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Amityville II: The Possession


James Olson, Burt Young, Rutanya Alda, Jack Magner View All


Tommy Lee Wallace (Screenplay), Damiano Damiani (Director), Dardano Sacchetti (Writer) View All

Release: Sep. 24th, 1982
Runtime: 1 hour, 44 minutes
Eager to start afresh, the unsuspecting couple of Anthony and Dolores Montelli, along with their four children, move into their dream house in Amityville. However, right from the very first night, strange paranormal experiences shatter the Montellis' fantasy, as the restless spirits of the dead and the new home's dark secrets open the unfathomable black portal of hell. Now, the family's older child, Sonny, has become the perfect vessel of...
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Sir Toose
Perhaps most disturbing to me remains the son's (Ronald Defeo, 'Sonny' in the film) testimony around the events of the night he killed his family and the few months prior.
Second movie in the series is pretty much an extended introduction from the original meaning we see the events leading to murders referenced in The Amityville Horror as well as some of their aftermath.
Adamsky goes back to the Amityville house again, and he's ready to give his final shot at saving Sonny's soul.


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