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"Amityville 3D" - 1983

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Posted 07 August 2017 - 07:21 AM

Lots of people, doing foolish things.


Rule Number One - if the house is "haunted" and has a notorious history, why go into it at all?


The film does have an interesting cast - Tess Harper and Candy Clark are the standouts.


As the psychic who is trying to get a handle on the house, Robert Joy gets a most unpleasant death.


(Mr. Joy had a knockout scene in Woody Allen's 1987 film, "Radio Days".) 

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