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5 items from 2014

Paranormal Activity 5: The Ghost Dimension to be released in 3D

28 November 2014 3:45 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Paranormal Activity 5: The Ghost Dimension will be released in 3D.

Gregory Plotkin's horror sequel will be released in cinemas on March 13, 2015.

Katie Featherston and Tyler Craig will star in the film, which is based on a screenplay by Jason Pagan and Andrew Stark.

The Ghost Dimension will focus on a new family being haunted by a supernatural entity, with the plot expected to tie in to recent spin-off The Marked Ones.

Bloody Disgusting has suggested that the use of 3D will be used to differentiate between dimensions.

Earlier this year, the makers of Paranormal Activity revealed that they have a conclusion planned for the series.

"It was really when we were making the third film that things started to crystallise," Christopher Landon said.

"I had an endgame in mind which I had pitched to the group and they loved it. We've been working toward getting to this finish line. »

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SX_Tape Review

26 May 2014 9:46 PM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Just as quickly as Afflicted redefined the “found footage” horror subgenre, SX_Tape came along and proved there are still Plenty of opportunities for filmmakers to exploit first-person horror normalities. One day there’s a bright hope, the next there’s a disgusting reminder that for every original idea, someone else will rehash the past few years of duds for their own ill-conceived shitfest. I want to remain positive, happily accepting an advancement in “found footage” horror – but it takes a certain type of awful to make me hate a movie in which our lead, possessed character jumps up and down screaming “Let Me Suck Your Dick!” To think some inexperienced filmmaker could just waltz into stardom with such a – wait, this was directed by Bernard Rose of Candyman fame? Oh boy, where’s Tony Todd when you need him?

When has a sex tape ever gone wrong, am I right? »

- Matt Donato

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Top 13 Haunted House Favorites

17 February 2014 8:30 AM, PST | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

There are so many sub-genres in horror. The vampire movie, zombie apocalypses, torture porn. But there's nothing more classic and purely fright-inducing than the things that go bump in the night. To celebrate this week's release of The Invoking, we bring you our Top 13 Favorite Haunted House Movies.

Is anything creepier than when your own house turns against you? You can (theoretically) get away from zombies, vamps, slashers and werewolves. But when your own home sweet home is the enemy… it's tough to recover from that.

We have some great Honorable Mentions to start off with. Fantastic director James Wan really seems to have a knack for the haunted house movie as he has one entry on the list itself and also gets a nod for Insidious, a creative look at the inner, an outer, workings of a haunted house. A Haunting in Connecticut was impressive as, in addition to the actual haunting going on, »

- Scott Hallam

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New Details On "Paranormal Activity 5"

17 January 2014 6:48 AM, PST | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

Filming is finally slated to begin in Los Angeles next month on Paramount's "Paranormal Activity 5" which is due in cinemas in October.

Director Gregory Plotkin is currently locking down cast members for the indie horror film to join series star Katie Featherston for this outing. A bunch of new characters are featured, and a casting breakdown indicates who we'll be spending time with:

Ryan is a late twenties video-game designer, a "big kid" who has relocated from New York to Pala Alto for a new job at Rockstar Games.

His wife Emily is a more serious, mature and more 'on the go' person who still getting over the death of her sister a year before. She's also a bit of a hippie.

The pair have a fearless, opinionated tomboyish six-year-old daughter named Leila. Another character is Mike, Ryan's more socially awkward twin brother.

Needless to say, this young family's »

- Garth Franklin

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Paranormal Activity 5: Katie Featherston Returns and New Character Details Revealed

16 January 2014 10:35 AM, PST | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

2013 marked the first year fans didn't get to see a Paranormal Activity movie since the micro-budget franchise first launched in 2009. Thankfully, there will be a double-dose of found-footage fright this year, with the recently-released spin-off Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones and Paranormal Activity 5, arriving in theaters October 25. As is normally the case, no plot details have been confirmed regarding Paranormal Activity 5, although today we do have information about the new characters Paramount and the producers are currently casting.

The main characters are Ryan, a video game designer who recently relocated his family from New York to Palo Alto, California, for his new job at Rockstar Games. The producers are seeking an actor between the ages of 26 and 31 to play the character, who is described as a "big kid." Ryan's wife Emily is described as somewhat of a hippie who is into organic food, yoga, the arts and music, »

- MovieWeb

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