A good sequel, even if it does feel a little repetitive.
I am so glad that I am not watching this series in order. Reconstructing the back story gives me something to do while waiting for the next bit of spooky business. I am watching these films at home and I can see how they could work in the theater environment. But seriously what do people do when watching these films. I imagine if you showed many fans of the series something foreign and slow they would be bored. Aside from…
"I didn't like her doing all that weird witchy stuff."
Boy better act right, that could have saved your life.
I found myself wanting more with part 2 in the Paranormal series, but overall it wasn't completely disappointing. There are some great scenes in PA 2 and a few places where I actually jumped, so if you're a fan, you'll like it.
plot/summarySpooky 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.
Brian Boland(Daniel Ray)
Molly Ephraim(Ali Rey)
Video cameras? Check. Spooky noises? Check. Vague nonsense about demons? Correct and present. Annoying characters with slightly wooden acting? Hello, sir. Yes, 2009's low-budget, hype-tastic horror-phenomenon Paranormal Activity is back, to once again make us stare…
Aside from its modern, found-footage format, PARANORMAL ACTIVITY 2 is a classically structured haunted house film in every way. A slow and steady build, mysterious knockings, objects that move on their own, a nice family with a freaked out dog...
I like the original PARANORMAL ACTIVITY quite a bit, but for me the sequel (and the awesome Part 3 even more so) ups the ante in every way. The besieged-family dynamics strongly recall POLTERGEIST (and have been echoed recently in…
After the surprise hit of the first Paranormal Activity, a sequel was pretty much on the cards yet unnecessary.
Going with the prequel to original story, the writers have managed to come up with a very interesting story of how the wonderfully endowed Katie from the first film came to be haunted by a demonic force.
Still sticking with the found footage angle, this time though it is mostly through stationary security cameras in the house, installed after a would…
Definitely liked it better than the first movie. There were a lot more things going on to hold my attention, plus it seemed like this was going on at the same time the first movie was taking place.
Plus there was a dog in this one and dogs are always a good addition to the cast.
Still better than most horror movies these days, but ultimately doesn't live up to the original. Has a few really well done moments but it suffers from too much plot and is missing a lot of the brilliant psychological subtlety of the first.
Paranormal Activity 2 is an example of a very successful sequel... in that it continues to the massively disappointing promise of a successful horror franchise.
It's found footage, most of it is dull and, quite terribly, by the time the end comes, you'd wish you'd stopped watching ages ago.
Paranormal Activity seems to be the type of film that groups of impressionable young people can enjoy, sharing in the hysteria at the "scary" moments. For the rest of us, who have seen horror films before (and effective "found footage" films), it is hugely disappointing.
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Really I want to give this film 0 as its so terrible. I had to watch this film because I lost out on a we all pick a film game with 15 year old teenagers.