If you're still interested in the idea of a 'Paranormal Activity 5,' you may not be after you hear its new title. Paramount Pictures not only announced the fifth installment's release date for 2015, but also that we'll apparently be entering 'The Ghost Dimension.'
We're just a few days away from the debut of 'Paranormal Activity' spinoff 'The Marked Ones,' and today the folks behind the film have debuted a brand new teaser as part of their "Scream in the New Year" campaign. Partnering with Shock Till You Drop, they've released this teaser, entitled "Prayer," to help scoot you a little closer to the edge of your seat. We've been hearing some interesting things about the upcoming spinoff, and this teaser has us excited to ring in the new year with a few screams.
2014 looks like it will be a big year for the 'Paranormal Activity' franchise, with a fifth film hitting around Halloween and the intriguing spinoff, 'Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones,' arriving in a week. We don't know much about 'Paranormal Activity 5,' but we do know plenty about the spinoff, which takes this increasingly complicated found-footage saga of demons and possession to a Latino neighborhood. Two new clips have arrived from the film, and if you're looking for more of the same, you'll be very pleased.
We're long past the point where the 'Paranormal Activity' posters provide us with any real scares (sorry, but it's all just been the same stuff over and over), but we'll give some credit to this 'Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones' poster for a legitimately creepy image (at least in comparison to the unimaginative 'Paranormal Activity' posters that came before it).
Paramount Pictures has released the first trailer for its Latino spinoff film to the 'Paranormal Activity' horror franchise, titled 'Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones.' If you were expecting anything less than the jumps and "things flying at the camera" antics from the others, turn back now.
'Boy Scouts vs. Zombies' is an actual movie on which Paramount Pictures hopes to start production in the spring of next year. If that didn't sound strange enough, now Christopher Landon of the 'Paranormal Activity' franchise has been brought on to direct.
The 'Paranormal Activity' films have owned October for the last four years running, but it seems that Paramount might be ready to switch things up and relinquish the October box office to someone else this year. Word is, the studio is thinking of pushing 'Paranormal Activity 5' back to 2014.
You've got to hand it to Blumhouse Pictures: they sure know how to sell and open a horror movie. Between the 'Paranormal Activity' films, 'Insidious' and 'Sinister,' producer Jason Blum is currently leading the horror movie pack, creating the trends that everyone else in the industry is following. The next film to be released by his company looks like it's cut from the same cloth as the rest, but with one big change -- the ghosts and demons have been replaced with aliens.