The Amityville Horror (2005)
A family is terrorized by demonic forces after moving into a home that was the site of a grisly mass-murder.
Genre: Drama,Horror,Thriller
Director: Andrew Douglas
Release Date: April 15, 2005
Producers: Michael Bay,Andrew Form
Actors: Ryan Reynolds,Melissa George,Jesse James,Jimmy Bennett,Chloe Moretz,Rachel Nichols,Philip Baker Hall,Isabel Conner,Brendan Donaldson,Annabel Armour,Rich Komenich,David Gee,Danny McCarthy,Nancy Lollar,José Taitano,Dorian Kingi,Marie Lynn
             
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