well, 2012 is coming to a close and so is the pile of shit with it. I won't say that 2012 was the worst year in film becuase it really isn't. There will always be 2001: The year Freddy Got Fingered was Released, where Crocodile Dundee went to L.A. and people stopped giving a shit, When Michael Bay's Pearl Harbor caused people more headaches than your worst history class, and the year that Mariah Carey starred in Glitter. so, yeah, that's going to be difficult to top. yet, It wasn't difficult…
This was a movie that I honestly have been waiting a year to see. The third film in the franchise was a great addition and added a lot to the mythology. I was expecting this film to advance that and add more, and to have me come back at midnight next year. Sadly, that is not the case. Though it did have a strong final five minutes this film is really just a rush job to capitalize on the franchise and it is showing diminishing…
I've said it before and I'll say it again, the world just needs to get a little more rebellion. Josh's plan for dealing with paranormal activity poltergeists, the real life Carmen Sandiego, and The Script Club's incredibly inappropriate advice to Presidential hopeful Herman Cain! Lets get rebellion! Also, we apologize for the screwy audio this…
This is the film that Paranormal Activity promised it would be from the trailers, but never was. This film is made in the mockumentary style where it "claims" in 2003 one of the first reality ghost hunter tv shows Crew went into one of the most haunted buildings in the U.S.; a Psychiatric Hospital and stayed there over a night,…
More often than not, hype can ruin a film. High amounts of marketing, ambitions for fangasm, and extreme amounts of excessive chatter concerning the quality of a film only exponentially augments expectation to sheer astronomical proportions. This causes the film to,
more often than not, implode upon itself; leading to a somewhat
inevitable explosion of disappointment and virulent rage from the fans
We've got our winners in the Paranormal Activity Blu-ray Giveaway. We had over 325 entries and man are you people obsessed with Korey's...extracurricular activities. Well, we had to pick five winners so the staff go to business and came up with our five favorites, which are below.
However, don't forget that Paranormal Activity hits stores tomorrow and Paramount Pictures is doing their "Up All Night" Midnight… Continue
Before I start, let me preface this post by saying: I have not seen this film. This is not regarding the quality of the film, it is regarding the effect of the film. Anyway, I hope you enjoy my rantings!
Lately, "Paranormal Activity" has been pissing me off to no end. What is the reason for my vitriol towards this film? it is TOO popular. Let me explain. I am not one to hate on a movie just because it's popular *coughcoughMDScough*. I work at a movie theater. What has been happening… Continue
Added by TheShape801 on October 27, 2009 at 5:39pm —
Hi guys! I decided to catch a double feature before the halloween weekend! I thought I'd give ya a double review!
While this has a all of the elements of a Saw film, this was actually quite a surprise for me. While I think that this film won't garner new fans to the series, but this one holds up as a solid horror film. I've always liked the character of Jigsaw and this film actually has you sympathize… Continue
There was paranormal activity throughout this film. Yet, very brief.
Advertisings such as posters, commercials, etc. and even friends have said this is one of the scariest movies OF ALL TIME. But, they're so completely wrong.
It's AMAZING that this movie did not scare me. I am most definitely one of the easiest people to scare. I jumped when listening to birds fly around in The… Continue
Added by Meh. on October 24, 2009 at 10:51pm —
Going to try and do this for every movie I watch from now on.
Alright, I went into Paranormal Activity with little hopes, expecting neither a good nor bad film.
Boy, was I disappointed.
The movie, atleast in my eyes, was not scary at all. I found it to be too predictable, and while they did some cool things with such a small budget, it didn't work for me in the scare department. The most unsettling part of… Continue
Paranormal Activity movie centers on a young couple, Katie and Micah, who are haunted by a supernatural presence in their home. The movie is presented through the camera set up by the couple to capture the paranormal activity.
Now with any mockumentary horror film, right from the get go you know there's going to be contrasts to The Blair Witch Project, and I can ultimately see why. The atmosphere is creepy, no… Continue
Added by Dan O'Neill on October 14, 2009 at 12:29pm —
I have been waiting for this moment since I first heard about this movie. Now, finally, at 1:34 AM Easter Time, it has come. Yes that's right. Paranormal Activity has received its 1,000,000 demands and will open nationwide soon. Horror fans rejoice. Today is truly a great day! Now we can all experience the terror and find out if it really lives up to the hype that everyone that has seen at built up. Thank you Paramount (did I just say that?) and thank you Mr. Oren Peli! Good luck with Area… Continue
Added by Ravenblood on October 10, 2009 at 12:35am —
Lately, it seems like I have been reviewing horror movies more often than any genre. I wrote reviews on THE FINAL DESTINATION 3-D (which doesn't deserve any association with this genre of filmaking) and ZOMBIELAND (which did have some good tense scenes despite the fact that the movie is mainly a comedy). I didn't hear about PARANORMAL ACTIVITY until the day it was released and has carried on really well since it was released. This movie is a brilliant, non-stop tension, heart-pounding,… Continue
Added by steveo151500 on October 9, 2009 at 5:13am —
Is your town one of many, like mine, not playing Paranormal Activity? Well, you're in luck.
Paranormal Activity will open Nationwide once it hits 1,000,000 demands on Eventful.com, all you have to do is demand it.
I didn’t want this to sound like sour grapes on not getting in the pre-screening of Paranormal, I knew the odds of not possibly getting in, but here’s the rub....having confirmed RSVP, having gotten there where their were no more than thirty or forty people ahead, ( in a theater that sits over two hundred) The organizing asswipes made no attempts for crowd control, and with that hundreds of latecomers not only snuck ahead, but were able to gain access within minutes while the organizers stood… Continue