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Movie Jail: This week's defendant is...Blumhouse Productions!

This is Movie Jail, a unique maximum security prison that houses some of the worst writers, directors, actors and producers from Hollywood and beyond. Their crimes? The offenses vary from convict to convict but most of these inmates have contributed negatively to the film world to some capacity* and his or her misdeeds have covered a long enough period of time that the authorities had...
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12.14.2015
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Movie Jail: This week's defendant is...the Paranormal Activity franchise!

This is Movie Jail, a unique maximum security prison that houses some of the worst writers, directors, actors and producers from Hollywood and beyond. Their crimes? The offenses vary from convict to convict but most of these inmates have contributed negatively to the film world to some capacity* and his or her misdeeds have covered a long enough period of time that the authorities had...
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10.26.2015
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This Week in Blu-ray / DVD Releases: Desolation of Smaug, Grudge Match ...

This week: A stacked week brings Meryl vs. Julia, Stallone vs. De Niro, and a Hobbit vs. Smaug. ► Tolkien purists will find something to hate, but for everyone else THE HOBBIT: THE DESOLATION OF SMAUG is a marked improvement over the first ‘Hobbit’ flick. The pace has more zip, spiders and...
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04.08.2014
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Exclusive 1:1 Interview: The Cast of Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones Jorge Diaz, Andrew Jacobs and Gabrielle Walsh!

Itís unusual to cover a filmís junket after the release, yet that is exactly what happened for PARANORMAL ACTIVITY: THE MARKED ONES. What was interesting about the experience was to hear how the actors involved felt when the saw the new film with a paying audience. Suffice it to say I had an absolute blast chatting with Jorge Diaz, Andrew Jacobs and Gabrielle Walsh who all face some...
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01.08.2014
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Top 10 Found Footage Movies of All Time (Video Edition)

The fifth entry in the PARANORMAL ACTIVITY franchise opens today marking another movie in the popular found footage sub-genre of films. What used to be a novelty has since grown into a full-fledged way of making films. Studios love them because they are cheap to make while amateur filmmakers can tell stories with limited film-making skills. The results are not always great, but there are ten...
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01.03.2014
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Review: Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones

PLOT: Two teens- Jesse (Andrew Jacobs) and Arturo ( Richard Cabral )- are playing with their new video camera when one of their neighbors is apparently murdered by one of their classmates. When they investigate the death, they stumble upon a plot involving black magic as Jesse begins to show signs of an otherworldly possession. REVIEW: Over the years I've made no...
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01.03.2014
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C'mon Hollywood: The Paranormal Activity franchise needs to be put to rest!

Without sounding like a hater, I love PARANORMAL ACTIVITY . I don't think I've ever been more afraid in a movie theater and even several nights later, I was still affected by that final image of Katie Featherstone. While the second and third entries were also really good, that fourth one was, well, really bad. While I wouldn't say PARANORMAL ACTIVITY 4 was the worst horror film I've...
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11.13.2013
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Trailer for Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones has muggings, crazy eyes, and bite marks

Whether you want it or not, the found footage genre's golden child, PARANORMAL ACTIVITY, is keeping the stereotypical scares comin' with the latest (and first) spinoff entry, PARANORMAL ACTIVITY: THE MARKED ONES. Written and directed by the writer of the previous three films in the series, Christopher Landon, this spinoff focuses on a Latin-American family this time out, and the...
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10.17.2013
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Get ready for two more Paranormal Activity movies coming in 2014

I know that the PARANORMAL ACTIVITY series makes money so obviously there's an audience for it. But when is enough, enough? Why come out with this films one right after another? How do they retain what makes them scary? This is just one person's insight. I'm sure someone has a debate for why it's okay to release the same type of found footage film so often. Which brings me to the...
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08.08.2013
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