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New NCIS Season 12,Episode 6 Official Spoilers,Plotline Revealed By CBS

Recently, CBS released the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "NCIS" episode 6 of season 12. The episode is entitled, "Parental Guidance Suggested,” and it turns out that we'll see the NCIS peeps investigate the homicide of a wife of a Navy commander, and more. In the new, 12th episode press release: The NCIS team is going to investigate the murder of the wife of a Navy commander, who recently appeared on a Jihadist target list. Press release number 2: The NCIS team is going to have to determine if the murder of a Navy commander’s wife is linked to her profession as a therapist or an act of terrorism after finding the commander’s name on a Jihadist target list. In the meantime, the team is going to discuss Halloween costumes and Tony’s recent dating habits. Guest stars will feature: Marisol Nichols (Atf Special Agent Zoe Keates), Millie Bobby Brown
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Blu-ray Review: Paranormal Activity 4

Paranormal Activity 4

Stars: Brady Allen, Katie Featherston, Kathryn Newton, Matt Shively | Written by Christopher Landon | Directed by Henry Joost, Ariel Schulman

I loved the first Paranormal Activity film. I remember watching it with terrified friends in a shrieking cinema and then later subjecting flatmates to it. My girlfriend to this day is guaranteed a sleepless night if you so much as mention Paranormal Activity during an evening. In preparation for Paranormal Activity 4, I caught up with the sequels. I found them far from as exciting as the original though there was stuff to enjoy in both of them – PA2 perhaps has more pointed scares than the first and I enjoyed the period setting of PA3; surely all horror films should be set in their eighties heyday? What was lacking was the enjoyment of watching them as part of an audience.

So it was with great anticipation I attended
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Exclusive: Katie Featherston Talks Paranormal Activity 4

Exclusive: Katie Featherston Talks Paranormal Activity 4
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.

Paranormal Activity 4 Exclusive Interview: Katie Featherston

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Exclusive: Matt Shively Talks Paranormal Activity 4 Blu-ray

Exclusive: Matt Shively Talks Paranormal Activity 4 Blu-ray
Matt Shively Talks Paranormal Activity 4, available on Blu-ray and DVD today!

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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Interview: 'Paranormal Activity' Producer Oren Peli On The Future Of The Series

Interview: 'Paranormal Activity' Producer Oren Peli On The Future Of The Series
By Scott Neumyer

Say what you will about the "Paranormal Activity" series, but there's absolutely no denying that director, writer, producer, and creator of the franchise Oren Peli not only crafted one of the most lucrative horror film series in recent memory, but he also helped paved the way for the found-footage phenomenon that currently graces the silver screen a few times every year. The franchise's latest film, "Paranormal Activity 4" (out on Blu-ray and DVD today) takes the terrifying series in a new direction and provides a fresh take on what could easily have become a stale plate of sequels.

MTV recently sat down with Peli to discuss the "Paranormal Activity" series, his rigorous casting process, and the director's favorite horror movies.

Humble Beginnings

MTV: You started this series back in 2007, on the cheap, and it has become an enormous hit. Did you imagine the enormity of it way back then?
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What to Rent: New DVDs This Week

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In the Cold Light of Day is also available on DVD this week. Seven Psychopaths Colin Farrell is Marty, a struggling screenwriter trying to come up with the next big script. Though he's on the straight-and-narrow, Marty gets dragged into a web of criminal activity by his eccentric friend Bill (Sam Rockwell). Bill and his partner (Christopher Walken) run a dog-stealing racket, and when they steal from the wrong guy (Woody Harrelson), the consequences turn out to be dire - also, pretty funny. It's a wacky premise, but it makes for a good time, especially thanks to Walken's performance. Featurettes are included with the DVD. 82% Hotel Transylvania Adam Sandler leads an all-star voice cast as Count Dracula, founder of a hidden getaway for supernatural creatures. On his daughter Mavis's (Selena Gomez's) 118th birthday, he invites a whole host of monsters up to the resort to celebrate. Things take a
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Paranormal Activity 4 Comes to Blu-ray and DVD Next Month

Supernatural sequel 'Paranormal Activity 4' will be arriving on a Blu-ray/DVD combo pack with UltraViolet and a Digital Copy across the Us from 29 January. In keeping with the rapid way in which the franchise is produced and released it was inevitable that the DVD roll out would be quick and it looks to include some pretty juicy extras to check out. The combo pack in particular will include nearly 30 minutes of new found footage plus the option of watching the original theatrical version and also the unrated version. The fourth installment comes from returning directors Ariel Schulman and Henry Joost ('Catfish') and stars Kathryn Newton ('Bad Teacher'), Matt Shively ('True Jackson, VP'), Brady Allen and once again the delightful Katie Featherston. Check out the combo pack artwork below....
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“Paranormal Activity 4” disc details/art

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“Paranormal Activity 4” disc details/art
Directed by Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman from a script by Christopher Landon (all returning from the previous installment), Paranormal Activity 4 relocates the supernatural evil in a new home when a strange neighbor boy comes calling, and teenage Alex (Kathryn Newton) starts recording the strange events that follow. Series stalwart Katie Featherston is also back, and movie co-stars Brady Allen, Aiden Lovekamp, Stephen Dunham, Matt Shively and Alexondra Lee.

Paramount Home Entertainment releases the film on January 29 on DVD and in a Blu-ray/DVD combo with digital copy, both containing the theatrical cut and an unrated version with previously unseen footage, presented in 16x9 widescreen with Dolby Digital 5.1 sound on the DVD and DTS-hd 5.1 Master Audio on the Blu-ray. The latter, as well as the digital copy, will also include “The Recovered Files,” 28 additional minutes of never-before-seen scenes. Retail prices are $29.99 for the DVD and $39.99 for the Blu-ray.
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“Paranormal Activity 4” disc details/art

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“Paranormal Activity 4” disc details/art
Directed by Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman from a script by Christopher Landon (all returning from the previous installment), Paranormal Activity 4 relocates the supernatural evil in a new home when a strange neighbor boy comes calling, and teenage Alex (Kathryn Newton) starts recording the strange events that follow. Series stalwart Katie Featherston is also back, and movie co-stars Brady Allen, Aiden Lovekamp, Stephen Dunham, Matt Shively and Alexondra Lee.

Paramount Home Entertainment releases the film on January 29 on DVD and in a Blu-ray/DVD combo with digital copy, both containing the theatrical cut and an unrated version with previously unseen footage, presented in 16x9 widescreen with Dolby Digital 5.1 sound on the DVD and DTS-hd 5.1 Master Audio on the Blu-ray. The latter, as well as the digital copy, will also include “The Recovered Files,” 28 additional minutes of never-before-seen scenes. Retail prices are $29.99 for the DVD and $39.99 for the Blu-ray.
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“Paranormal Activity 4” disc details/art

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“Paranormal Activity 4” disc details/art
Directed by Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman from a script by Christopher Landon (all returning from the previous installment), Paranormal Activity 4 relocates the supernatural evil in a new home when a strange neighbor boy comes calling, and teenage Alex (Kathryn Newton) starts recording the strange events that follow. Series stalwart Katie Featherston is also back, and movie co-stars Brady Allen, Aiden Lovekamp, Stephen Dunham, Matt Shively and Alexondra Lee.

Paramount Home Entertainment releases the film on January 29 on DVD and in a Blu-ray/DVD combo with digital copy, both containing the theatrical cut and an unrated version with previously unseen footage, presented in 16x9 widescreen with Dolby Digital 5.1 sound on the DVD and DTS-hd 5.1 Master Audio on the Blu-ray. The latter, as well as the digital copy, will also include “The Recovered Files,” 28 additional minutes of never-before-seen scenes. Retail prices are $29.99 for the DVD and $39.99 for the Blu-ray.
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“Paranormal Activity 4” disc details/art

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“Paranormal Activity 4” disc details/art
Directed by Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman from a script by Christopher Landon (all returning from the previous installment), Paranormal Activity 4 relocates the supernatural evil in a new home when a strange neighbor boy comes calling, and teenage Alex (Kathryn Newton) starts recording the strange events that follow. Series stalwart Katie Featherston is also back, and movie co-stars Brady Allen, Aiden Lovekamp, Stephen Dunham, Matt Shively and Alexondra Lee.

Paramount Home Entertainment releases the film on January 29 on DVD and in a Blu-ray/DVD combo with digital copy, both containing the theatrical cut and an unrated version with previously unseen footage, presented in 16x9 widescreen with Dolby Digital 5.1 sound on the DVD and DTS-hd 5.1 Master Audio on the Blu-ray. The latter, as well as the digital copy, will also include “The Recovered Files,” 28 additional minutes of never-before-seen scenes. Retail prices are $29.99 for the DVD and $39.99 for the Blu-ray.
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Exclusive: Q&A with Paranormal Activity 4 Co-Star Aiden Lovekamp

He may only be seven years old, but up-and-coming child actor Aiden Lovekamp still managed to deliver a majorly creepy performance as youngster Wyatt in Paranormal Activity 4, which premiered last month in theaters everywhere.

In this third sequel we meet Wyatt and his family as they deal with a strange neighbor boy named Robbie (Brady Allen), who comes to stay with them after his mom is rushed to the hospital. Once Robbie arrives, strange things begin happening, which has sinister effects on everyone around him, including Wyatt.

Dread Central recently had the chance to chat with the precocious actor about his experiences working on Pa 4 and heard more about how he got involved, whether or not he was scared at all while making the movie, and what's coming up next with him.

Check out our exclusive Q&A with Lovekamp below!

Dread Central: How did you get involved with Paranormal Activity 4?
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Paranormal Activity 4 Suffers from Too Much Cuteness: A Movie Review

* there are spoilers here. Directors: Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman. Writers: Christopher Landon and Chad Feehan. Cast: Katie Featherston, Kathryn Newton and Matt Shively. The social experiment is back and Paranormal Activity 4 is not worth the price of an IMAX ticket. Audiences with any interest with the series are better off waiting for a regular presentation or a video-on-demand release. Nothing about the movie was even reported to be filmed with the square-shaped camera format. At least at home, the only shocker is in knowing that money has been saved. The tale is with the Nelson family, who take a mysterious boy, Robbie (Brady Allen), from across the street in. His mother is as always busy and often leaves the child alone, strangly. Not only is this neighbour a bad parent but also she has had an undisclosed incident that summons an ambulance over to take her away. With her gone,
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Exclusive: Matt Shively and Kathryn Newton Talk Paranormal Activity 4 Ending and Paranormal Activity 5!

Exclusive: Matt Shively and Kathryn Newton Talk Paranormal Activity 4 Ending and Paranormal Activity 5!
Paranormal Activity 4 proved to be the highest grossing movie at the domestic box office this past weekend, pulling in an estimated $30.2 million dollars and pushing the franchise in quite a few new directions. A lot of fans are hurrying back to the theaters to watch the ending again, with the sequel expected to go strong throughout this upcoming Halloween weekend.

As per the usual with this series of spooky haunted house movies, we weren't allowed to chat with any of the cast until after most of the fans got a chance to see it first, as this is one franchise built purely on the surprises that lie in wait of the viewer. But now that most of you have flocked to the theater, we can get to the bottom of that pesky climax that willl have you back in your seat this weekend, trying to figure out what the heck happened.
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Review: Paranormal Activity 4

It's October, and there are no more Saw movies to occupy our ritualistic annual watching of horror movies, but we do have the Paranormal Activity franchise. The franchise up to this point has certainly been intriguing, and it turned the horror genre on its head in 2007 when it unexpectedly scared audiences in droves. The simplistic story has evolved into an intriguing tale of demonic possession that dates back to the childhood years of the people involved, specifically Katie (Katie Featherston) and her nephew Hunter. Paranormal Activity 4 at first doesn't seem like it will have anything to do with the previous three movies. It takes place in a different city and years after the events of the second film (the third film was a prequel).

It begins innocently enough, as these films often do. Alex (Kathryn Newton) is your typical 15-year-old teenage girl. She has fun filming everything with her
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New Paranormal Activity 4 Delivered Mediocre Suspense,Thrills And A Ridiculous Ending

New Paranormal Activity 4 delivered mediocre suspense,thrills and a ridiculous ending. Paramount Pictures released their new horror/thriller flick "Paranormal Activity 4" into theaters this weekend. I just watched it,and thought this was quite possibly the worst one yet. While it did serve up some suspense,it took them quite a while to get around to it,and once it did,it was too predictable and mediocre. The ending was very ridiculous,and I was really hoping they wouldn't do that. It stars: Katie Featherston,Kathryn Newton, Matt Shively,Brady Allen,and Tommy Miranda. The new flick takes place five years after Paranormal Activity 2, which ended with Katie kidnapping Hunter. From there, we see a happy go-lucky family that consisted of this very cute,young,blonde chick named Alice,her adopted little brother named Wyattmand her parents. Eventually,, a weird little kid named Robbie comes lurking around Alice's house,
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Film Review: ‘Paranormal Activity 4’ Insults Your Horror Intelligence Amid Waning Franchise

Chicago – Following the first “Paranormal Activity” in 2007, which is most profitable film of all time based on return on investment, filmmakers Jason Blum, Oren Peli and Henry Joost have made a killing for Paramount Pictures.

Rating: 2.0/5.0

But with one movie a year since the second one in 2010, these low-budget films with no-name actors are showing fatigue and that they are overstaying their generous welcome with Friday’s release of “Paranormal Activity 4”.

The only novel plot device used in the fourth film is the Xbox Kinect from Microsoft. When turned on and used normally, the Kinect just makes your body the game controller by tracking your movements. But while viewing the room through a night-vision camera in green lighting, you apparently see the countless projection-tracking dots.

Read Adam Fendelman’s full review of “Paranormal Activity 4”.

That’s then used in the film, of course, to pick up paranormal Boogeymen.
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Paranormal Activity 4 Review

The Paranormal Activity series has been highly divisive since the beginning. Singlehandedly responsible for the rise and recent death of the found footage genre, it has been praised by critics for its suspenseful sensory assault, and decried by audiences for its lack of scares. Since these films were so easy to make on such a small budget and proved they had an audience, Hollywood latched and started producing yearly sequels like their wallets depended on it.

Neither of the two sequels thus far have lived up to the original in terms of pure suspense and terror, and neither left audiences in as large of a fervor as the first did. The plot stringing the series along has also been progressing at a snail’s pace, making sure to only reveal new information right as all of the demon murder happens so that suckers will keep coming back for more. It
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New Paranormal Activity 4 Movie Clip Shows Scary Head Snapping Killing Action

New Paranormal Activity 4 movie clip shows scary head snapping killing action. Recently, this new Paranormal Activity 4 scary,creepy movie clip (below),hit the net,and it looks very bad for this dude as I think he gets his neck snapped by Katie,and more. The clip is titled, "Behind You," and starts off with Katie,lurking around the house. Then a guy hears a loud noise, and eventually ends up sitting in front of a camera in a room. He unfortunately doesn't know that Katie is standing behind him,waiting to snap his freaking neck off. Check it out,below. The movie stars: Katie Featherston,Kathryn Newton, Matt Shively,Brady Allen,and Tommy Miranda. The new flick takes place five years after Paranormal Activity 2, which ended with Katie kidnapping Hunter. It's in theaters now.

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Review: ‘Paranormal Activity 4′ Is the Sum of Its Predecessors, Minus Any Progress

Editor’s note: With Paranormal Activity 4 now officially released in theaters, here is a re-run of our Fantastic Fest review, originally published on September 27, 2012. Although the Ff version was a work-in-progress, as far as we can tell the final cut is mostly the same save for a slight reordering of some scenes near the end. Another set of cameras and another hopeless family that can’t help themselves. They can’t rid themselves of a demonic presence that is purposefully in their home for a reason, nor can they keep from being compelled to record everything that happens. For a franchise that utilizes the “found footage” form of filmmaking, it still isn’t quite clear yet who has found all of this footage to show us, or why they’ve chosen to sift through two decades’ worth of recordings and cleanly edit it all together and make movies out of them. I
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