Better than I thought. These types of movies are so played out. The more you found out about this specific case, the more it sounds like bullshit. This movie is no different. I wasn't expecting it to be so well directed though. They did a very good job in the creation. Danny is a bit out there. In his defense, if the story is true, most of us would be. However, you can't help but detect some defense mechanisms in place to protect potential lies. ****SPOILER ALERT***** At the end of the film, he gets extremely defensive about taking a polygraph. In and of itself, that sort of reaction the the question is a bit strange. Most people would expect to be asked that in a scenario so far-fetched. He is aggressive when he feels like you backed him in a corner and start questioning his story, as well. Those two things typically point to someone being deceptive. But... who knows?
Terrible!! This idiot needs medication! There is very little in this documentary about the "haunting"!! It's filled with him saying f*ck more then anything! Any chance that I believed there was any truth to the original story is now gone!! Obviously he wanted to make a quick buck because he acted like a meth fiend coming down! I would like my money back!! What a total waste!!
Not as bad as all the sequels Wasn't bad.. Its fairly obvious that the guy is pretty delusional and angry. I'll take a stab in the dark that like George Lutz before him, he's milking this myth to get every last penny out of it. If you are a believer, fine, but even if you are a skeptic who likes the mythology, you might enjoy this.
Can I have my 3.99 back? Awful I have a feeling this guy is full of it, I read somewhere a few years back where he said nothing happened in the house now he has this story. I have always followed this story and this has got to be the worst thing I've seen so far.
Okay I mean, seriously he is a little crazy. If the story is true, I understand his condition. Otherwise I feel like this is his way to make money off of the experience... And to fuel his incoherent life.
From Michael Bay, the producer of "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre", comes the true story of Amityville. In November 1974, a family of six was brutally murdered. Now, a year later, an unsuspecting young couple, George (Ryan Reynolds, "Blade: Trinity," "The In-Laws") and Kathy Lutz (Melissa George, TV's "Alias"), and their children move into the house that was the site of the horrific event and is now haunted by a murderous presence. What follows is 28 days of unimaginable terror. With demonic visions of the dead and relentless screams of terror, this is the haunted house story that isn't just a movie - it's real.
Supposed true story about George and Kathleen Lutze whose dream house turns into a nightmare. James Brolin and Margot Kidder are the unsuspecting new tenants of a house whose previous occupants had been murdered in their sleep. The Lutzes and their children are menaced by the lingering evil in this frightening ghost story.
Following the tragic death of her parents, Fawn Harriman had counted herself lucky the day she inherited a disused playhouse in the small town of Amityville. With her sights set on a new life in the theater, she invites a group of friends to join her there for a weekend adventure that will ultimately lead them into the terrifying clutches of an ancient pact between the mysterious locals and a malignant presence from the very bowels of hell. As the stranglehold of evil grows ever tighter, Fawn's teacher races to Amityville in a desperate attempt to rescue the imperiled party, and put an end to the town's terrifying legacy once and for all.
Phobia House consistently has been ranked as one of the best haunted houses in Michigan, but that didn’t stop the fire marshal from shutting down the family-run business last year. Determined to make up for their losses, the Intgroen, set out to create their scariest attraction ever. Anthony Morrison shadows them as they scout a new venue, recruit a motley crew of zombies, host screaming sorority visitors and even contend with intimidation tactics by the local competition in the lead-up to Halloween.
In early 2011, Rich Teachout quit his lucrative job to focus on creating a one-of-a-kind haunted attraction. He and his partner Janel dedicated every moment, ounce of energy, and dollar to making their "Scream Park" a reality. This is the story of their self-proclaimed madness and the industry, culture, and people who share it.
Absinthe: was it ambrosia or poison? Artistic muse or ticket to madness and death? There is a tremendous fascination with absinthe, yet few truly know of its rich history. The documentary "Absinthe" definitively brings the Green Fairy out of her clouded past where, for one hundred years, her fabled effects and demonized reputation have excited equal doses of admiration and loathing. The film traces absinthe from its birth in Switzerland in 1787, through its rise in the chic of Belleoqu, Paris, to its prohibition, and now to the recent worldwide revival. Absinthe's story is put in high relief through interviews with leading historians, authors, distillers, antiques collectors, and fanatics. The cult beverage of bohemian artists has stormed back into fashion; the documentary "Absinthe" clarifies the legend. MPAA Rating: NOTRATED 2010 Orsonami Films
Canada may be even more haunted than its North American counterpart as Paranormal Encounters abound in the great white North. Prepare to visit a host of haunted locations and encounter the terrifying spirits who reside there and witness an array of terrifying paranormal phenomena in the strangest places.
Millions know the man; few know his story. Academy Award-winning director Daniel Junge and producer Johnny Knoxville take a candid look at daredevil Evel Knievel, while reflecting on our voracious public appetite for heroes and spectacle.
The story of multi-instrumentalist Rahsaan Roland Kirk who went from blind infant, to child prodigy, to adult visionary, to political activist, and finally to paralyzed showman. A seemingly superhuman musical force who played literally until the day he died.
Frightening paranormal activity abounds in the Great White North. From mansions to sea ports, Canada has as much haunted history as Europe and America combined. Prepare for an exciting thrill ride to some of Canada's most haunted locations.