Amityville: A New Generation (1993)

Directed by John Murlowski. Written by Christopher DeFaria and Antonio Toro. Starring Ross Partridge, Lala Sloatman, Terry O’Quinn, David Naughton, Julia Nickson-Soul, Richard Roundtree, Lin Shaye, Robert Rusler and Barbara Howard.

Plot: an antique mirror from the Amityville house causes mayhem in the life of a young photographer.

A photographer, Keyes (Partridge), gets an antique mirror from a bum he takes a picture of. Keyes lives in a boarding house and takes the mirror home where his neighbor, Suki (Nickson-Soul), a painter, instantly falls in love with it. He gives it to her and then the killing begins.

Overall, the movie was better than the last Amityville sequel, but it still sucked. The motive was atrocious and usually is in these Amityville movies. The rules were bad. It was unrealistic and only unintentionally funny. Also, the script was pretty hokey. When Keyes finally decides to break the mirror, the Detective (O’Quinn) says, with a straight face, “That’s a bad idea. That’s seven years bad luck.” Hahaha. Ick.

We are so surprised some people even agreed to this. There were boob shots in it though, and there was decent enough effects. But this, a good movie, does not make.

Our score: 30.

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