The Amityville Asylum

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The Amityville Asylum
Directed by Andrew Jones
Based on The Amityville Horror 
by Jay Anson
Starring Sophia Del Pizzo
Release dates
  • June 3, 2013 (2013-06-03)
Running time
88 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Budget $20,000[1]

The Amityville Asylum is a 2013 direct-to-video horror film and the 11th film based on the 1977 novel The Amityville Horror. The film follows the trend of the sequels having little to nothing to do with the events in the book only using the location and the DeFeo murders as a plot point. The plot recounts events at an Asylum that has been built over 112 Ocean Avenue the site of the Amityville murders that was torn down 2 years prior and a woman named Lisa gets a job cleaning nights and experiences paranormal activity during her shifts. In real life however the house still exists, but the address has been changed to 108 Ocean Avenue.[2][3]


"Lisa Templeton begins a new job as a cleaner at High Hopes Hospital, a mental institution in Amityville, Long Island. Initially delighted to get the job, Lisa soon realises that all is not as it seems. Intimidated by staff and the psychotic ramblings of the patients, she is further unnerved by apparent super natural occurrences on the night shift. To preserve her sanity, Lisa must uncover the mysterious history of the institution and its inmates. But the truth is far more terrifying than she could ever imagine."[4]


  • Sophia Del Pizzo as Lisa Templeton
  • Sarah Louise Madison as Allison
  • Eileen Daly as Sadie Krenwinkel
  • Kenton Hall as Pemberton
  • Lee Bane as Delaney
  • Matthew Batte as Dennis Palmer
  • Paul Kelleher as Hardcastle
  • Jared Morgan as Doctor Elliot Mixter
  • Andy Evason as Atkins
  • Liam Hobbs as Inmate #3
  • Robert Graham as Asylum Doctor #1
  • Sean Robinson as Asylum Inmate
  • Carwyn John as Inmate #2
  • Judith Haley as Mrs. Hardesty
  • Ina Marie Smith as Nancy


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