After experiencing what they think are a series of "break-ins", a family sets up security cameras around their home, only to realize that the events unfolding before them are more sinister than they seem.
A young woman returns to Tokyo, following a car accident that fractured both of her legs. While her brother Koichi provides hospitality for Haruka, weird noises and events transpire in the house - leading to a more horrifying truth.
Laura and Marta share a nice apartment. Laura, the youngest one, began to document their life in the house with her camera. Marta undergoes the continual jokes of the friend. One day Laura,... See full summary »
Three documentary makers, are heading home from Burning Man in their RV and decide to pull off into the desert to camp for the night. Things get creepy. With their 5 RV cams running 24/7, ... See full summary »
Ethan A. Brosowsky,
In 2010, Four documentary filmmakers travel to Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada in search of clues regarding the ancient myth of Nanabijou, and missing persons cases. Their journey brings them ... See full summary »
The Ghost Dimension, follows a new family, The Fleeges - father Ryan (Chris J. Murray), mother Emily (Brit Shaw) and their young daughter Leila (Ivy George) - Who move into a house and discover a video camera and a box of tapes in the garage. When they look through the camera's lens, they begin to see the paranormal activity happening around them - including the re-emergence of young Kristi and Katie.
Last year, I found the film Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones an adequate conclusion of the saga, because, despite not being highly memorable, it found the way to "close the circle", returning to the roots of the story with a certain ingenuity. But money talks, and we now have another sequel which nullifies the ending of the previous movie in its desperate search for more material and more (ridiculously slight) connections to the original mystery. Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension takes itself too much time to start, making us lose our patience with half an hour of introduction to the characters, who are absolutely bland. On the positive side, the special effects are pretty good, but the film wasn't able to do anything interesting with them, and they end up being reduced to the most predictable thrills accompanied with strident sounds. Even though I didn't like Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension, I heard various screams and exclamations at the cinema I watched it. I might be too tired with those tricks for them to provoke any effect on me. Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension might be more effective than it seemed to me. But whatever the case it is, it made me snooze very much while I was watching it, and I can't recommend it.
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