Sending Paranormal Activity on the path to become the next Saw franchise (or is Final Destination already that?), creator Oren Peli has confirmed there will indeed be a third chapter of his spooky home video series. Which really isn't surprising, considering that, despite having a slimmer profit margin than its predecessor--the budget for the second film jumped from $15,000 to $3 million, because they needed that much more fishing line for yanking door knobs--Paranormal Activity 2 still made over $150 million. It really, really isn't surprising.
Maybe this next chapter will give us the story through eyes of the spirit himself, allowing us to finally see the demon cruel grin as he thumps upstairs and turns the television on---to a channel they don't even get!
Though 2011 already brought us a straight-to-video Amityville film and the promise of a found-footage Amityville movie from Dimension Films and Miramax (The Amityville Horror: The Lost Tapes!), still the haunted house begs for its story to be told again, and without Ryan Reynol... / Continue →
Confirming what some of us already suspected when Paranormal Activity 3 had the largest October opening in history and made over $200 million worldwide on a $5 million budget, Paramount has officially announced that they're going to make yet another film centered around swingin... / Continue →
"You think you know the story; you think you know the place," teases the Cabin in the Woods trailer. And indeed, the setup of teens going out alone to a spooky wilderness retreat does seem like a story and setting that we should be pretty familiar with. But then... then comes t... / Continue →