What I'd like to see Scream Factory do with The Amityville Horror trilogy.

So our beloved Scream Factory happens to be working on their very first box set which will be made up of the first three Amityville Horror films.

I'm a total nerd when it comes to any sort of special edition box set.  Over the years I've collected everything from zombie heads to Lament configurations to Coffins.  I love getting a series of films grouped together in one release, the gimmicky box is just the icing on the cake really.  Toss in a couple of set-exclusive features and you've found yourself in "MUST OWN" territory.

Now I'm not sure what Scream Factory is planning at this point, but it's safe to say that these three films are in the hands of a fan friendly company.  If we were to judge based on past releases it's probably safe to assume new interviews, featurettes, and commentaries are a certainty.

However what about the box these discs come in?  Wouldn't it be nice to get something extremely cool and visually interesting to "house" these three films in.  So with an abundant amount of free time and Microsoft's crude Paint application I threw this together.


Yeah yeah, it's not the prettiest thing in the world but I think it conveys my point, something to the liking of this, a 3d house, would look flippin' awesome.

It might be unlikely, I mean aside from the cool Walking Dead sets Anchor Bay has released you'll find yourself having to import the truly cool box sets, but a fan can dream right?

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