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Amityville: The Awakening
Thriller, Horror
IMDB rating:
Franck Khalfoun
Jordyn Utz as Young Belle
Brian Breiter as Teacher
Mckenna Grace as Juliet
Taylor Spreitler as Marissa
Thomas Mann as Terrence
Bella Thorne as Belle
Kurtwood Smith as Dr. Milton
Storyline: Belle, her little sister, and her comatose twin brother move into a new house with their single mother Joan in order to save money to help pay for her brother's expensive healthcare. But when strange phenomena begin to occur in the house including the miraculous recovery of her brother, Belle begins to suspect her Mother isn't telling her everything and soon realizes they just moved into the infamous Amityville house.
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Considerable talent in a sinking ship
"Amityville: The Awakening" is the tenth installment in the "Amityville" series (but honestly, who's counting anymore?), and it follows Belle, a teenager girl who move into the famed 112 Ocean Avenue with her mother, little sister, and brain-dead twin brother on life support. Bad things happen, including her brother become a vessel for demonic energy.

It's been a long road for "Amityville: The Awakening": I remember seeing trailers at the movie theater for it at least two years ago, but it had numerous delays in typical Weinstein Company fashion—it also, if my suspicious are correct, was chopped to pieces by the Weinstein Company's subsidiary Dimension Films, who distributed (or were supposed to distribute) the film.

I have a soft spot for the "Amityville" movies, and have found even the worst of the installments at least amusing—what can I say? I love a haunted house flick. "The Awakening" starts out rather nicely with atmospheric, mundane goings-on as the family settles in, punctuated by genuinely chilling moments: On their second day in the home, the little sister says to Belle that their brother, James, has been cursing at her. The punchline? James is brain-dead and in a vegetative state. These sorts of moments in "The Awakening" genuinely work, and Franck Khalfoun's script gets meta when Bella and her outcast friends have an "Amityville Horror" movie marathon at the Amityville House. As they're watching the infamous "red room" scene from the 1979 original, the power goes out; it's 3:15am. While this move is risky in that it relegates all the other "Amityville" films to fiction, it's clever.

Unfortunately, as the film progresses, things get sloppier and sloppier; uneven editing and pacing matches uneven development of plot lines that are fairly one-note to begin with. About three- quarters of the way through, one begins to realize that there really is not much happening; the subtleties of the first act lead to payoffs that are frankly not that interesting. As I mentioned before, it's difficult to say who is at fault for the film's shortcomings, as the Weinsteins are notorious for cutting films to pieces (see "Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers," or "Cursed" for reference), and a lot of the issues come from what seems to be bad editing. Franck Khalfoun proved himself a talent in my eyes with 2007's "P2," and with people like Jennifer Jason Leigh, Kurtwood Smith, and Jennifer Morrison on board, there is considerable talent here. The young cast is even quite good, with Bella Thorne playing a sympathetic lead.

In the end, "Amityville: The Awakening" is actually one of the better sequels in the series, if we can call it that, and while it does offer some subtle and clever moments, it spins its wheels in the last act and errs into a rote, albeit shoddily-pieced-together conclusion. For series diehards, it's a must-see for the reasons I've stated above, but in general, it's a fairly unremarkable effort. 6/10.
I loved it! Really entertaining film.
They finished filming 'Amityville: The Awakening' in 2014 and supposed to release in 2015, but release date delayed more than once. Anyway, my waiting time is over. I finally saw it! I absolutely loved it.

What's it about? In 1974, 'he' murdered his entire family as they slept in a haunted house, in Amityville, but 40 years later, a single mother that moves her three children into that the same house.

This movie is terrific, crazy and scary with some creepy moments. But yet, it's a lot of fun to watch. It has great jump scares! I found the twists incredibly crazy.

One thing in this movie made me surprise is that they showed the actual Amityville DVDs (the original, Amityville II: The Possession and the remake) and I loved how they showed it in this Amityville movie lol. They said new versions are boring, so they picked the original to watch and some of the characters watched it on TV. 😂

Let's talk about the characters: Bella Thorne gave a likable character, good acting and she showed her emotional moments. She wasn't dumb, neither annoying. She seemed awesome when she was fighting with the demon in the last scene.

Jennifer Jason Leigh gives a creepy performance. She played really crazy mother who already knew about the 'Amityville Horror' murders and she thought everything would be better in a possessed house in Amityville, but she was also good. She did a good job.

Cameron Monaghan was really creepy as looking. He was easily the best and creepiest part of the movie.

It's not for everyone, but if you waited to see it in a long time, you should to see it if you want. Since you need a time for this movie to release.
I really wanted to like this movie - I went into with an open mind not really knowing what to expect from it as I had not read any of the reviews.

For me it lacked atmosphere, reminiscent of a made-for-TV or direct to DVD movie.

The idea of a family moving into the actual Defeo house 40 years on was an intriguing premise, but what I could not get past was the fact that the eldest daughter had no idea about the house and it's history until her new-found friends informed her, along with it's grisly back- story. Had she been living under a rock? At first I thought - OK, the movies don't exist in this universe but then they actually mention the movies, sequels and remake and even venture to watch the 1979 original.

Still, it was watchable and although there were the usual clichéd horror tropes it did hold my interest until the end.
I think it's the best sequel
Not sure whether this movie was supposed to be a sequel or reboot but it was 10 times better then that horrible movie with Ryan Reynolds from 2005 and all the other cheesy sequels like Amityville: the evil escapes, dollhouse, curse, it's about time, a new generation etc. To me the awakening felt like a good sequel to the original trilogy. It reminded me a little of part 2 the possession just not as brutal. Score was done really well and I liked the no nonsense spooky feel and atmosphere of this film and worked well without the B-rated style acting and cheap special effects a lot of the sequels suffered from. All the actors in this movie did a good job making the characters likable and feel real. and My only issue with this movie was all the cuts and some scenes in the trailers not shown, and in 1 scene there is a bad edit while they take James outside in his wheelchair. I wanted to know what the dialogue was but it was cut out during a conversation. I hope the director will eventually release an extended R-rated cut on DVD/blu ray. I would have preferred watching on the big screen to get the full experience. If it does end up in my local theatre on Oct 28th i will go.
Good movie but I expected a greater deal from the ending
I gave it 8 out of 10. The movie had good jump scenes and a good story. I liked the fact that it made references to the older movies to clarify the plot. I expected more from the ending, I think I expected a twist but , all in all, good horror movie to watch! The actor had a good performance I recommend!
Terrible Story and Poorly Written Screenplay
The seventeen year-old Belle Walker (Bella Thorne) moves to Long Island with her mother Joan (Jennifer Jason Leigh), her little sister Juliet (Mckenna Grace), her comatose twin brother James (Cameron Monaghan) and her aunt Candice (Jennifer Morrison). James suffered an accident and depends on the life support equipment to survive. His neurologist Dr. Milton (Kurtwood Smith) knows that the braindead James will not recover but Joan does not accept the truth and has high-hopes that her beloved son will recover. When Belle goes to school, she learns that her address is the notorious Amityville house where a father killed his family forty years ago. Belle discovers blood stains under the wallpaper of her room and soon mysterious things happen in the house. When James recovers after a flat line, Belle believes an evil thing has possessed he brother.

"Amityville: The Awakening" is another Amityville horror film with terrible story and poorly written screenplay. The characters are not well developed and the conclusion is deceptive. My vote is five.

Title (Brazil): "Amityville: O Despertar" ("Amityville: The Awakening")
Finally out somewhere in the world
Infamous for its long history of delays, re-ratings and re-namings, "Amityville: The Awakening" has finally been released internationally, and it's a little gem that still haven't got the final form it deserved. Firstly the atmosphere and the look of this franchise installment are a big treat. By no means this is a trashy production. Cinematographer Steven Poster, famous for The "Donnie Darko", created some soft silky photography akin to childlike innocence, which of course dramatically contrasts the harsh events of the story. With its dream-like atmosphere and surreal logic (partly probably a result of the production leapfroging) new "Amityville" steps on the ground of some morbid nightmares, disarms the viewer and easily brings in all the spooks. Someone in the audience, while we all watched the movie, at some point even screamed in terror: "I don't understand what's happening!". It could be plainly because of the story-telling issues, but this movie also has plenty of dark and bold psychological twistedness pouring over the screen. New "Amityville" still has some gore, even with the PG- 13 rating (R-rated goreness might make this movie way too depressing), but the good ol' suspense is at the center here with the haunted-house, haunted-youth themes. Bella Thorne is just beautiful (period) and also perfect for the deer in the headlights role, with a lovely Gothic teen angst style. Veteran actress Jennifer Jason Leigh gives a creepy performance of an overly fixated mother figure going through a faith and parental crisis. Leigh's as usually great in being very sweet and somehow lovecraftian at the same time. Her and Thorne's mother/daughter liaison is one of the best thrilling elements of the story. I haven't seen any other "Amityville" films, so it would be interesting for the fans of the original and the franchise itself to see what this new installment brings in (prepare yourself for a tongue-in-cheek acknowledgement of the "Amityville" universe, which I found rather sweet). It has some cult-potential with all the R-rated version and Director's cut and alternate endings hopefully coming ahead (even the trailer shows a lot of scenes that didn't get in theatrical cut). Yet, the production havoc is especially obvious in the abrupt ending of the movie. You know something went wrong when in the end you get a voice-over basically explaining the story you just saw. Probably, french director Franck Khalfoun (good with artful gore, see "Maniac" (2012)) was heading towards more ambiguity, but instead we get a rather anticlimactic ending and Thorne's incomplete character. Still a nice journey into the dark for all the fans of morbid spooks and especially for teenagers, who are going to be shocked. A lot of jokes will be made in terms of how "awakened" this movie really is. Actually "Amityville: The Awakening" resides perfectly on edge of still seeing a surreal bad dream with just a second away from opening your eyes into reality.
After all this time of waiting we finally know what it's like...mostly fine.
After four or five years of countless problems in pre and post production, trying so desperately to get released this movie finally does...in one of the saddest ways that is pretty unbecoming of something that fought so hard for so long, by throwing it out digitally for free, plus with a severely limited theatrical release later on....wow.

The story is about a teenage girl named Belle (played by Bella Thorne) and her family that move into the Amityville house. Her family consists of her mom (Jennifer Jason Leigh), her little sister (Mckenna Grace) and her twin brother who is in a coma for two years (Cameron Monaghan). From there, freaky things start to occur around the house to the point where Belle isn't sure what is real anymore. Within a short amount of time of moving into the house with a terrifying past, it appears that her comatose brother's state begins to improve; however the tensions between Belle and her mother increase, making us wonder where the real threat lies in the family. Her possibly possessed brother or the mother that refuses to let anything stop her from making the family whole again.

Anyways, after all of this time of waiting and wondering what could be so wrong about this movie to warrant such a long hold on this production and I am still not entirely sure what the problem was. It's mostly fine. There are some problems with it for sure; particularly some scenes that are fairly obvious re- shoots/additional content filmed and edited in at a later date from initial production; because there are characters that practically have nothing to do with the plot aside from providing needless exposition about things we already know and also declaring that the "Amityville Horror" film franchise exists as movies in this movie's universe...that's perplexing to say the least. I mean, why? That's just confusing and also is something that kind of makes the lead character look dumb for not knowing about the Amityville house since the movies exist in her reality. I am curious as to what these 're- shoot' scenes had replaced, because I feel like there was probably some more material that delved into the relationship between the family or maybe the medical investigation going on with the brother, but was unfortunately cut and replaced with some pointless characters and uninteresting dialog.

Also there are some disturbing themes that the movie very briefly introduces, but does not flesh them out or resolve them in much of a satisfying way. Plus there is a sequence about halfway into this movie that feels out of place or cut incorrectly because a certain 'scare' occurs in this movie that involves the youngest sister, but then is completely dropped and forgotten literally in the next shot. It was jarring. There is editing like that which pops up here and there, but is never too terrible to enrage or confuse too drastically.

Aside from the gripes I've listed, I will say that this movie is still mostly fine. It has a decent enough story with decent enough characters. There's nothing groundbreaking in terms of its writing, but it works enough to carry itself along in its very short run time. The actors all do well in their roles, especially Jennifer Jason Leigh who has to play this mother at her wits end in her attempts to bring her son out of his vegetative state and will do anything to make that happen. There are times where she feels legitimately intimidating without playing it over-the-top. The majority of the scares work pretty well, particularly since this movie focuses more on character and plot and less on jump scares, even though there are some that happen from time to time. Luckily the jump scares that do happen aren't many, nor all that badly handled.

In my opinion, this is an okay movie; it has enough character development, story, scares and atmosphere to hold itself up. I feel that it has had a lot of fluctuation over the years in its quality and it may have been better if it hadn't gone through all those years of post-production hell. Comparing it to other films that have gone through similar experiences though, I will say it is probably one of the better examples of its kind. So if you give this movie a shot then you'll most likely watch it and be fine with going about the rest of your day. It won't stick in your mind as anything great, but a serviceable flick. Sometimes that's all you need from a little horror movie around Halloween time.
predictable and full of clichés
The original Amityville horror (1979) spawned a hardcore following and had the mystery of being based on true events. Being an instant hit it created a franchise sadly going downhill after part two. A remake (2005) did bring the story to the new kiddies in town and it had to happen, 2017 brought the story back again.

Bright thinking of the production to bring back the original story and some parts of the original flick is shown. So far so good but let me say that this was the best part.

There's nothing scary at all in this flick. Of course they tried to add some jump scene's but they are so predictable that it doesn't work. On the other hand all the killings are done off-camera that it becomes so low on horror that it is really bad.

And so cliché, the sister being the outcast, a Goth chick, really? Nope, this wasn't really worth watching for me. Just watch the 1979 version and forget the awakening.

Gore 0/5 Nudity 0/5 Effects 2/5 Story 1,5/5 Comedy 0/5
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