Shae, she's

been through a lot.

We need to be patient

with her, help her.

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