Amityville Horror | UssPost.com
January 31, 2010 by USA Post
Amityville Horror | UssPost.com:The dreaded 1979 producer Michael Bay (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre) and the supernatural events that a remake of horror classic Long Island, New York in the ’70s in the house believed that delves deep into the real story. When George and Kathy Lutz (Ryan Reynolds and Melissa George) come in front of the house and the beautiful river colonial sold to steal, they suspect fishing. Once informed that the house was the scene of a terrible massacre, and they buy a house, and decided to go into curiosity, from a previous marriage is bringing with them three children, Kathy. Although no one can deny that the house was full of creepy, and family members to try to put their concerns in the Gulf. But with the passage of time, strange events start happening, and happens more and more, and many family members in this event as well as transformative effect. Kathy’s daughter to act strangely, and ending in a kind of life-threatening conditions, and starts in a new window to him, otherwise, the imaginary friend of the husband (in the last house before the assassination of his elder brother and one for children). Similarly, George and get some strange looks. With his rival’s behavior is usually a sweet place, and he took his child abuse Kathy began harshly. Erroneous impression that the original home of Kathy can be a challenge as the man her husband’s assassination, and his family may be able to just change the type of sounds. Fast, original, AMITYVILLE horror audience on the edge of their seats with quick-release, the music exciting, the book contains violence is graphic and simple. Two leads give quality performance, and I think that the story of the film in the contract smooth, contemporary production, despite the appointment of his residence.
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