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Opened in Theaters: Friday, October 19th, 2012

Directed by Henry Joost
Ariel Schulman
Genre: Horror
Running Time: 1:35

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Paranormal Activity 4
Strange things have begun happening ever since the new neighbors moved in next door.  View more >

R
language and some violence/terror

Starring Katie Featherston, Brady Allen, Kathryn Newton...  View more >

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[--- Wait for Rental ---]by VIP Member Oct 25, 2012
The fourth Paranormal Activity movie is just more of the same. Loud noises, theing moving and lots of cameras placed around the house. This sort of thing is getting boring after the first three movies. There is a shocking final scene, but before we do we must go though stuff like moving objects and loud banging noises. The fourth movie is proven to us that the series has overstayed its welcome. The only difference is the time clock which usually is on the lower right side of the screen is moved to the left side of the screen. I founf it difficult to look at the left side of the screen. It's much easlier to look at the right of the screen. Many people who are right-handed tend to agree with me. The sewries isn't over yet. There will be a fifth movie of the series to be release next year. Fans of the series will greet the news, but to me, I don't know. I hope the series get better the next movie, but I seriously doubt it. What I real horror movie? Go see "Sinister" instead.



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