Writer/producer Christopher Landon, who’s been with the Paranormal Activity franchise since the first sequel is assuring fans and haters alike that there is an endgame in place for the found footage horror flicks. I personally think there’s no way a studio would let a franchise exit on its own terms without a good reason, that reason
So they are still making these, strange. Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones is the latest film in the titular franchise, and the first not to be released in October. The Conjuring is out on home media now, so if you want to be scared or at least entertained, watch that. I haven’t seen all these
Here are the first two trailers for Paranormal Activity 4, which by this point if you have been watching, you know the formula: found footage, cynical characters, something paranormal, and credits. I can see that maybe this one is happening present day with all new characters that may have something to do with past characters.
There will be an official trailer for the fourth entry in the Paranormal Activity franchise tomorrow, in the mean time we have two teasers to tease you with. The teasers look like footage from the past movies (does that count as found footage?) so there isn’t much here. I’m not a fan of the series,
Paramount sent out a press release this week with release plans for 2012 where it was made clear that Paranormal Activity 4 was a go for this year. There are no details about the sequel, we don’t know who will direct, write, star, or when it will even come out (I bet it’s around October).
The Muppets have released two final trailers as parodies, we like them like that. The highly anticipated return of the Muppets is set to be released on November 23rd, watch the trailers below. When Walter, the world’s biggest Muppet fan, and friends Gary (Jason Segel) and Mary (Amy Adams) discover the nefarious plan of oilman
Apollo 18 had some “Paranormal Activity” like footage that was released (see it in our Summer Movie Guide), it was basically “clever” marketing to make the story seem more realistic (or the Blair Witch Project effect). The story goes: “Apollo 17, launched December 17th, 1972, was the last manned mission to the moon. But a
A collection of links from across the web that may be film, TV and or entertainment related. The “Seven Samurai” remake has a director, Scott Mann. [variety] Catfish directors take on Paranormal Activity 3. [bloody-disgusting] Rachel Weisz to play evil witch in Disney’s ‘Oz’. [THR] Friedberg, Seltzer’s latest spoof “The Biggest Movie of All Time
Here is our weekend preview of what is opening in theaters and what you might want to catch on TV. Have a great weekend everyone, check back Sunday night for a Box Office Report and as always, we return Monday with a brand new City Strip! – And Here We…Go!
Director James Wan (Saw, Death Sentence) is back and teaming with Paranormal Activity creators for a film he has said himself he wants to be “the Poltergeist for this generation”. Insidious premiered at TIFF 2010 and garnered great word of mouth. The story follows a young family that discovers the body of their comatose boy