United States: October 28 2017
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Belle and her family are not having a good time. His twin brother is in a coma and the costs of treatment are too expensive to pay. Faced with the situation, and with the intention of saving some money, they decide to sell their house and move to an old house in the small town of Amityville. But after his arrival, mysterious events begin to occur in his new home. Creepy nightmares, unexplained facts or the mysterious and sudden recovery of his brother, will make suspect Belle that something strange seems to happen in the house. This will lead Belle to discover that they have just moved into the terrifying house of Amityville where 40 years ago a brutal and inexplicable murder took place.
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The original plan for this reboot was "Amityville: The Lost Tapes." Written by Casey La Scala and Daniel Farrands and utilizing the found footage angle, the plot involved "an ambitious female television news intern, on the verge of breaking the most famous haunted house case in the world, who leads a team of journalists, clergymen and paranormal researchers into an investigation of the bizarre events that will come to be known as The Amityville Horror, only to unwittingly open a door to the unreal that she may never be able to close." After a couple of delays, this concept was eventually scrapped.
Will be the first theatrically released Amityville film since The Amityville Horror (2005) remake 12 years prior.
This movie was originally rated R but after it was re-edited and sent back to the MPAA, they gave it a PG-13.