Watch the latest TV spot for the horror film “Paranormal Activity 2” by director Tod Williams (Wings Over the Rockies, The Door in the Floor) and starring Katie Featherston (Paranormal Activity, Walking Distance). Akiva Goldsman (Jonah Hex, THe Losers) and Steven Schneider (Paranormal Activity, Area 51) produce.

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Synopsis: Spooky hauntings are once again the main course in this Paramount Pictures follow-up to Oren Peli’s wildly successful supernatural thriller, Paranormal Activity. Kip Williams directs from a script by Michael Perry. ~ Jeremy Wheeler, Rovi

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  1. I do not know what is it that made Paranormal Activity such a big hit, that it even had a sequel (actually a prequel), which is now also a hit. The first movie was only mildly disturbing in its videocam style documentation of the strange goings-on in a suburban house. This second film follows in basically the same tread with almost no variation.

    PA2 recounts the ghostly experience of a woman who is the sister of Katie (the wife in the first movie). She moves into a house in Carlsbad, California with her husband, stepdaughter, her own toddler son and their trusty dog. Because of a “break-in,” they set up security cameras around the house, and that is where this “footage” comes from. These events supposedly occur 30 days before the death of Micah Sloat (the lead guy in the first movie).

    While the first movie had the advantage of novelty, this second one really felt boring already with the very slow build up of action. However, do people really have time to wait for more than 50 minutes into a horror movie before anything that could be called “scary” happens? We get the same gimmicks like sudden bangs and pulling people which already happened in the first movie. I cannot think of anything really new here, except the presence of the toddler, which was tense. After all that nothing, the supposed “climactic” scene in the basement was terribly unintelligible.

    This second movie ends by connecting to the first installment. However, the epilogue statement seems to hint at still another episode. I think this series has really taken its novelty effect to its full course. Enough already!

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