If you’ve been anticipating the end of the found-footage horror craze, well… don’t start holding your breath yet. This year’s big releases (The Devil Inside and Paranormal Activity 4) have illustrated the sub-genre’s limitations, while Barry Levinson’s The Bay has demonstrated that even an experienced filmmaker can only do so much while working with the format. However, the continued low-cost/high-profit from these projects ensures that more will be arriving soon.
Case in point: next year will mark the release of a Latino-themed Paranormal Activity spinoff, Paranormal Activity 5, and a sequel to the 2010 supernatural horror flick The Last Exorcism (now officially titled The Last Exorcism Part II).
CBS Films has acquired the U.S. distribution rights for Last Exorcism Part II, which is directed by Ed Gass-Donnelly ...
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