Bill Martin (Robin Thomas) and his new wife Claire (Starr Andreeff) move into the new house he built in the California mountains. In a shed outback he finds a cute little dollhouse designed just like the famous Amityville, NY abode. How this got here or who built it is never explained. This is no Barbie Dream House though as this dollhouse crushes Bill's gift bike for his daughter's birthday and the parents resort to the "this should make a great gift" routine. The eighth and final Amityville flick before they did the remake. After part 3, the producers felt they could circumvent the whole Amityville house thing by having various possessed items from the house be the gateway to terror. So we had a lamp (AMITYVILLE: THE EVIL ESCAPES), a confessional (THE AMITYVILLE CURSE), a clock (AMITYVILLE: IT'S ABOUT TIME) and a mirror (AMITYVILLE: A NEW GENERATION). So I guess a dollhouse isn't that ridiculous. This is actually a two-for-one deal as we get a possessed recycled fireplace too (there is general confusion as the house was built on foundation of an old house that blew up to suggest it was the Amityville house, but this is clearly set in California). I'm just glad they stopped with this one or we would have ended up with the likes of possessed toaster in AMITYVILLE: YOU'RE TOAST. Or an evil stove in AMITYVILLE: YOUR BLOOD BOILS. One thing this sequel does that is surprising is bring back the taboo sex angle from part 2, along they play it a bit safer with the stepmom lusting for the stepson. Other than that, it is pretty routine stuff with the occasional cool effect here and there (like the progressively rotting dad who haunts his young son a la John Landis' werewolf classic).
Amityville: Dollhouse (1996) 720p YIFY Movie
Amityville: Dollhouse (1996)
Amityville: Dollhouse is a video starring Robin Thomas, Starr Andreeff, and Allen Cutler. A children's doll house, which is a miniature of the infamous haunted Long Island house, is given to a young girl where the demonic evil soon...
IMDB: 4.20 Likes
- Genre: Horror |
- Quality: 720p
- Size: 1.17G
- Resolution: / fps
- Language: English
- Run Time: 93
- IMDB Rating: 4.2/10
- MPR: Normal
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The Synopsis for Amityville: Dollhouse (1996) 720p
A dollhouse that is a replica of the infamous Amityville haunted house is given to a little girl. Soon after, all sorts of horrible unexplained accidents start to happen. The family must work together to fight off the terrifying evil that has inhabited their lives.
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Okay, time to put the series to restReviewed byudar55Vote: 5/10
Amityville Dollhouse is a really fun 90s supernatural Horror & Thriller & it's absolutely fine!!! It's what it's ment to be a fun straight to video Horror. I like it when sequels move onto other characters & other situations but are slightly linked to the others films it creates a fun universe within the franchise just like what Halloween did with the BRILLIANT cult classic season of the witch & what Friday the 13th did with A new beginning!!! That's all fun to me & stops things getting boring so here in Dollhouse it's all completely new characters & a new setting & new house & IT'S all good creepy fun, i enjoyed bk in the 90s when i got it on video & it's still good fun now & a hundred times better than most of todays crap
A haunted dollhouse (why is it haunted? Who knows?) is given to a little girl as a birthday present after her father finds it in the shed out back and it starts terrorizing the entire family by making their wildest dreams and nightmares come true.
A stepmother lusts after her stepson, her own son's pet mouse turns into a gigantic Jim Henson-ish creation, the husband keeps getting nosebleeds, and the stepson's girlfriend is caught on fire in their living room. Honestly, Amityville: Dollhouse is probably one of the more fun entries in the Amityville series, but it's hilarious how they're not even trying to link the films together anymore. Sure, the dollhouse looks a lot like the original Amityville house, but it's never explained why or how this dollhouse has such magical powers.
It is nice to see a little thought being put into the visual design of the film and there are some interesting shots every now and then. At least it doesn't feel like a cynical hack job. Someone was trying to achieve something which is more than I can say for most of the other entries in this franchise.