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Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension (2015)

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3/10: Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension
Tuesday, February 5, 2019

The original film was a fantastic film and brought new life to the "found footage" scary movie, but the four sequels that have followed it have been either average or terrible, I read this sixth entry was the supposed final instalment, I certainly hoped this is the case. Basically in Santa Rosa, California, Ryan Fleege (Chris J. Murray), his wife Emily (Brit Shaw), and their six-year-old daughter Leila (Ivy George) have recently moved in and are about to celebrate Christmas , when Ryan's brother Mike (Dan Gill) moves in after breaking up with his girlfriend. Looking around, Ryan finds a box full of old video tapes, dating from 1988 to 1992. The tapes show younger Kristi (Jessica Tyler Brown) and Katie (Katie Featherston) with their mother and her boyfriend Dennis in 1988, while in 1992 it shows Leila's grandmother Lois (Hallie Foote) practicing supernatural abilities. Ryan notices strange things going on in the house and decides to...

1/10: Busted Ghost
Tuesday, December 29, 2015

The best part of Parasomething Part Five(?) was that audiences FINALLY wised up and stayed away (in regards to the nothing box-office.) While not as hilarious as the first one – not many comedies were not as funny as Paranormal Activity 1 – or as boring as the second one, it's still just as bad. You gotta give them the consistency award: not one entry in this too-long series has been good. They say this is the last one, and I sincerely pray to GOD it is. #1 ended up in my bottom 5 worst movies ever made, but it did serve as the most unintentionally hilarious movie I've ever seen. #2 was almost as funny, but boring. #3 and #4 have long since been forgotten by me – not as funny and easily dismissed. #4b was only mildly good because they took it out of a house and had some cute Hispanics in it. So, I guess this...

2/10: There are noises in my room'.........'snores, I'm guessing
Sunday, November 1, 2015

Ryan, his wife Emily, and their 7‑year‑old daughter Leila are preparing for Christmas in their new home. After discovering an old camcorder in the garage, along with some discarded VHS tapes, Ryan quickly learns that it can record strange apparitions that are invisible to the naked eye. When young Leila starts talking to an imaginary friend and displaying strange behaviour, the couple soon find themselves in a terrifying battle with a supernatural force........The first three Paranormal Activity movies worked well as a novelty, and they worked in the same regard the Saw movies worked, the sequels were released whilst the previous movie was still fresh in the mind.What Saw did differently though was actually try and tell a coherent story with a flowing narrative, and although a few of those films are a little bland, watching them back to back is pretty rewarding.Watching the first three of these back to back is terrifying these movies...

7/10: The Paranormal Activity Series:Part 6- The Ghost Dimension (2D Version
Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Getting lucky in picking up the first Paranormal Activity (PA) flick for £2 at a local DVD shop and finding parts 2-5 on Netflix UK,I was disappointed to find that the final PA was not on Netflix. Keeping a look at the price over the last few weeks,I was pleased to recently see the DVD drop to under £5,which led to me experiencing the paranormal for the final time.View on the film:Unleashing "Toby" from the shadows,director (and editor of PA 2-5) Gregory Plotkin & cinematographer John W. Rutland go for a full-on Haunted House Horror,where "black oil" smooth CGI crawls up the wall as Toby takes control of his house.Retaining the "Found Footage" presentation of the franchise, Plotkin brilliantly brings all the elements of each individual part into one "greatest hits" package, seamlessly leaping from chillingly stilted hand held camera moves, grainy,lo-fi Video and well-executed, creepy CGI...

5/10: If it's actually true that movie studios can cut corners
Thursday, October 29, 2015

and save big bucks on the special effects and CGI budgets by relying on their audiences' imaginations to create a satisfying entertainment experience from a few cheap visual suggestions and sound effects (which has been the well-publicized mantra of the PARANORMAL people from the beginning of their movie franchise), then have I got a tip for America! Right now it's Halloween Season, and virtually every store is chock full with all kinds of ghoulish paraphernalia. That means that this Sunday is All Souls Day, with that mountain of Demon-blessed junk on sale for at least half off. So here's a suggestion: First, get one of those "spooky" recordings in the audio format of your choice that the stores stock for folks who want to give their desecrated lawns Halloween surround-sound (or "eerie music and ghostly atmosphere"). Then pop some popcorn and sit in your most comfortable chair IN YOUR OWN HOME, with far greater ease...

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