Amityville: Vanishing Point
Amityville: Vanishing Point is a 2016 American horror film written and directed by Dylan Greenberg, and co-written by Selena Mars, Jurgen Azazel Munster, and Ezra Pailer. It premiered on video on demand before being released direct-to-video, and is the fourteenth film to be inspired by Jay Anson's 1977 novel The Amityville Horror. Selena Mars, Amanda Flowers, and Sara Kaiser star as the residents of an Amityville, New York boarding house that is plagued by paranormal activity after the mysterious death of their friend Margaret East (Sofe Cote).
The film opens with the death of a young woman named Margaret East in Amityville, New York. Margaret lived in a Bohemian boarding house, and her death is being investigated by Hank Denton, an obnoxious man who is referred to as both a detective and an FBI agent. All of Margaret's friends find Denton rude and annoying, except for Sentinel Ernie, who convinces her mother, Aphrodite, the boarding house's owner, to let Denton stay at the Amityville Boarding House, which is being haunted by both a demon and Margaret's ghost.
|author||Dylan Greenberg Ezra Pailer Jurgen Azazel Munster Selena Mars|
|keywords||ace of spades annoy aphrodite a attack baseball card boarding house bohemian bohemianism fbi agent giant insect haunt john b. calhoun keith hernández kill lesbian manhattan bridge séance strange dreams terrorize young woman|
|producer||Jurgen Azazel Munster|
|theme||avant-garde and experimental exploitation ghost independent lgbt-related psychological horror sequel|