Amityville: No Escape
Amityville: No Escape is a 2016 American horror film written and directed by Henrique Couto, and co-written by Ira Gansler. It is the seventeenth film to be inspired by Jay Anson's 1977 novel The Amityville Horror. A found footage film, it follows two storylines, one set in 1997 and the other in 2016, that both involve 112 Ocean Avenue, a haunted house in Amityville, New York.
In April 1997, a woman named Lina moves into 112 Ocean Avenue in Amityville, New York. The house is dilapidated and full of objects that were left in it by previous occupants, and as the lonely Lina works on repairing and cleaning it, she records a video diary for her absent husband, who is a soldier in the United States Army. Worsening paranormal phenomena occurs in the house, which Lina eventually learns was the site of an allegedly possession-induced familicide that was committed by Ronald DeFeo Jr. back in 1974. After a few weeks, an unseen presence attacks and kills Lina.
|author||Henrique Couto Ira Gansler|
|keywords||112 ocean avenue absent husband break camping trip clean college student hike kill little girl missing daughter nothing paranormal phenomena ronald defeo jr. search speak thesis video diary|
|publisher||Camp Motion Pictures|
|theme||camcorder exploitation ghost independent missing people psychological horror sequel solitude time|