Posts Tagged ‘Activity’
The fourth Paranormal Activity film, just announced in January, is being rushed into theaters by October. Lucky for Paramount, it’s pretty easy to throw one of these goddammers together, so they’ve already got a trailer to start promoting this thing.
In this brief preview, you’ll see that–like a sitcom struggling to reach enough episodes for syndication–an intrusive, oddball neighbor boy has been tossed in as a late addition to the series. Could he be the one causing shadowy figures to yet again appear before the waiting lenses of consumer electronics? Or is he merely a dark portent warning that the writers, out of ideas, will probably next take the series to Disney World or something?
The voice of a fully-computerized house cautioning that doors have been opened: that’s a scare everyone can relate to!
Question by fatgreenpeas: netflix “recent activity”?
is it possible to delete your recent activity on the instant watch on netflix?or atleast hide it or something?
Answer by Peach
Why, were you watching something naughty? Lol.
Sorry, you can’t. At least not that I’ve found, I keep it clean though.
Give your answer to this question below!
The Paranormal Activity practical joke crew are at it again, and this time they’ve got their hidden cameras trained on a young family living in 1988! Laugh yourself to tears as the specially-rigged Paranormal Prank House knocks on mirrors, makes baby dolls fly, and eventually erupts in a raging inferno, all in the name of spooking the hapless dopes living inside! They just got Paranormal’d!
Here’s the trailer for the next collection of haunted house-based practical jokes. Bear in mind, it will all be much zanier once Dave Coulier finally gets to the studio to record his voice-over.
That preview may seem revealing, but trust me, you haven’t seen HALF the slamming cabinet doors this film has to offer.
Ok, this is the hottest new ‘Blair Witch Project’ -esque movie. We are alone at home and weird freaky things are happening. Do you believe? Coming to theaters on September 25, 2009. Starring: Katie Featherston, Micah Sloat, Mark Fredrichs, Amber Armstrong, Ashley Palmer After a young, middle class couple moves into what seems like a typical suburban starter tract house, they become increasingly disturbed by a presence that may or may not be somehow demonic but is certainly most active in the middle of the night. Especially when they sleep. Or try to.