Welcome to Hell Fest, an amusement park to die for. Hell Fest finds a group of foul-mouthed youths traveling through a horror-themed amusement park, only to find the horror is real. It’s a bit like the Goosebumps book One Day at HorrorLand, only with a bigger body count and more cursing. Watch the Hell Fest red band trailer below.
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Posted on Wednesday, October 7th, 2015 by Angie Han
Paranormal Activity certainly wasn’t the first found-footage movie, but it’s a huge part of the reason why the format has become so ubiquitous. These films are cheap to make, since they actually benefit from avoiding cutting-edge technology and big-name actors. And because they’re so cheap that even a modest success will turn a big profit, while even the worst flops are barely a dent in the studio’s finances.
But all things must end, even demonic spirits named Toby. This fall’s Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension — either the fifth or sixth Paranormal Activity movie, depending on whether you want to count the spinoff The Marked Ones — is supposedly the last Paranormal Activity ever. Watch the Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension trailer and TV spots after the jump. Read More »
Posted on Wednesday, June 24th, 2015 by Angie Han
Paramount Pictures has unveiled the trailer for the fifth and supposedly final installment in the Paranormal Activity franchise, subtitled The Ghost Dimension. The story picks up with a new family this time, the Fleeges: dad Ryan (Chris J. Murray), mom Emily (Brit Snow), and daughter Leila (Ivy George).
But while the family is new, the threat is old. Shortly after moving they discover a video camera and a box of tapes in their home, and they get to encounter dear old Toby. Watch the first Paranormal Activity 5 trailer after the jump. Read More »
A new installment in the Paranormal Activity series opens this fall, and the first images from Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension are now online. The film is called the “final installment” of the series, and promises to close the book on the story begun in 2009.
You read that right. This is, for now at least, the last Paranormal Activity film. “We made this movie like it’s the end of this Paranormal line for sure,” says Jason Blum. And that title promises quite a few revelations. Read More »