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Amityville: Vanishing Point

USA 2016
produced by
Jurgen Azazel Munster, Keith Greenberg (co), John P. Brennan (co), Dylan Greenberg (co) for Disck Pictures
directed by Dylan Greenberg
starring Selena Mars, Amanda Flowers, Mickala McFarlane, Jurgen Azazel Munster, Sara Kaiser, Max Husten, Victor M. Sheely, Alyssa Marie C., Rose Kaplan, Jesse Yungbei, David Marquise, Taylor MacLeod, Alexia Giovanna, Neva Gentlman, Lucy Love, Louisa Ashleigh, Carl Peckham, Lys Obsidian, Piera Yerkes, Liz Grayson, Peter Russell, Aaden Grushkin, Max Gnar, John P. Brennan, Julia Simonello, Emily Smykal, Lloyd Kaufman, Catie Corcoran, Zac Amico, Neon Music, Dean Dempsey, Rew Starr, Lindsay Lowe, Sofe Cote
story by Dylan Greenberg, screenplay by Dylan Greenberg, Jurgen Azazel Munster, Pailer Ezra, Selena Mars, Captain Morris, Neon Music, Matt Ellin, John P. Brennan, Victor M. Sheely, Ros Eotb, XII Boar, Vomit Fist, The Slut Junkies, Yung Sham, Selena Mars, Dylan Greenberg

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Margaret (Sofe Cote) has died under mysterious circumstances, and now her best Brigitta (Amanda Flowers), Bermuda (Mickala McFarlane) and Sentinel (Sara Kaiser) are totally devastated, also because they feel thee's something not quite right bout Margaret's death. At the wake that's held at Ms Ernie's (Selena Mars) boarding house they're all staying at, FBI agent Denton (Jurgen Azazel Munster) shows up, presumably to just ask a few questions, but he soon turns out to be a major nuisance. Plus his methods become ever more unorthodox and soon border the unlawful, like when he first as good as forces Ms Ernie to provide him with a room, then tries to break into rooms he has been denied access too, despite not having a warrant or anything. Eventually, he finds a book among dead Margaret's things that might suggest she's not exactly dead but in another dimension ...

In the meantime, Margaret's friends start to see Margaret walking the streets with increasing frequency, but never manage to quite get hold of her. Ultimately, all involved come to the conclusion that in order to solve the mystery surrounding Margaret's death and recurrence, a séance is to be held - but while nobody has known what to expect in the first place, the unexpected still happens ...


Amityville: Vanishing Point is so far young director Dylan Greenberg's narratively most stringent film, and the one that's most clearly defined by genre conventions - but that said, fortunately Amityville: Vanishing Point is still far from being a formula movie, it follows the same often dreamlike logic as Greenberg's earlier movies, it frequently goes over-the-top or drifts off into unexpected directions, and if one wants to compare it to anything, it should probably be called the rabid sibling of Twin Peaks. And the film's also lots of fun, furnished with plenty of off-beat humour, action, an interesting and eclectic musical score, sexy bits and some hilarious performances. Definitely worth a look!


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