http://bloody-disgusting.com/news/32235 ... the-truth/
http://tbrnews.com/lifestyle/entertainm ... f887a.html
And Danny isn't the easiest person to spend time watching:
This new documentary splits its time between uncomfortable, gruff interviews with Lutz in his gloomy garage and Lutz interacting with the News Team at Channel 5, some of the few journalists that were granted exclusive access to the Amityville story. But no matter the setting, Lutz is simply unlikeable and extremely difficult to sympathize with. Cameras follow him to his first meeting with a new therapist, where he proceeds to be nothing short of pugnacious, aggressively asking her what her most traumatic experience was. It’s clear that nothing she could have said would satisfy Lutz.
http://wsnhighlighter.com/2013/03/14/ne ... le-horror/
Where Walter’s film succeeds is in rendering Lutz, onscreen throughout, as an indelibly prickly and unsettling figure, a textbook trauma victim oozing tough-guy rage like a gangster in “The Departed.” Lutz’s reaction to the question of whether he’d ever take a test of his paranormal veracity nearly qualifies as horror.
http://variety.com/2013/film/reviews/fi ... 200324878/