Amityville 2: The Possession


- Close your eyes.

- They're closed.

- Are you sure?

- Yeah. Positive.

Okay, open them now.

Look at it! It's great!

Hey, what do you think, Montelli?

- Daddy, look at the lake!

- Come on, Mark, let's go to the lake!

Come on, Mark. Let's go!

- Look, a motorboat!

- It's so nice. I love it!

- Hey, kids!

- Look at it.

That's dangerous. I don't want to see you

near the edge. You understand?

- Yeah.

- What?

Yes, sir!

Look at it!

It's ours!

Be it ever so

Wait. One, two, three.

Be it ever so humble

There's no place like home

What's this? The Andrews Sisters?

- Hi, Daddy.

- Where's Sonny?

He's right behind us.

He should be here any minute.

- I thought I told you to stay together.

- Home sweet home.

- Daddy's such a creep.

- Be respectful.

Hey, Dad. The new car is fantastic.

You should have seen it at the red light.

A guy was stepping on the accelerator.

So I put the pedal to the metal.

You should've seen it. It was fantastic!

- I left the guy...

- Where the hell were you?

I told you to back up your mother.

She knows the way.

Don't be smart, boy.

You're not too big for a whipping.

- I know, you proved that to me.

- You're pushing it. You're right on the edge.

- I just stopped at the corner for cigarettes.

- Stop your whining.

You're gonna be a man

by smoking cigarettes?

Now you're growing a little fuzz over here?

Learn how to take some orders.

You hear me?

- I didn't hear you.

- Yes, sir.

I'm so excited.

- Tricia, look at the fireplace.

- Look at that staircase!

These windows are stuck.

They're nailed.

Wow! This is a mansion.

What's going on?

What's this? Peggy Fleming?

The first and last time you skate in here.

I wonder what idiot

nailed all these windows shut.

God damn it! They nailed

every window upstairs the same way.

Oh, no.

I have a good mind

to call that a**hole real estate guy.

It's here!


What do you think you're doing?

I'm going to introduce you

to your new room.

If you don't watch, I'm gonna fall on you.

- No nails here. Over.

- Isn't it great?

- It's all right.

- I love it.

- You're getting heavy.

- You used to hug me all the time.

That was when you were lighter.

- It's 'cause now you're old and snotty.

- There is another reason.

- What?

- You're not my type.

- You like them tall? Big b*obs, right?

- That is none of your business.

How about you? What's your type?

I like them sensitive, dark,

and about this high.

- You're ridiculous.

- No. Come on, let's get to know the house.

- Can you feel it?

- Yeah.

I was wondering

if there was a girl here before, like me.

And she was in love with a boy.

- Yeah.

- But she was unhappy.

- Unhappy?

- The boy didn't love her.

- Why?

- Because she was ugly, like you.

You stupid!

Just put that down over there.

- Anywhere?

- They're my husband's guns.

You better put them in the closet.

Hey, lady.

Looks like you got another room in here.

The realtor didn't tell us about that.

- Want me to check it out for you?

- Would you?

- Sure.

- Great.

Here's a light over here.

- This is a really good one.

- All right, thank you.

You got a problem in here, lady.

Must be a busted sewer line or something.

Oh, my.

Lady, it stinks in here.

Hey, are you all right? Come on out of there.

Oh, my goodness!

- Are you all right?

- Yeah.

- What happened? What's that on your shirt?

- Sh*t. Excuse me, ma'am.

There's a lot of flies, a lot of mud,

a lot of everything in there.

- Lf I was you, I'd stay out of there.

- I'm sorry I had you go in there.

Take this towel

and go upstairs and wash up.

- There's soap and stuff upstairs.

- Thank you.

Watch out for your head.

Ma, did I scare you?

Somebody... touched me.


- Somebody touched me.

- Who touched you?




You mean,

you actually felt somebody's hand?

It felt like fingers on my arm.

Mom, it must be your imagination.

You put the fork here, stupid.

- Shut up!

- Don't tell me to shut up.

Come on, children. That's enough.

Sit down, everybody.

Anthony, did you wash your hands?

What do you think?

I think we're a very lucky family.

Now let's eat. Come on, it's getting cold.

- Pass me the string beans.

- Pass the spaghetti.

Haven't we forgotten something?

Heavenly Father, bless our new home...

and watch over us as we become

a part of this community.

We thank thee for this food, bless it

to the nourishment of our bodies.

God damn it!

Don't even look at me!

I didn't put that mirror up there.

No, Daddy!

- Why does he always blame me...

- Stop it!

Can't we just eat our first meal

in this house without fighting?

All everybody's been doing

ever since we got here, is fighting!

All right, I've had enough of it with you.

I don't want to hear any more of it!

Look, it's not even broken.

All right, let's continue.

Bless this food

for the nourishment of our body.

In the name of the Father, the Son,

and the Holy Spirit. Amen.

- Good night, Trish.

- Good night, Sonny.

There had better be a good...

Come on back to bed, honey.

Okay, I see you there.

There's a 12-gauge shotgun waiting

for anybody trespassing.

Anthony, somebody is here.

Don't move.

What happened?



Anthony, you can't do that to the kids. No.

But, Daddy, it was the brushes!

We didn't do it!

- You think that's funny?

- He can't even write!

- What about her?

- Don't you touch her!

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Tommy Lee Wallace

Thomas "Tommy" Lee Wallace (born October 8, 1949) is an American film producer, director, editor, and screenwriter. He is best known for his work in the horror genre, directing films such as Halloween III: Season of the Witch, Fright Night Part 2 and the 1990 mini-series adaption It. He is a long-time friend and collaborator of director John Carpenter, receiving his first credit as art director on Carpenter's directorial debut Dark Star. Along with Charles Bornstein, he edited both the original Halloween and The Fog. more…

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