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'Paranormal Activity 4' Trailer Isn't Scary But Quite Interesting


Another year, another Paranormal Activity

Paramount has finally found their Saw with Paranormal Activity, a new horror series that produces sequel and after sequel after sequel.  Unlike Saw, I enjoyed all of the films the PA series so far and am looking forward to each new iteration.  I groaned when Saw II was announced and was ecstatic when PA2 and PA3 were announced so you can probably feel my excitement for Paranormal Activity 4

The directors from the last and best film of the series, Paranormal Activity 3, Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman return, so I am excited for that.  They jolted a new breath in the series, made the characters feel three-dimensional and made us actually care what would happen to the main character, unlike the first one where it felt as though it was forcing me to like those characters.  A controversy from the PA series is that each trailer has specifically made footage not in the film and I am okay with that.  Check out the first full length teaser below:


At first, I was unsure whether this took place around the events or PA1 and 2 or 2006 but this takes place in 2011 making Hunter, the baby from 2 about five or six.  I can say that I am excited to see what is going to happen to Hunter and Katie and Ali Rey, if they decide to bring her back.  I like this new direction they are taking the series.   For any news relating to Paranormal Activity 4, stay with Get The Big Picture.  


Bonus: Check out the poster and don't forget to demand to your city first.  




Source: Apple Trailers

Reader Comments (1)

Just have to note that the trailer's Skype segment is totally ripped from the much more superior executed sequence from the horror-anthology film V/H/S . Just saying.

Wednesday, August 1, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterMario

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