Amityville Exorcism
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Mark Polonia
Steve Diasparra as Father Jonas
Samantha Young as Daughter
Yolie Canales as Mrs. Humes
Marie DeLorenzo as Amy Dukane
Titus Himmelberger as Photographer
Kathryn Sue Young as Bonnie Dukane
Jeff Kirkendall as Father Benna
Ken Van Sant as Charles Humes
James Carolus as Jeremy Dukane
Todd Carpenter as Burglar
Claire Young as Daughter
Storyline: A family must put faith in a mysterious priest when an demonic force, connected to a decades-old murders in their home, possesses their daughter.
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Amityville Exorcism (2017)

* (out of 4)

A man brutally murders three members of his family with a hammer. Flash-forward to Amy (Marie DeLorenzo) and her alcoholic father moving into a home in Amityville. Pretty soon Amy begins to witness some strange things and Father Benna begins to think there's a connection to the murders.

AMITYVILLE EXORCISM is yet another cheap rip-off that uses the "Amityville" name to try and cash in on the popular book and film series. It's amazing how many of these movies are out there as they've pretty much became a sub-genre all on their own. This one here, as the title clearly gives away, is an attempt to add demonic possession to the story-line.

In fact, there's very little here that connects this to the actual Amityville house. The plot here has the current owner's living in a separate house but the maniac with the hammer took lumber out of the Amityville house and put into theirs. Just about the only good thing I can say about this is that it at least looks like a professional movie as the director at least managed to make a film without countless errors. It looks like an actual film, which is something a lot of recent low-budget horror films can't say.

As far as the rest goes, there's really not too much here to recommend for a number of reasons. The story is just downright weak. There's one memorable gore scene but that's about it. The performances are mostly bad and I also had a hard time believing that the lead actress was a teen living with her father. She looked way too old for this and you could say that this happens in most horror movies. That's true but here it was almost laughable at them trying to pass her off as a teen.

AMITYVILLE EXORCISM is a pretty lousy movie that's sadly not bad enough to where you could get some cheap laughs out of it. The movie is pretty bland from start to finish and it's pretty bad even for this series.
Movie made with cellphone cam
Someone decided to see what would happen if they got some family members and friends together to put on a play using either their cellphone to film, or a cheap video camera.

End of story.

Sorry....there is no story.
Amity Exorcism: spin off
This version was an interesting spin off of the original 1979 movie, The Amityville Horror, starring Margot Kidder and James Brolin. I enjoyed seeing and discovering the dramatic reaction work of the actress portraying one of the Sister / Daughter at the beginning scene, very convincing performance. Where she notices her mother's torso lying limp on the kitchen table. But very attractive in a bodice and cinematic sense and she could win future film roles in my opinion depending on her career choices.
Who are these people?
This movie couldn't even be rated as "B" movie, a low "Z" at tops. WOW can't believe someone even came up with this idea and then even had to balls to get "actors" (and I use that very loosely) to spend time on making it. Worst movie and acting EVER!!! I would not waste my time on watching this train wreck unless you need a good laugh. Movie looks like it was filmed on a Iphone at best. I think I need to go drink some bleach after watching this. How can someone even take credit for this and to think that Amazon charges for you to watch it? Maybe the video will end up in a bin at the Dollar Tree for fifty cents. I have lost all hope in humanity and anyone that would think this was a good idea.
Amityville Exorcism: The absolute pits
Amityville has been tagged onto plenty of horrors in an attempt to gain credibility and the majority have been terrible, this however is by far the worst.

Watching these 76 minutes was beyond a chore, it was cruel and unusual punishment. I believe in sitting all the way through a film, this is one of those times I regret it.

Hyper low budget with a fittingly poor cast, soundtrack, editor and director. The cinematography is some of the worst I've seen and the whole thing was painful to watch.

It tells the story of a priest called in to save a possessed girl in a house that contains some of the wood from the original Amityville house.

The movie has no redeeming qualities beyond the cover. Staring at that cover art for 76 minutes would be more entertaining.

The Good:

Great cover

The Bad:

AWFUL acting

Dreadful cinematography

Random flashing images are moronic

Hilariously bad soundtrack

Dumb, dumb, dumb

Things I Learnt From This Movie:

Drinking Jager from the bottle during the day suggests the person is scummy.....or lucky
Ummm i feel like I need an exorcism after that
I can't think of any reason that anyone would like this.I tried. The camera work was terrible, the acting was disturbing. The plot.....really?..... haunted wood? I know its low budget and I shouldn't expect too much but honestly $20 could of made a better movie. I would have given them money not to make this. Once again being a huge horror film fan I am let down- there doesn't seem to be many good ones out there at the moment.
Suffered from lack of budget
The dead horse that is the "Amtiyville Saga" is flogged once more and this entry makes last years effort, "The Amityville Terror" (2016) look like "Citizen Kane" by comparison.

To be charitable, this movie might have been a decent B-horror flick with a better budget and thus better actors and script revisions.
Make Up Your Own Mind
I just got done viewing this film, & I must say that I am impressed. It may not adhere to actual facts surrounding the Amityville case, but it's a lot of fun.

'Amityville Exorcism' takes the 'John G. Jones Amityville: The Evil Escapes' approach, with some second hand lumber from the original house being used for construction on the house portrayed in the movie. This wood then spreads it's evil through the house, creating all sorts of havoc.

I would recommend this film to any fan of the original Amityville series.
The worst movie of 2017, awful, cheap and lazy.
The (dis)honorary title of "The worst movie of 2017" no longer belongs to "Charlie Charlie" it belongs to "The Amityville Exorcism", a horrible film directed by Mark Polonia, known for working with his brother John Polonia (R.I.P) in many horror movies, their movies are cheap, lazy and awful. "The Amityville Exorcism" its the perfect example of how not to make a horror movie, or any other kind of movie for that matter.

The film tries to cash in on the success of the famous Amityville story, like many other cheap horror movies did, but this one manages to be among the worst. Its lazy, cheap, and awful, every aspect of this film fails miserably, its bad, but not the kind of bad that becomes funny, its barely watchable.

Horrible directing, acting, effects and writing, one of the worst movies in the last 10 years. Its one of those modern SOV horror movies, the worst kind of cheap movie, without the atmospheric graininess of the 70's, and without the campy cheesiness of the 80's, just plain awful.

Avoid it at any cost, don't watch it, not even if you are looking for a bad film to watch, its boring and dull, don't even bother.
Demonic lumber?
Someone kills a family with a hammer. Years later this same person confesses to a priest and asks the priest to go to a house to exorcise it. So because of demonic transference, some lumber ended up demonized and the house he's referring to was made with pieces of that lumber and it was the cause for him killing his family.

At the house live Amy and her alcoholic dad. The priest makes it over there and as luck would have it around that time Amy start becoming possessed herself when a guy dressed in red appear, so the priest will have to perform an exorcism and the house and then Amy.

Yup, Amityville Exorcism is a zero budget horror movie combining the fashionable exorcism sub-genre with the deceptive Amityville title. It has nothing to do with the Amityville franchise. It has that cheap camera look, weird synth sounds, cheesy visual effects, poor acting, etc. It seems to be a two-man operation. Yet there is actually some skill involved. The director seems to have an idea what to do. I was actually going to rate this higher because I thought that the crew didn't have a whole lot of experience, but it turns out the director has directed 39 movies in three decades. The first thing a filmcrew should know is when it's feasible to make a movie and when to put a project on hold. If you've been directing movies for 30 years, why come out at this point with a no-budget movie?