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Amityville: A New Generation

Amityville: A New Generation

Directed by John Murlowski

Photographer Keyes Terry is given an old mirror from a homeless person. He gifts the mirror to a friend, but what he doesn't know is that demonic forces project grisly deaths upon the mirror's surface. Soon, these projections begin transpiring in the real world, proving to be portrayals of the real fates of Keyes's loved ones.

A photographer is given an old mirror from a homeless person. What he doesn't know is that demonic forces project a grisly fate upon the mirror's surface.

Cast: Ross Partridge, Julia Nickson, Lala Sloatman, David Naughton, Barbara Howard

Member Reviews

I loved this so much it's a great addition to the Amityville series but the story was so compelling and interesting to me . It kept my attention from start to finish and all the characters work really well together to create the haunting atmosphere the movie needs to draw you in. Has a great twist which makes the title make perfect sense, ending is right on point.

4 days ago

Ps. I was wondering why the nurse with the tiny role was more engaging than anyone else in the movie and then I realized it was baby Lin Shae! She’s so good no matter how little she’s given!!

6 months ago

This is the most coherent not-in-Amityville Amityville movie that I’ve seen, and the least fun. It’s really 2.5 skull, but I’ll round up. The part of the movie that was really good is the part that focused on Suki. I wish she was the lead protagonist. I missed that “paint slappin’ bitch” a ton once she was gone.

6 months ago

Fun, campy early 90s nostalgia. Plus it includes Suki, played by the hot chick in Rambo. Note to self, never accept a mirror framed with screaming faces from a homeless guy.

7 months ago

Really fun practical and Spfx

8 months ago