If you watch a movie like "Amityville II: The Possession" looking for a
little insight on possession, exorcisms, murder, incest and the other truths
of home ownership, it must be hard for you to read this, what with your head
spinning around and split pea soup spurting from your mouth.
Then again, "Amityville II" was no doubt written with you in mind. Lots of
gore, sensationalism, special effects and a priest who wields a mean
crucifix. But as far as entertainment value....
You know that bug zapper hanging out on your front porch? It has more
chance of scaring you than this tripe. Just pretend you're a
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Get Out of the House!
Before the events in "The Amityville Horror" (1979), an Italian
Catholic family moves into "The Amityville Horror" (1979) house. Bad
move. The windows are nailed shut, rusty pipes run bloody water, and
the house sits on a bed of fly-infested black muck. Right away, you
hate this family. Abusive papa Burt Young (as Anthony Montelli) smacks
the family around, and refuses to have sex with wife Rutanya Alda (as
Dolores). Apparently, Ms. Alda doesn't know a blessing when she sees
one. She invites priestly James Olson (as Father Adamsky) over to throw
holy water around the house, and on her bed. Meanwhile, sexy sister
Diane Franklin (as Patricia) disrobes for incestuous brother Jack
Magner (as Sonny).
He's obviously possessed, but what's her excuse?
The expected "Amityville Horror" plot turns into something more like
"The Exorcist" meets the monster movie, which turns out to be a good
thing. By the film's last rites, you see they actually had something
going; now, if they only started without the baggage of the
"Amityville" Long Island house of horror, and simple did a monster
possession movie. Director Damiano Damiani can make you dizzy, with
some especially good demonic moves. Apart from Ms. Franklin and Mr.
Manger, who pretty much carries the entire film on his relatively
inexperienced shoulders, the family performs in "Razzie" award
consideration territory. Mr. Olson slowly comes on strong, but
definitely needed a more believable hair style.
***** Amityville II: The Possession (12/24/82) Damiano Damiani ~ James
Olson, Jack Magner, Diane Franklin, Burt Young.