On Location: The Amityville Horror

Synopsis: Was produced as a sneak peak at the 2005 remake of "The Amityville Horror." Was released as on "exclusive first look" at the film.
6 min

Catch them.

Kill them.

What's wrong, Ronnie?

I love you, Jodie.

Suffolk County police.

May I help you?

Everybody's dead.

What do you mean,

"everybody's dead"?

A guy come running

into the bar and says...

... his mother and father are shot.

I've been to a lot of crime scenes,

never seen one like this.

Six members of the family

were found last night...

...in bed, shot...

...and killed.

Killed were car dealer Ronald Defeo,

his wife and four of their children.

The sole survivor of the family...

... 23-year-old

Ronald "Butch" Defeo Jr...

... is said to have discovered

the bodies.

The police state

that for his own safety...

... they're holding him

in protective custody.

Five of the victims were found

shot facedown on their beds.

The sixth was found in a closet.

No one seemed to stir in their sleep.

It's strange.

Suffolk County police have charged

23-year-old Ronald Defeo Jr.

The accused told police

he heard voices...

... coming from within the house,

telling him to murder his family.

Oh, God!

Damn it.

Hi, Michael.

Oh, hey, baby. You okay?

George, what are you doing

to my mom?


- Yet.

- You perv.

Come on up here, little man.

You can make it.

Oh, you're getting heavy.

Did you meet my dad?


...never had the pleasure, pal.

Do I have to call you "Dad" now?

- Guess what.

- What?

- You can call me whatever you want.

- Anything?

- Yep.

- Cool.

- Anything.

- Cool.


- Stinky.

- Sure.

- Poopy-head.

- Yeah.


Okay, we gotta draw the line

somewhere, pal, that does it.

All right.

- This sucks.

- You're not kidding.


Look, maybe we'll grab you

something on the way to school.

- What do you say, huh?

- I'm not hungry. I can walk to school.

No, you can't, and get

your feet off the chair.

I'll drop you a couple blocks away.

Nobody'd see.

- Mom, I'm 12 years old.

- Before you plan...

...your retirement party, we're gonna

drop you off at school.

We got a big day.

Why? Where are you guys going?

- Mom, can you help me?

- Oh, Michael.

Houses here are way out

of our price range, Kath.

Not according to this.

- Well, then it's gotta be true.

- Think positive, babe.

I'm positive that houses here

are out of our price range.

Look, when the business

is going good...

...we're gonna...

- There.

- What?

- That's it.

- Look.

- Honey.

Baby, look, 412 Ocean Avenue.

- It's beautiful.

- What?

Look at how friendly they are here,


They get like that when they think

they'll make a sale.

Let's just play it cool, Kath.

Kathy. Katherine.

Or not.

- Hi there.

- I'm Katherine Lutz.

Well, just call me Edith.

This is your husband?

- George.

- This is an amazing house.

You are going to love it.

Just follow me in here.

Careful on the steps there.

Holy sh*t.

Excuse me.

Let me show you

the rest of the house.

This... This is a mistake.

How's that?

No, I mean your ad in the paper.

This is...

It's gotta be a misprint.

I'm a contractor...

...and I know what a place

like this should cost.

And, you know, if this is...

Well, if this is true, then this is a...

The deal of a lifetime.

And what is wrong with that?

- Come on.

- I love it.

- There's a vibrant history here.

- Vibrant history, George.

In fact, the house was built

in 1692, at least the basement.

The rest of the house was added

from that foundation.

It's one of the oldest Dutch Colonials

in Long Island.

Wow, that's impressive.

This room would be perfect

for children, if you have any.

And the view's...

Well, have a look for yourselves.

There's a boathouse.

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