Amityville Haunting Trailer

Friday, November 11th, 2011 @ 5:14 pm | Headline, News, Releases

Earlier this year we were contacted by the estate of the Benson family (pictured left) who had briefly rented the infamous house on Long Island, New York.

The family has since disappeared and the estate is determined to prove that the Bensons did not abscond to avoid paying their debts (as their banks and other creditors have claimed).

Watch THE AMITYVILLE HAUNTING on December 27, 2011 and decide the truth for yourself.

In the meantime, you can watch the trailer here.

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    4 Responses to “Amityville Haunting Trailer”

    1. Perry Says:

      Too spooky! Can’t wait (as usual) !!!

    2. Qtox Says:

      yeah i just wanna say that the quality of your movies sucks so bad that i puke on every sceen! just wanna let u know ^^

    3. Plund Says:

      ^Hey Qtox, there’s no need to be rude.

      They do the best with what they can, and I for one tend to enjoy their movies, regardless of production quality. They’re fun, cheesy, and sometimes, damn good. I even liked their “mockbuster”; SHERLOCK HOLMES, better then its Robert Downey Jr./Hollywood counterpart.

      As for the advertised flick, I like it! I’m a big fan of movies like Paranormal Activity (and to a similar extent, Paranormal Entity), The Blair Witch Project, etc. and I personally can’t wait to see this one. It looks like it’s going to be a suspenseful, enjoyable watch.

      Keep up the good work, Asylum!

    4. Dion Johnson Says:

      Boooo. Not even the real house. 112 ocean ave didn’t have a walk up front porch or garage. The driveway went all the way back through the boathouse. The house in this movie was tiny. Not a gigantic 3 story monster. This movie was lame.

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