|Amityville Horror||July 27, 1979||Stuart Rosenberg||Sandor Stern|
|Amityville II: The Posession||September 24, 1982||Damiano Damiani||Tommy Lee Wallace|
|Amityville 3-D: The Demon||November 18, 1983||Richard Fleischer||William Wales|
|Amityville 4: The Evil Escapes||May 12, 1989||Sandor Stern||Sandor Stern|
|The Amityville Curse||May 7, 1990||Tom Berry||Michel Krueger, Dougg Olson, and Norvell Rose|
|Amityville 1992: It's About Time||July 16, 1992||Tony Randell||Christopher Defaria and Antonio Toro|
|Amityville: A New Generation||September 29, 1993||John Murlowski|
Evil Never Dies
|October 2, 1996||Steve White||Joshua Michael Stern|
|The Amityville Horror||April 14, 2005||Andrew Douglas||Scott Kosar|
|The Amityville Haunting||December 13, 2011||Geoff Meed||Geoff Meed|
|The Amityville Asylum||June 3, 2013||Andrew Jones||Andrew Jones|
|Amityville Death House||February 24, 2015||Mark Polonia||John Oak Dalton|
|The Amityville Playhouse||April 13, 2015||John R. Walker||John R. Walker and Steve Hardy|
|Amityville: The Reawakening||2015||Franck Khalfoun||Daniel Farrandas and Casey La Scala|
None of the films are direct sequels to each other, and parts I, II and IV are the only films based on books from the Amityville book series and establish references with each other. Amityville II is a prequel to the original 1979 film, which tells the story of the DeFeo family's mass murder (though they are named the Montelli family in the film)..
- The 1984 British film Bloodbath at the House of Death is largely a spoof of the 1979 film.
- In The Simpsons' first Halloween special, "Treehouse of Horror",
the family experiences paranormal activity in their new home, which was the site of a mass murder and was built on an Indian burial ground.
- Scary Movie 2 parodies the scene in which the priest blessing the house is attacked by flies.
Producers and distributors
The films have at various times been owned by several different production and distribution companies internationally and in the United States. American International Pictures produced and released the original film, before Orion Pictures bought the rights to the film, as well as II and 3-D. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) now owns films one through 3-D, and released them in a box set in 2005. While 4 was a TV film broadcast on NBC, it has been released multiple times by independent distribution companies in recent years (one of which was Vidmark, who also released Curse; Vidmark is now owned by Lionsgate). It's About Time, A New Generation and Dollhouse have all been released by Republic Pictures