Isn’t it just the worst when you’re a priest trying to perform an exorcism, and the demon you’re trying to exorcise turns into a hot lipstick wearing woman who proceeds to taunt and tease you with her tongue?
Amityville 2: The Possession is definitely better than it has any right to be, and maybe the hot girl’s tongue is one of the reasons. I’m grasping at non-existent straws at this point, but let’s all watch that tongue in action below as Father Adamsky (James Olson) finds himself on the receiving end of it.
Having trouble sleeping at night? Afraid of the dark? Don’t worry, I’ve got you covered. Luckily upon my weekly scouring through the pages of Ebay, I found something to help cure your night terrors and put a hole in your wallet at the same time!
What you’re looking at up there is an actual promotional night light from the original 1979 haunted house flick, The Amityville Horror. And what better way to give you a better night’s sleep than with a night light from a creepy-ass horror movie about demonic forces that can possess your body? Now for the price shocker: this little gem is up on Ebay for $95. It better damn well come with a possession for that amount of dough. Maybe you’re a die-hard Amityville Horror fan and can justify that price, or maybe you’re just an avid night light collector and desperately need this to be added to your collection. Whatever the case, if you feel like snatching it up – head on over to the Ebay listing HERE and get it!
La La La La La La La (puts fingers in ears and yells that really loud). But now why am I being so juvenile and refusing to hear something? Oh – that’s because yet another ‘evil possession’ movie is set to be unleashed upon the horror masses and I honestly don’t want to hear about it. But wait….what’s this? The trailer actually looks good? And it’s written and directed by Frank Khalfoun? Ok ok……I’m listening.
One of the godfather’s of all possession movies is 1979’s The Amityville Horror, and it’s spawned more than enough sequels, prequels and documentaries over the years (my personal favorite being Amityville II: The Possession). And now we have another to throw into that mix called Amityville: The Awakening.
As mentioned previously, it’s written and directed by Frank Khalfoun (Maniac) and stars Jennifer Jason Leigh, Bella Thorne, Mckenna Grace, and Cameron Monaghan. Focusing on the story of a mother and her three children who move into the infamous Amityville house…..wait a minute — why in the hell are they moving into that house? I’m sure they got it for cheap since murders occurred there and supernatural entities call it home, but is saving a little cash worth all of the demonic fuss? To make matters worse, the son is in a coma and weird shit starts happening. Don’t believe me? Check out the somewhat impressive trailer and get ready for Amityville: The Awakening on January 2, 2015.