"Amityville is Calamityville"

Films: The Amityville Horror (1979), Amityville 2: The Possession (1982), Amityville 3-D (1983), Amityville 4: The Evil Escapes (1989), The Amityville Curse (1990), Amityville 1992: It's About Time (1992), Amityville: A New Generation (1993), Amityville Dollhouse (1996)

Alias: None

Type: Mystical

Location: Haunted home

Height/Weight: That of a large house.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: This is the true quintessential haunted house. One that not only destroys the minds of those who live in it, but will not rest beyond its trappings as a house. Whether you live in it or inherited its belongings, the demonically possessed structure of 112 Ocean Avenue will find you.

History: Built over a Shinnecock burial ground, this suburban house was bound to get infected with the forces of the kingdom of darkness. So you can only imagine the luck of literally anyone who owns the place. Some barely make it with their lives, others just don't. It's a gamble.

Notable Kills: Easily that goddamned lamp in the 4th film had the weirdest hits, including death by cord strangulation.

Final Fate: Oh, dear lord, has this thing been blown up so many times. We're surprised anyone keeps building over the place. But whatever the case, most of the time, the machinations of the evils of this house are foiled in some capacity. Yet it always comes back for more.

Powers/Abilities: Infinite apparently, but emphasis on possessing, sending out flies, and demon powers.

Weakness: Holy rituals and actions mitigate its power.

Scariness Factor: 5-Aside from being a box of chocolates when it comes to offing the competition, this house always keeps turning up like a bad penny. There's also the fact that this house has windows that seem to give it a f*cking face! However, we attribute this thing's scariness to its entire career. If we were to solely judge its phases, like that ridiculous near-inanimate lamp, scores wouldn't be so high.

Trivia: -The original story was based off an actual house in Amityville, New York where a family supposedly experienced supernatural occurrences at. The validity is debated to this day.

-That house, while not as intimidating looking, is out there in Amityville. And it's been bought many times. No one may have died, but we know suspicion when we see it.

Image Gallery

Sound advice. Could you repeat that?

I can hardly call the house blowing up once every so often "Classified".

Give it a few moments, you happy couple. Things are about to go south.

Way to give away BOTH endings.

ACK! Even the posters are forcing the 3-D effect upon us!

That's not what the Lutzs said.

Step up your game, demon!

It escapes in a way NO-ONE expected.

"Put it near the screaming Moose head mount."

Even the sky is screaming for these movies to stop.

"Leave some cash in here!"

And in a much more competant looking object.

More like the image of merchandising. What little there is.

At least we know the demon isn't a hoarder. He even gives to the homeless.

But this franchise can finally die. At least, in this continuity.

A cruel irony, really.

Age has not been kind to this domain.

I'd invest in a flyswatter rather than a bible, now.

That's not posession. That's just a bad skin condition.

Stop spoiling the film, whoever makes these posters! Not that anybody's gonna re-visit this.

"Give grandaddy kisses!"

Light up my life, you pragmatic demon you!

At least he found a way out of this franchise.

No argument there.

The demon's barbarism has grown, I see.

Reminding us of a better time.

Would you believe we need this guy? We're doomed.

There goes the paint-job.

Even greater madness was realized in the past.


The evil that held sway over this house is no longer staying unseen.

...Eh. Not too much of a failure. You still look plenty repugnant enough to rule over this house.

Hey! Where's fish-face?! Who's this batty

They're angry at how low this franchise is sinking.

Never play with oven equipment folks.

On the other side, oblivion.

"So, uh....how's the mortal realm?"

Desolation, in the form of incessant sequels, shall descend upon this house.

And you thought the neighborhood creeper was awful.

With the shot that comes of this, history is made.

Gateway to Hell? Yes. Innovative tech? No.

Barbara Steele? Is that you?

"So, you're underestimating me just 'cause I'm a lamp, HUH?!"

This is hardly a home, you know.

Context. Please.

I'd worry about the noose rather than the face, bad as it is.

Didn't expect the lamp to make a cameo, didn't you?

I see the demon got an intense make-over. Must be the metal craze going on in Hell.