Paranormal Activity Update

paranormal-activityApparently the 66 people in Logan, Utah demanding Paranormal Activity come to our town isn’t quite enough to warrant the poop-your-pants scarefest to Cache Valley. Nope, instead the movie expands to 20 new cities, all of which are not named Logan. But if you live in the likes of Atlanta, Chicago, Baltimore, San Diego, San Francisco or Las Vegas, you’re in luck (for the full list of expanded cities, click here).

And again, if you want this The Blair Witch Project meets Poltergeist meets The Exorcist to come to Salt Lake City or Logan, visit the movie’s website and demand it come to your town! To me that’s like demanding you get diarrhea or a punch to the soft parts, but hey, whatever floats your boat. This movie is proving to be the biggest “scary” buzz since The Blair Witch stormed theaters in  1999. In fact, as of last weekend it was only on 12 screens nationwide and averaging nearly $6,500 per screen. That’s way above what Surrogates and Fame averaged and both films were splayed across 3,000 plus screens.

At any rate, if you’ve seen this, let us know if the hype is true. If you haven’t, is this something you’ll run out to see because of the buzz. Inquiring minds want to know.

6 comments On Paranormal Activity Update

  • Seen this movie at 12:00 a.m. opening day and it was the very first movie I’ve ever seen that actually gave me the shivers. I’m not gonna lie, GREAT MOVIE.

  • OMGGG! this movie is crazy i cried at the end and it qave me the hibby djibbies.. nd i slept with my mom for the nite

    • Amen to that. I watched it last weekend and openly crapped myself at the theater. I slept like shit that night, too. I kept staring into the darkness, waiting for some demon to come out of my closet. This movie is the real deal.

  • Jigsaw shut the hell up ur movies r pussy! Paranormal is some hardcore shit

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