Wednesday, November 21, 2012

[Movie Review] Paranormal Activity 4

Paranormal Activity 4
R-13| Henry Joost & Ariel Schulman| US| 95Mins

Reviewed by: Barron Mata
Rating: 2/5


What to Expect for a fourth movie in a inconsistent popular found-footage horror franchise, cliched parts, tiresomr characters and eventually a total bore, but this sequel to Paranormal Activity 2 slightly exceeded what we expect despite some cheap scares and thin script.

Paranormal Activity 4 follows the same basic formula first person footage tells the story of a family, who finds their home life increasingly disturbed by potentially malevolent supernatural activity

Altough a terrific start, it started just your average horror movie, It is just plain and simple , a little boring but somehow provides a spooky athmosphere , some screams , Paranormal Activity made the transition from low-budget horror phenomenon to bankable product with the release of the first sequel and arguably Paramount Pictures is very happy about it.

Undoubtedly, This is the weakest of all the franchise, but it manages to be efficient and probably a little bit a decent entry, Paranormal Activity 4 had it's moments and flops but it's still gives us chills and momentarily screams, but it's not enough it's been buried , with shallow plot, dull interpration , Somehow Katie Featherson is getting more creepy and creepier after movie after movie, after her demonic possesion in the original Paranormal Activity and we will getting more of her in probably another sequel or prequel.

P.S. Kathryn Newton is somekind of beautiful.


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