Posted by demonik on August 13, 2009
Gordon McGill – Amityville 3-D (Futura, 1984)
EVIL NEVER DIES…
When John Baxter falls in love with the house at 112 Ocean Street, Amityville, he is not impressed by the tales of horror that come with it.
That is his first mistake.
His second mistake is to ignore the warnings: the bizarre ‘accidents’ to those around him, the sudden plunging into darkness, the freezing wind, the
mysterious photographs. Nothing can convince him.
Until the hand of death reaches out to touch his loved one. And suddenly he is caught up in the terror and anguish that every occupant of that
house has known – cursed forever, never to be free.
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Posted by demonik on August 23, 2007
James Kahn – Poltergeist (Granada, 1982)
FROM A DIMENSION BEYOND THE LIVING, A TERROR TO SCARE YOU TO DEATH
From the imageless eye of the TV set, from the flickering snowy light, it calls to Carol Anne, six years old and innocent.
From beyond the world of the living, it reaches out in unholy anger, ripping her from the arms of her family into the thrall of the POLTERGEIST
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