Now that the Saw franchise is no more, Paranormal Activity can lay siege to Halloween without any direct competition from a competing franchise which, in the case of the horror genre, is pretty limited to begin with.
The first two Paranormal Activity films have accumulated a worldwide gross of $369 million from ticket sales. Not bad considering the first film cost $15,000 and the second went for $3 million.
With Paranormal Activity 3 filmmakers Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman, who directed last year’s discussion-worthy doc Catfish, come on board and take us to 1988, the year where Katie and Kristi first encounter the supernatural presence. The film is again shot in “found footage” style, using home movies of the two girls.
Paranormal Activity 3 looks to cause sleepless nights on October 21, 2011.
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