Director: John Murlowski
Stars: Ross Partridge, Julia Nickson, Lala Sloatman, David Naughton
Keyes Terry and his girlfriend, Llanie, live in a set of artist's loft in the city. One day while leaving the loft he spots a homeless man across the street with a mirror and takes it home. The mirror came from the Amityville house. All of the artists in the building are broke, so they convince the owner, David Naughton, to hold an art show in the building. Suki lives next to Keyes, and she ends up sleeping with the landlord after completing a series of large paintings. She is found hanging from a noose after one of her painting comes to life. Keyes keeps having dreams about this family having dinner. Keyes learns more about his dreams and his past while looking for the answers to what is happening.
This one has more to do with the first two movies than any of the others. They left the original meaning of the story several films ago, and they are really trying to make that connection again. They bring some of the older characters back, but it seems a bit too late. The more has no thrills at all, not even a jump, or for that matter little gore. I can see what they were trying to do, but it should have been done in the third movie. It would have made more sense, but no they wanted until the seventh in the series. The art is even bad and stupid.
Amityville: A New Generation (1993) Trailer