Written May 06, 2016
There are only so many times we can get scared of doors and chairs moving on their own! This is by far the most disappointing of them all. It is also the most boring of them all. There is nothing new to be seen here. I loved the first two, and the third was where it started to slip. They really dropped the ball on this one. Even though the ending is the standard "OMG" ending, it's not worth sitting through the previous hour and 25 minutes to get to the last 5 minutes, which is when most of the activity happens. Don't see it in theaters. Wait for the DVD or skip it altogether.
Written July 06, 2015
It was alright - more action and story line than the previous versions... but not great. I couldn't help but think it was priming audiences for a Paranormal Activity 5...
Written October 05, 2015
Is this supposed to be Horror? Are you joking?
It was so-so because the best part were the kids and "Big Ben" and his girlfriend. The rest of the cast were wasting their time on the set.
So I won't go see paranormal 5 if will come in the future.
Written May 05, 2016
Paranomal Activity 4 continues the saga started by Paranormal Activity 1 of a demon-possessed suburban house. This is the kind of scary movie I enjoy: genuinely suspenseful without unnecessary gore and loud irritating music. These movies were shot on a low budget, which proves that you can make a really entertaining film without all the expensive and superfluous special effects and music. I would definitely recommend this one.
Written February 11, 2016
My friends and I really enjoyed this film. I saw it at a 530pm show, with about 50 people sitting in clusters of 3 -6 throughout the theater.
We screamed and laughed and reacted together - the audience participation made the experience AMAZING.
Grading the films (for scariness) from 10 (AAHH!) to 1 (Boo.):
-Paranormal Activity 2
-Paranormal Activity 4
-Paranormal Activity 3
There are kids in it, but it's NOT for kids.
There was an Easter Egg after the credits...it's in Spanish.