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Special Features: Commentary, Featurette, Q&A, Trailer
I have to say I don't much like the guy.
Both films should have been quite gripping, but in reality, I found both of them to be quite suspect, mostly because of issues with the main characters in both films.
He seems to truly resent George and sincerely believe that George's involvement in the occult brought on the haunting.
I'm a big fan of anything haunted house or paranormal related. And the Amityville story is fascinating, but it's told here by a only one member of the family who has his own... Read morePublished 5 days ago by AJ
Very interesting documentary.
I'm always interested in anything to do with The Amityville Horror, who knows what really happened but I was interested in hearing Daniel Lutz... Read more
I love good docs and this one is one of the greats. It's about trauma and what this guy experienced in his childhood. Mesmerizing.Published 1 month ago by RB
There have been innumerably movies and documentaries on the Amityville story, and the family has long-since debunked the whole story as a hoax. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tom Hunter
This is a very good documentary. The son is recounting his own personal experiences which he still seems traumatized by along with his personal relationships. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Noble
The “Amityville Horror” was supposed to be a true story, which sparked a prior documentary in which several family members spoke, but Danny Lutz, the supposedly possessed kid, did... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Karl E. Weaver
I definitely believe something happened in the Amityville house. Daniel Lutz comes across sincere and straight to the point. Read morePublished 2 months ago by dressed in black