It’s hard to believe, but the little found-footage horror flick Paranormal Activity has spawned one heck of a long lineage. But it’s all coming to an end. You know, at least until they reboot it a couple of Halloweens from now.
You knew the Paranormal Activity fad was ripe for a good ribbing. Leave it to a Wayans brother to let 'er rip. Watch the ghostly puns and pranks fly in the first redband teaser for his supernatural comedy The Haunted House.
Dark Skies is a film with a little something to prove. After all, it's coming directly from the producers of, not just Paranormal Activity, but Insidious, and Sinister, too. Each of those films is soil-yourself scary in its own way. We've got the trailer for Dark Skies that shows us ITS brand of scary.
The team behind Paranormal Activity hopes to trade in ghosts for ecological terrors for their latest found footage horror film, The Bay. Don't worry about that apparition moving in the corner—just don't go in the water.
The "found footage" style of filmmaking is a love-it or hate-it approach, but Paranormal Activity producer Jason Blum has figured out why most people don't like it. Essentially? Because a lot of those movies shot as "found footage" shouldn't be.
With Halloween around the corner, and the Saw series dead and gone, Paranormal Activity has to fill the horror void. Paramount has released a new trailer for the latest entry in the "found footage" trilogy that showcases some pissed off ghosts.
The Muppets make everything better. Somehow the cute, fuzzy characters managed to turn Twilight into comedy gold with their latest trailer. The Muppets takes a stab at the vampire sequel Breaking Dawn and also gives the new Paranormal Activity a run for its money.