The Lutz' story has since been depicted in The Amitvyille Horror and its remake.The history behind the Amityville franchise has been quite an interesting one to say the least.Starting out with #The Amityville Horror in 1979, the film had two theatrical sequels, Amityville II: The Possession and Amityville 3-D, followed by five(! Of course, you can't leave out the 2005 remake of The Amityville Horror, which served as the big-screen debut for Chloe Grace Moretz, and also gave us a fair share of Ryan Reynolds's abs.Strangely enough, no film in the history of the franchise has ever really covered the De Feo murders before, so it will be interesting to see the franchise take such a fresh take.While fans have been eagerly awaiting the much-delayed Bella Thorne starrer, Amityville: The Awakening, it appears that mega horror producer Eli Roth has been busy putting together an Amityville flick of his own.Broad Green Pictures has recently signed a deal to make 1974, a film based on the true events behind the most famous haunted house in the world.
The new adaptation of Brian Garfield‘s novel co-stars Vincent D’Onofrio, Elisabeth Shue, and Mike Epps.
As for whether or not it will actually happen, well, your guess is as good as ours. In This Week in Horror with Whitney Moore This Week in Horror from Bloody Disgusting - August 21, 2017 - Cult of Chucky, It, and Arnold Schwarzenegger is back!
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Roth took part in a Reddit AMA session on June 2nd, and as he probably expected, he was asked about Over the years, Roth’s passion for the project has never seemed to wane, and last we heard, he planned on making it a serious slasher film that would feel like it truly was ripped straight out of the ’80s.
Of course, the wacky faux trailer was mostly played for laughs, but it’s likely that if the movie ever does actually come to fruition, it’ll be more straight-faced than over-the-top comedic.