The tagline is legendary…well to me at least. It’s larger than the film’s title on the poster and echoes the sentiment of many people in the late seventies when they read about what happened to George and Kathy Lutz in Amityville. “Get Out” they did, and kicked off a firestorm.
I write about the Amityville franchise a lot, too much maybe. So imagine my shock when I realized I had never properly reviewed the films. There are ELEVEN of them, and I’ve only written about one! I started working on the book series a while back, and I still plan to finish those, but for Halloween 2013 I plan to dive into the film series with the 2005 remake of The Amityville Horror. I realize this is out of order, and probably will annoy the Continuity Police somewhere but I was in the mood for some wet Ryan Reynolds the other day and my hormones won. Also, this movie is old so I’m assuming you’ve seen it and there are a shit-ton of spoilers ahead.
The internets are full of artists reimagining classic movie posters to the delight of film geeks everywhere. Back in February I shared a photo of the awesome movie poster the folks over at Skuzzles.com had created for The Amityville Horror. The trend continues with this work of art from Odd City Entertainment.
Gorgeous isn’t it? Both posters celebrate the 2005 remake and like the one from Skuzzles it glows in the dark, and I think I like the alternate version a little better.
I will admit I’d love to see someone use the 1979 movie house in one of these but I ain’t bitchin. You can pick one of these up for yourself by visiting their online store. Act fast though, this is a limited run.