Amityville: The Awakening (2017)
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The script is just as lazy as the acting, leaning on a fitfully applied, Scream-esque meta subplot to justify why the hell we're all here in the first place.
She (Bella Thorne) is the clichéd Goth girl incarnate, made even more laughable by the fact that almost no teenager in 2017 still wears the studded belts and corset tops that is Belle's "sad girl" costume.
A vulgar exercise of terror that, despite its defects, manages to stand out from its delectable predecessors. [Full Review in Spanish]
A worthy sister to Amityville II. [Full Review in Spanish]
Audience Reviews for Amityville: The Awakening
Rebooting the franchise, Amityville: The Awakening takes a fresh look at the haunted house that terrified a generation. The story follows a recently widowed mother who moves her two daughters and invalid son to a house in the country hoping that the change will help her son's condition, and when he starts to improve the eldest daughter begins to question whether it's really him or if he's being possessed. Both Jennifer Jason Leigh and Bella Thorne give solid performances, and the film has an interesting meta quality to it where both the real life events and the films exist. But the horror is rather tame and the forces of evil are limited in their power and influence (not really going beyond the one possession). While it gets some points for creativity, Amityville: The Awakening doesn't have much ambition and sets a rather low bar for itself.
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