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Katie Featherston burst onto the scene in 2007 when the groundbreaking Paranormal Activity debuted and took audiences by storm around the world. Famously made for around $15,000, the original Paranormal Activity ultimately earned a phenomenal $193 million worldwide. Since then, Katie Featherston has starred in each of the three sequels, delighting and terrifying audiences across the globe. Her portrayal of "Katie," earned her the Best Actress Award at Screamfest and an MTV Movie Award nomination.
Now, Katie returns in the latest installment of this global horror sensation, Paranormal Activity 4, which debuts on Blu-ray and DVD this week. We caught up with Katie Featherston to chat about the movie, Toby's playful nature on set, the Mexican spin-off, and where she hopes this franchise goes next. Watch our exclusive interview, which will answer some of your most burning questions regarding this popular horror series.
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The Paranormal Activity franchise has become a perennial horror favorite with each new chapter in theaters around Halloween time, and then the subsequent Blu-ray and DVD release arriving in the winter. Paranormal Activity 4 was a box office smash when it hit screens last year, and now you can watch it in the comforts of your home starting this weekend, where it was meant to be seen.
With each new film comes more background and mythology on the demon known as Toby, an evil soul that has attached itself to a young woman named Katie, and is literally in the midst of dragging her, and everyone around her, straight to Hell. In our latest installment, The possessed Katie (Katie Featherston) has moved across the street from a young family in a suburban neighborhood. The daughter of the household, »
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