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Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension (2015)

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Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension (2015)

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.

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  • Rudism

    This was pretty bad. Paranormal Activity 4 and The Marked Ones already drastically lowered my expectations for the franchise, and this one didn’t do anything to combat that. The best thing it had going for it were some decent special effects, but even those couldn’t make up for the ridiculous, convoluted plot, stale acting, and over-reliance on cheap jump scares. I think I read that this is going to be the last Paranormal Activity movie–I would argue that PA3 was the last one worth watching. The most enjoyable and amusing part of this movie for me was watching the end credits–how does a movie this bad have so many names attached to it? They go on forever. I’ve seen municipal phone books with less names printed in them. Hilarious.

    As a side-rant, I’d just like to say that it’s 2016, people; if you make a movie where you’re pulling so many lame gimmicks and effects that even someone like me who didn’t watch your movie in 3D or even know that it had been released in 3D can tell that it’s clearly doing stuff just to look cool in 3D then YOU’RE DOING IT WRONG. Hamming it up like that might have been cool to a 1950’s wide-eyed audience with their crackerjack cardboard blue/red glasses on, but today it’s just sad. If rotating 3D blobs and throwing stuff at the camera are some of the main selling points of your film, that should be an indicator that you should revisit its other aspects such as the plot and script because they are probably severely lacking.

    • I have to agree with you in that PA3 was the last sequel that stayed true to the original intent of the franchise. This latest incarnation was more of a feast for the eyes. The SFX were really good, but I’m looking for a lot more than good special effects in a found footage film. When taken in and of itself, I don’t feel Paranormal Activity Ghost Dimension was a bad film, just different from the rest of the franchise. I’ll be writing a full review. . . so I’ll save the rest for later.

      Thanks for your comment. WE’LL DEFINITELY BE GIVING YOU A SHOUT OUT ON THE NEXT PODCAST WHEN WE COVER PA GHOST DIMENSION AND WILL READ SOME OF WHAT YOU WROTE! 🙂

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