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Amityville: The Evil Escapes (1989)

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It's good-bye Long Island and hello to the Bay State as the spooks from Amityville head to California. In this made-for-TV issue, an exorcist is called to put a stop to all the extra-ordinary happenings going on.
Rating:
R
Genre:
Horror , Television
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Trimark

Cast

Patty Duke
as Nancy Evans
Jane Wyatt
as Alice Leacock
Fredric Lehne
as Father Kibbler
Brandy Gold
as Jessica Evans
Norman Lloyd
as Father Manfred
Aron Eisenberg
as Brian Evans
Zoe Trilling
as Amanda Evans
Aaron Eisenberg
as Brian Evans
Geri Betzler
as Amanda Evans
Lou Hancock
as Peggy
Robert Alan Browne
as Donald McTear
James Stern
as Danny Reade
Peggy McCay
as Helen Royce
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Critic Reviews for Amityville: The Evil Escapes

All Critics (3)

Some things are really just too stupid to comprehend

July 8, 2005

Why does this series keep passing building codes?

June 7, 2005
Kansas City Kansan

Audience Reviews for Amityville: The Evil Escapes

Amityville IV: The Evil Escapes is one of those sequels that is over the top, but not as bad as others in the series. Acting wise this film still lacks big time, and is pretty stupid. Story wise, you're to be disappointed due to a poorly written script that offers nothing truly engaging and memorable for the viewer. This is a made for TV film and it shows in terms of lacking effective thrills, good story and above all, good acting. This film could have been a lot better than what it turned out to be and if given the right amount of attention, I think that the film could have been much better as well. The film leaves a lot to be desired and it is pretty bad, however it is not as awful as the other sequels that would follow in this lack of creativity series, I say that because the filmmakers would struggle to try and create something entertaining, but would fail miserably. This fourth film is very bad, and it has some pretty stupid moments as well. The premise of the lamp was too tongue in cheek to comprehend, and whoever thought that it would make for a great horror film was sadly wrong. This is a bad film that is poorly constructed and offers nothing to appeal to genre fans looking for a great horror yarn. This may be an ok film to watch for a bad movie night along with the other sequels, but as it stands, this one isn't worth your time. This was really the start of the creative downfall of the series, and more dreadful films would plague this franchise that never should have happened.

Alex roy
Alex roy

Super Reviewer

Shockingly bad and predictable, and this is not the end of the series. Instead of having a haunted house, this time we have a haunted object: A Lamp, yes, A frigging Lamp.

Sylvester Kuo
Sylvester Kuo

Super Reviewer

To be honest I don't mind the Amityville films. This fourth film in the series has the evil demon move across from Long Island to California via a creepy looking lamp which it has transferred into ready to torment another family. It's not great but it has enough entertaining moments to enjoy and it moves along at a good pace. If you didn't enjoy any of the previous Amityville films then avoid this one.

Lee ?
Lee ?

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