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Paranormal Activity 2 (2010)

Paranormal Activity 2 Movie

Starring: Katie Featherston

Director: Tod Williams

Release Date: October 22nd, 2010
Release Date: 22nd October, 2010

Synopsis: After a young, middle class couple moves into a 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.

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About the Movie

Paranormal Activity 2 is an upcoming horror film directed by Tod Williams and written by Michael R. Perry, and it is a sequel to the 2009 film, Paranormal Activity. It is set to be released in theaters October 22, 2010.


Movie Reviews

Movie Review from EmpireOnline.com

This follows exactly the sequel formula advanced by Randy the Film Geek in Scream 2 – it has more and bigger scare moments (cumulatively less effective), more characters (ie: more potential victims!) and much more plot, which also serves to fill in things about the backstory that went unsuspected in the first film. But it still tells the same jokes. Daringly, new director Tod Williams and screenwriter Michael R. Perry (replacing Oren Peli, who scores a producer credit but is off making Area 51) don’t pick up from the well-remembered jump at the end of Paranormal Activity. Instead, the film rolls back to sixty days earlier, and moves into the spacious house of an obviously well-off family who are showing some cracks.

Read the Full Movie Review at EmpireOnline.com

Movie Review from TotalFilm.com

“The more attention we pay to it, the worse it gets!” whispers terrified young mom Kristi (Sprague Grayden) in PA2, the inevitable sequel to the micro-budget word-of-mouth hit that made such a splash last year. The ‘it’ she refers to isn’t the Saw franchise or The X Factor, but the same malignant spook that pestered Micah Sloat and Katie Featherston in Oren Peli’s original. This time, though, it is after Kristi’s son Hunter, an adorable toddler whose well-appointed nursery becomes the focus for all sorts of inexplicable shenanigans in Tod Williams’ (The Door In The Floor) better-than-you’d-expect follow-up.

Read the Full Movie Review at TotalFilm.com

Movie Review from TimeOut.com

Serving as both a prequel and a sequel, this cost 200 times more than Oren Peli’s $15,000 original, features six extra surveillance cameras and four more characters (if you count the dog) – but it’s only one tenth as scary. For almost an hour, virtually nothing happens apart from the rattling of a few pots and pans in the kitchen – a more appropriate title would have been ‘Paranormal Inactivity Too’. This is a disappointing horror sequel on a par with the chronically inept ‘Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2’, featuring bland characters, over-familiar situations, tedious expository back-story and not a shred of imagination.

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Movie Review from Movies.com

Once you’ve exposed the monster/boogeyman/demon/murderer in your first movie, your second movie is almost always going to be less exciting. That law of nature should rightly be in high school physics textbooks by this point. But it’s not. And while this one holds your attention the entire time, everything effective or frightening about it is lifted straight from its predecessor. All the jolts, all the supernatural door-slamming, everything. Only this time there’s no mystery as to what’s causing it. You just sit and wait for that entity to get to work and starting haunting the heck out of these people.

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Movie Review from Telegraph.co.uk

The form for sequels to barnstormingly successful low-budget supernatural shockers is, to say the least, off-putting, as anyone who endured Blair Witch 2: Book of Shadows can tell you. No such fate awaits viewers of Paranormal Activity 2, a nifty prequel to a nifty original, albeit one which depends for its impact on our once-bitten, twice-shy inklings of what’s in store. Things are going to go bump in the night, viewed from a variety of fixed-angle CCTV cameras, in the Southern Californian home of a four-strong family. The movie establishes a recurrent surveillance pattern with a sequence of shots, culminating in the baby’s bedroom, where the demonic prowlings ultimately feel targeted.

Read the Full Movie Review at Telegraph.co.uk


'Paranormal Activity 2' Stars

Katie Featherston, Oren Peli, Tod Williams


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Paranormal Activity 2
Star: Katie Featherston | Dir: Tod Williams
Blu-ray | Cert UNRATED | 91 Mins
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Paranormal Activity 2 Movie

Paranormal Activity 2
Star: Katie Featherston | Dir: Tod Williams
DVD | Cert UNRATED | 91 Mins
Buy Now
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2 Comments on “Paranormal Activity 2”


  1.   nuklear said on October 13th, 2010:

    I still can’t believe people paid hard earned money to see a f*cking home video on the big screen.

    I’m glad I downloaded it and found out it sucked without having to buy a ticket, and I still wanted my money back.

  2.   Choker 99 said on October 30th, 2010:

    Works well with its scares, and great deal of suspense. Almost better than the first, but yet, too rushed by the end. Nice post, check out my review when you can!

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