The road to staging a sequel to Paramount's best investment in the studio's history has finally been paved with a director. Earlier today Paranormal Activity director Oren Peli announced through the film's website that Kip Williams will direct the follow-up. Williams isn't too well known; he directed the festival darling The Adventures of Sebastian Cole back in 1998, and also the little-seen The Door in the Floor. I kinda like this move because a bigger, more notable name would've completely taken away from the cool, low-budget vibe folks fell in lust with in the first place.
Paranormal Activity 2
owell i liked da 1st one n even if im da only one in the theiters imma watch da second one two
hahahah if these morons below me thought it sucked soo bad they shouldnt have stayed through the whole effin movie.effin morons
I wish I had 4 hands so I could give that movie 4 thumbs down. It's had no scares to it whats-so-ever to me. I hated Cloverfield but that movie beats this one by a long shot. I walked out of that movie feeling like it robbed me blind. I wouldn't have minded a cheap scare but this one didn't even have that. And now they release a... sequel. I hope this movie hits dvd and not theaters.
I laughed more than anything. especially when the girl would just stand there and stare at the the guy lol
HAHAH dude, this movie was insane. i liked the feel and the fact it was low budget. hahah man, i hiiiiighly doubt the 2nd will be any better than because of the publicity its been given. Hopefully the unknown director wont disappoint. I know many people didnt find it scary n all, but i also know a lot of people who lost sleep over it. depends on what you believe i suppose. either way i liked it, first horror movie that actually scared me in theaters...haha speaking of theaters, if you didnt see it in theaters you cant say anything about it bc thats where its scary + the right crowd (loud and mixed).. people were cussing at the screen it was great! anyway hopefully itll do justice.
I did not see it in theaters. Maybe it was a little more intense because of sound. I don't know.
i was totally scared at the first one. and i thought it was poorly made and it was confizing, it was very scary i have to admit. it took me awhile to sleep well again, and i woke up the night after i saw it and i had to sleep in a different room. i would not be looking forward to another one of those movies nd the way that it was shot gave me a headache.
The first one was a good no budget movie. It made the most of what it had to work with. It wasn't a good movie though. It was a little creepy and unsettling the first time I saw it, but when I rented it and watched it again it had none of the same effect. That's kind of the way I feel a sequel would turn out. The first movie sucker punched you into seeing it, but a sequel would probably fail.
I hated Paranormal Activity, I didn't see it in theaters, and am glad I didn't, I thought I'd give it a chance at nighttime..but it took three nights before I could watch the movie all the way through, I fell asleep so many times…I could tell why in commercials all they showed was the audience’s reactions, the movie sucked. The ONLY scary/non-boring part was the last 60 seconds or so. Cannot believe that they’re gonna have a sequel. Needless to say, I sold the movie back the next day.
I hated P.A. but love the Saw movies, especially part 6. I don't see what that has to do with anything though Since ones a "ghost type movie" and I don't even consider the Saw movies to be horror films. People that trash the Saw movies usually end up saying they stopped watching after part 2. At least I actually watched P.A. and can have an actual opinion and discussion about it. If bumps and some thuds scare you then P.A. is the perfect movie for you! Other then sound effects there was only one decent part in P.A. and that came after around an hour and 20 minutes of pure boredom.
I liked the first one. I thought it was fairly realistic and entertaining. If you don't like it, don't see it. Im curious as to whether or not the second one will be as good. And for a movie to be scary, doesn't mean it has to have blood and gore and be totally insane.
It was awful! I went to see how it was and it was just terrible. I didn't like it at all. There was no suspense and it seemed really boring. The guy moved the camera footage around way too much for me to even concentrate. It took way too long to even get to the paranormal activity and once it did, it wasn't even that scary. The only scary part was the very very end. Overall, the boyfriend pissed me off during the whole entire movie. He was annoying as hell. I was pretty happy that he actually died.
way to spoil the ending
The whole point was that someone was going to get thrown...and they thought that they would shock us? Pretentious pricks.
theres really not much to spoil the ending didn't even make me flinch just laugh and say "wow i didn't know taking a dump on a film reel could produce something like this" but apparently it did
Cracks me up how many people say the first one is horrible - guess you need blood and guts and scare the s*** out of you scenes every 30 seconds for most people to be entertained these days. I do agree that there's no need for a sequel. All most people need is 15 more versions of Saw and they'll be happy.
Amen as long as Hoffman dies.
lol it wasn't even that The grudge had practically no blood or gore in it and that scared the crap out of me. The actors weren't good and it didn't have much of a storyline at all to follow. the grudge: woman found sporting about some American man. husband gets jealous and kills off his wife, son, sons cat, and himself at the end of it all. her rage and sorrow lingers and curses anyone who comes into contact with the house. Paranormal Activity: Couples talking, Bickering, Sleeping... zzz... thud "OMG i think our house is haunted by a ghosts that has been following me since i was a child" thats the plot <<<
it better be better than the th efirst one
The first one was bad. the only good parts could be seen in the trailer. Why make a sequel to a it? you made your killing move on.
The first one was good, but why have a second? Where are they going with the second one?
unfortunately, it's because the first is good they have to have a 2nd... it's a rule or something.
this movie was the worst movie i have ever seen. the only reason why the first movie was so successful was because they made a big deal out of it in the previews. i wouldnt waste my time or money on the second movie. i totally agree with fernando vasquez and fragrantsalmon.
its kind of like a bad accident... everyones gotta stop and take a look. but then you wish you hadn't. but the damage has been done. i would say the only way this movie is scary is if you put your self in the characters shoes, and replay the scenario in your head as your watching the movie... great idea in theory. but probably would be a more successful ride at universal studios than a movie
I loved this movie. I'm 20 years old and love scary movies. I had to sleep with a nightlight on and got made fun of about it. But I think that the movie was just a little to "Blair Witch" for me. If it wasn't like it.. I'm sure that it would have been a way better movie.
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"I am serious... and don't call me Shirley."
"When am I gonna learn how to punch?"
"These go to eleven."
"Benjamin, have you ever been severely beaten about the face & neck?"
"Just keep swimming, swimming, swimming."
"You're gonna need a bigger boat."
"Jessica's got cable."
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