Amityville II: The Possession (1982)

/ 10
51 User Ratings
1h 44m
Running Time

September 24, 1982
Release Date

Amityville II: The Possession (1982)

/ 10
51 User Ratings
1h 44m
Running Time

September 24, 1982
Release Date

External Links & Social Media
Network & Production Companies
Orion PicturesDino De Laurentiis Company
Watch Amityville II: The Possession Trailer


A local priest tries to rid 112 Ocean Avenue of unclean spirits, but what he doesn't yet suspect is that teen Sonny Montelli has been possessed, body and soul, by a murderous demon bent on total destruction.

Where to Watch.

Apple TVRent
Amazon VideoRent
Tubi TVAds
Google Play MoviesRent
Starz Apple TV ChannelSubs
Microsoft StoreRent
The Roku ChannelAds

Currently Amityville II: The Possession is available for streaming online, rent, buy or watch for free on: Apple TV, Amazon Video, Tubi TV, Google Play Movies, Starz, Starz Apple TV Channel, Vudu, Microsoft Store, YouTube, The Roku Channel, Freevee

Streaming in:
🇺🇸 United States

Powered byJustWatch logo

This Movie Is About.

Cast & Crew.


Release Date
September 24, 1982


Running Time
1h 44m

Content Rating


Box Office

Filming Locations
New Jersey, United States of America


Last updated:


Amityville II: The Possession is a 1982 supernatural horror film directed by Damiano Damiani and starring James Olson, Burt Young, Rutanya Alda, Jack Magner, and Diane Franklin. The screenplay by Tommy Lee Wallace is based on the novel Murder in Amityville by the parapsychologist Hans Holzer. It is the second film in the Amityville Horror film series and a loose prequel to The Amityville Horror (1979), set at 112 Ocean Avenue and featuring the fictional Montelli family, loosely based on the DeFeo family. It follows the Montelli family's decline under apparent demonic forces present in their home.

A co-production between the United States and Mexico, principal photography took place at the same Toms River, New Jersey residence featured in the first film, while interiors were shot exclusively on soundstages at Estudios Churubusco in Mexico City. After test screenings were completed, Damiani's original cut of the film was slightly truncated to tone down its overt incestuous sexuality and a rape sequence, which audiences responded to unfavorably.

Released by Orion Pictures in the fall of 1982, Amityville II: The Possession received mixed reviews from critics, though some, such as Roger Ebert, felt it was superior to its predecessor, an opinion that has been echoed by contemporary reviewers.

Social Media
iOS Application
Made in Ukraine 🇺🇦
Copyright © MovieFit 2018 – 2024
All external content remains the property of its respective owner.