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Terror Has a Reflection All its Own.

Amityville: A New Generation

Photographer Keyes is given an old mirror from an homeless person he photographs on the street, takes it home and gives it a friend. He doesn't know yet that people see horrible things happen to themselves in the mirror and later these things come true. Are these really suicides or is there a demonic force behind the mirror?


Amityville: A New Generation Cast

Name Character
Terry O'Quinn He was 41, now 70 years old as Detective Clark
Julia Nickson She was 35, now 64 years old as Suki
Lin Shaye She was 49, now 79 years old as Nurse Turner
David Naughton He was 42, now 72 years old as Dick Cutler
Tom Wright He was 40, 49 years old when he died as Morgue Attendant
Richard Roundtree He was 51, now 80 years old as Pauli
Karl Johnson He was 45, now 75 years old as Cafe Owner
Barbara Howard She was 36, now 66 years old as Janet Cutler
Lala Sloatman She was 22, now 52 years old as Llanie
Ross Partridge He was 25, now 55 years old as Keyes Terry
Robert Rusler He was 28, now 57 years old as Ray
Robert Harvey as Orderly

Amityville: A New Generation Crew

Name Department
Christopher DeFaria as Writer. He was 34 (now 63) years old Writing
John Murlowski as Director. He was 40 (now 70) years old Directing
Antonio Toro as Writer. He was 208 (now 238) years old Writing
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Amityville: A New Generation (29 years)

Terror Has a Reflection All its Own.

  • Release day: Wednesday, September 29, 1993
  • Runtime: 90 minutes
  • Budget: 1500000.00