Amityville Poltergeist (2020) Movie Review

Director: Calvin Morie McCarthy

Writer: Calvin Morie McCarthy, Jon Hall (Screenplay)

Starring: Conor Austin, Parris Bates, Airisa Durand, Jon Ashley Hall, Rebecca Kimble, Natalie Lucia, Sydney Winbush, J Rebecca Morse

Plot: The terrifying tale of Amityville is Back. When a young man encounters a weekend of horrors after taking a house sitting job from a spooky old woman.

Runtime: 1 Hour 29 Minutes

There may be spoilers in the rest of the review

Story: Amityville Poltergeist starts when Jim (Bates) takes a job housesitting over a weekend for an elderly woman (Morse) who warns him about what is in the house is to be feared. As Jim starts his time in the house he starts to struggle with his own series of nightmares, while we learn more about what have been happening in the house before.

Thoughts on Amityville Poltergeist

ThoughtsAmityville Poltergeist is a horror film that takes us into a housesitting weekend that will take a horrific turn. The story does play out the events of the weekend and what has left the owner feeling scared about what is within the walls of her home. While certain moments of horror are created well through the film, which will add to the experience of those events. The story does however fall short with the fact Jim, Alyson and Collin seem to all be very different people that don’t seem to have any real chemistry between them. The special effects in the film do come CGI moments that we have seen before and can work for the scare, without looking the most realistic moments of the horror. This is a horror that could easily be a nice late night movie to watch, with the suspense of just what will happen next.

Final Thoughts Amityville Poltergeist is a great late-night horror movie.

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