Amityville: A New Generation

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Amityville: A New Generation
Amityville New Generation.jpg
DVD cover
Directed by John Murlowski
Produced by Barry Bernardi,
Steve White,
Christopher DeFaria
Written by Christopher DeFaria,
Antonio M. Toro
Starring Ross Partridge,
Julia Nickson-Soul,
Lala Sloatman
Music by Daniel Licht
Cinematography Wally Pfister
Edited by Rick Finney
Distributed by Republic Pictures
Release dates
  • September 29, 1993 (1993-09-29)
Running time 91 mins.
Country United States
Language English
Budget $1,500,000 (estimated)

Amityville: A New Generation is the seventh installment in the Amityville Horror saga. It was released direct to video in 1993. Republic Pictures released this movie in R-rated and unrated versions. Lionsgate Home Entertainment and FremantleMedia North America has released this film to DVD in July 2005.

Plot[edit]

Keyes Terry is an art photographer who is given a mirror by a homeless person he meets on the streets. After taking the mirror home, he eventually realizes that it is possessed with the spirit of his father, Franklin Bronner, who murdered his family on Thanksgiving with a shotgun in the original Amityville house.

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Production[edit]

The film's working title was Amityville 1993: The Image of Evil

It is unclear if the past murders are a reference to the real life DeFeo murders or are a separate event entirely. The name mentioned is Bonner instead of Defeo. A similar situation arose with the first sequel/prequel Amityville II: The Possession in which the Defeo family is renamed Montelli.

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