Watch: Hunter & Katie Return in Full Trailer for 'Paranormal Activity 4'

September 27, 2012
Source: Apple

Paranormal Activity 4

There's a chance I'm one of the few who still looks forward to a new installment of Paranormal Activity after three films have expanded the mythology of the surprise hit found footage horror franchise. Now Paranormal Activity 4 is hyping up the fact that "all the activity has led to this." However, this new trailer doesn't give much in the vein of expanding that mythology with the exception of finally promising the return of Katie and Hunter. A working print of the film just played at Fantastic Fest and our own Tim Buel says, "It’s boring, silly and does nothing for the mythology." Personally I hope he's wrong since they seem to be incorporating some interesting elements like the Microsoft Kinect (product placement!). Watch below!

The new trailer for Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman's Paranormal Activity 4 originally from Apple:

Paranormal Activity 4 is directed by Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman (Catfish, Paranormal Activity 3) with a script from TV writer Zack Estrin (who worked with franchise creator Oren Peli on "The River"). An official plot hasn't been revealed at this time, so we can only speculate as to where the franchise is going from here but Paramount Pictures will send the sequel to theaters just before Halloween on October 19th.

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ok sure ill see this one too, three did surprise me and im looking forward to how they progress this....

Jericho on Sep 27, 2012


they showed most of the scary parts in the trailer -_- although there are still some good parts in it. I saw this Sept. 13 at an invite only screening and it was actually pretty good. A lot better than I thought it was going to be, I liked it a lot

Dude on Sep 27, 2012


Thank You Dude

Ehsan Davodi on Sep 28, 2012


well - i guess the teen crowd will eat this up.......i'll pass. hey - as far as a sidebar question - does this mean that kinect is the devils tool? i've had my suspicions.

beevis on Sep 27, 2012


i think its a great new way to detect when disembodied evil is about to tear you apart.....

Jericho on Sep 27, 2012


they should market it that way - i imagine everyone who's moving into a new house will buy one......just to be on the safe side.

beevis on Sep 27, 2012


I'm 62 and I love this fuckin' shit! See you at the cinema kids!

Sanka on Sep 27, 2012


you'll be like kaptain kangaroo in that theatre!!

beevis on Sep 27, 2012


I want the whole house to implode and send whatever rubbish is there back to wherever it came. Never watched these, never will.

Carpola on Sep 27, 2012


amen to that.

beevis on Sep 27, 2012


So, you never watched them, never will, yet you call them rubbish that should implode and sent back to wherever you came, huh? Son, that kind of ignorant remark about yourself simply demonstrates just how much of an asshole you are.

Hattori Hanzo on Sep 27, 2012


I am a giant assface. I know these films make more money than Elton John, but it just needs to stop. Now.

Carpola on Sep 27, 2012


I took my SO to the original on our first date and we've went to every one of them since to celebrate our anniversary. They hold a special place in my heart and remind me of the lengths I would go to just so a girl would hold onto my arm in a movie theater.

Matt Peloquin on Sep 27, 2012


Eh, was over by the time the second one came out.

guest on Sep 27, 2012


The guy looks like he has down syndrome

Daniel on Sep 29, 2012

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