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IFC Dates Both ‘My Amityville Horror’ and ‘The Jeffrey Dahmer Files’ For VOD and Limited Theatrical

IFC Films has slated My Amityville Horror, the awesome doc that premiered at this past July’s Fantasia Film Festival, for release on VOD and in select theaters March 1. It’ll hit SundanceNOW and other VOD platforms in February.

The Jeffrey Dahmer Files will see a VOD and limited theatrical run on February 15.

Directed by Eric Walter, My Amityville Horror focuses on an adult Daniel Lutz, one of the survivors of the infamous Amityville hauntings. You’ll find more on the release on the film’s official website.

Chris James Thompson’s Dahmer Files is “An experimental documentary film that uses archival footage, interviews, and fictionalized scenarios to tell the story of the people around Jeffrey Dahmer during the summer of his arrest in 1991.” Here’s that film’s official website.



  • STRIK9

    That Amityville is just an obvious cash grab off that name. That dude was just a little kid when that shit supposedly happened and now as a grown man he has enough material for a movie lol?! It will just retread shit that’s already known in that original book or movie.Dude should get a real job.”Jeff” looks more promising.

  • Corey-Mitchell

    Hey Strik9,

    Actually, you have it backwards. I’ve seen both films and MAH is leaps and bounds better than what originally was just called JEFF (as seen in the second poster above).

    Daniel Lutz, the boy from Amityville, is one intense dude. His story is not so much about the alleged hauntings, but rather of the abuse he suffered at the hands of his stepfather. It’s one of the best films of 2012.

    As for JEFF, it was a major letdown. Only four people were interviewed for the doc, the recreations were lame, and the whole movie just looked like it was shot on the cheap.

  • Chris Hortola

    10 Gauge Lobotomy

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