Amityville 3-D

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Released 1983

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Director:
Richard Fleischer
Released:
1983
Rating:
PG

Amityville 3-D, the third in a series of terrifying horror movies, will leave you with the lights on when you go to sleep. A magazine employee named John Baxter (Tony Roberts) moves into the infamous home, unaware of the history of the house. As his partner Melanie (Candy Clark) explores the home, she finds more and more scary things which leave her hysterical. John's sister Susan (Lori Loughlin) and a friend join in on the "fun" with a Ouija board in the attic, which turns out to have deadly consequences. It seems that everyone but John is certain that there is evil in the house, even after the mysterious deaths occurring within his home. After an investigation, John begins to realize that all the strange happenings are not just coincidence after all. Will he be able to stop the evil force before he becomes one of the many victims of the house?

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  • 50

    The Globe and Mail (Toronto) Liam Lacey

    There is not really anything that could be called suspense in Amityville 3-D, at least, any more than the suspense involved in waiting for a pop tart to pop. [22 Nov 1983]

  • 25

    Miami Herald Bill Cosford

    The film is even slower and less engaging than is standard for its undistinguished genre. [22 Nov 1983, p.B5]

  • 25

    Slant Magazine Nick Schager

    Amityville 3-D—one-dimensional in every way but its hokey visuals—is too poorly written, awkwardly staged, and pathologically stupid to register as campy fun.

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Drama, Horror, Suspense

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Supernatural, Cult, B-Movie Horror