Amityville II: The Possession (1982)


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Title: Amityville II: The Possession

Genre: Horror

Director: Damiano Damiani

Cast: James Olson,Burt Young,Rutanya Alda,Jack Magner,Andrew Prine,Diane Franklin,Moses Gunn,Ted Ross,Erika Katz,Brent Katz,Leonardo Cimino,Danny Aiello III,Gilbert Stafford,Petra Leah,Alan Dellay,Martin Donegan,John Ring,Peter Radon,Lawrence Bolen,Tony Boschetti,John Clohessy,Hollis Granville,Frank Patton III,Kim H. Ornitz,Lindsay Hill,Rudy Jones,Todd Jamie,Ken Smith,Anita Keal,Sondra Lee,Alice Playten

Release: 1982-09-24

Runtime: 104

Plot: Anthony and Dolores Montelli, along with their four children, move into their dream house in Amityville and are immediately plagued by a string of paranormal experiences. When the abusive Anthony wrongly places the blame on their children, physically lashing out at both them and Dolores, she recruits a local Catholic priest to exorcise the house.

Where to watch

Trailer Videos

    • Official Trailer

      • Trailer
    • Alexandra Holzer (Ghost Hunter) Interview - Amityville II: The Possession

      • Featurette
    • Diane Franklin Interview - Amityville II: The Possession

      • Featurette
    • Andrew Prine Interview - Amityville II: The Possession

      • Featurette
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Amityville II The Possession was a classic 80s horror movie. Instead of using the real story of what happened they made it like he’s possessed instead of him being high. Regardless it was a good movie.