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America's worst real-estate value dupes another funky buyer. The infamous Amityville house is once again restless with terror and gore, though supported with even less plot than the usual smidgin. Cynical reporter Roberts moves in while trying to get to the bottom of the story by way of the basement. Courtesy of 3-D technology, monsters sprang at theatre patrons but the video version is strictly two-dimensional, forcing the viewer to press his or her face directly onto the TV screen in order to derive similar effect.

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Available on Running time 98 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Supernatural Horror, Slasher Flicks, Death & the Afterlife, 3-D Flicks, Creepy Houses
Screenplay
William Wales, David Ambrose
Cast
Tony Roberts, Tess Harper, Robert Joy, Candy Clark, John Beal, Leora Dana, John Harkins, Lori Loughlin, Meg Ryan, Rikke Borge, Jack Cardiff
Cinematography
Fred Schuler
Director
Richard Fleischer
Music
Howard Blake
Producer
Stephen F. Kesten

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Amityville 3: The Demon
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Stacey

Amityville 3: The Demon released in 1983 with a run time of 98 minutes. The movie came out in 3-D format but the video version is only 2-D format. The Amityville house has brought terror yet once again. This time John Baxter (Tony Roberts) moves into the house. When his daughter dies in a boating accident, her mother Nancy Baxter (Tess Harper) starts seeing her daughter around the house. So John calls for help to a paranormal investigator to stop all the strange things going on throughout the house.