AMITYVILLE Double Feature Continues “Retro Nightmares” Cinema Series In Theaters October 4th
AMITYVILLE Double Feature Continues the “Retro Nightmares” Cinema Series In Theaters Nationwide for One Night Only Thursday, October 4th WHAT: Amityville: The Evil Escapes and Amityville: It’s About Time DOUBLE FEATURE – in theaters for ONE NIGHT ONLY – digitally remastered and featuring an exclusive new bonus five-minute mash-up of both movies by Attack Media
WHEN: Thursday, October 4th (Check local listings for times)
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DETAILS: The DOUBLE FEATURE, Amityville: The Evil Escapes and Amityville: It’s About Time marks the 2nd event for the “Bloody Disgusting Presents Retro Nightmares” Cinema Series this fall from international distributer Multicom Entertainment Group, Inc. and global event cinema leader Trafalgar Releasing.
The Bloody Disgusting Presents “Retro Nightmares”Cinema Series is bringing five HD digitally remastered cult horror classics–as voted online by fans–to the big screen for one night only every Thursday starting with The House on Sorority Row (September 27th), followed by a DOUBLE FEATURE, Amityville: The Evil Escapes and Amityville: It’s About Time(October 4th), and concluding with a DOUBLE FEATURE: Sweet Sixteen and The Convent (October 11th).
Amityville: The Evil Escapes(1989) Written and Directed by Sandor Stern (The Amityville Horror), Starring Patty Duke (Valley of the Dolls, The Miracle Worker), Jane Wyatt, Fredric Lehne, Lou Hancock, Brandy Gold, Alex Rebar, Aron Eisenberg
What it’s about: The demonic forces that were lurking in the infamous house in Amityville for over 300 years escape to a remote California mansion by inhabiting a lamp.
Amityville: It’s About Time (1992)
Directed by Tony Randel (Hellbound: Hellraiser II; Children of the Night); Starring Stephen Macht (Monster Squad, Graveyard Shift), Shawn Weatherly (Police Academy 3: Back in Training), Megan Ward
What it’s about: Widowed father Jake Sterling brings an antique clock home to his family, unaware of its evil ties to the infamous haunted house in Amityville.
Why you should go: If you’ve ever been tempted to bring home something old from a flea market or garage sale, you might want to think again. These movies demonstrate that even antiques can be more deadly than they look. And at the end of the night, you can debate your friends about whether an evil lamp or a possessed clock is a more sinister home decorating choice.
Fans will also be treated to exclusive in-theater bonus content from Attack Media, as two scenes from Amityville: The Evil Escapes (1989) and Amityville: It’s About Time (1992) go from horrifying to hilarious when they get remixed and mashed up into a new five minute edit.