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Sinister I Edit Storyline After a young, middle class couple moves into a suburban 'starter' tract house, they become increasingly disturbed by a presence that may or may not be somehow demonic but is certainly most active in the middle of the night.

Edit Did You Know? It didn't test well with audiences, though, and with guidance from the studio, was given extra budget to shoot another one.

He said that he still likes the original ending, tried to fight for it for a while, although he's okay with the theatrical one they chose.

Goofs In the original Director's cut of the film, the name of the demonologist recommended by the psychic is Dr. Johan Abrams. In the Theatrical version, every time his name is mentioned it is noticeably re-dubbed as "Dr.

Johan Averies". Quotes [ first lines ] Katie : Is that what I think it is? Micah : Depends on what you think it is. Katie : I think it's a big-ass camera!

Whatever happened to one of those little hand held cameras? Alternate Versions The version that was released in theaters is the cut supervised by Steven Spielberg.

The Director's Cut, comprised of the unedited film with three possible endings, has several differences: 1. There is a scene in the Theatrical Cut not present in the Director's Cut that takes place early on, where Katie and Micah wake up and find her keys thrown from the kitchen counter to the floor.

The low frequency tone that occurs when the demon is present is not quite as loud in the Director's cut. There is only one instance of the demon whispering in the Theatrical Cut; there are at least three in the Director's Cut, all of which are heard in the bedroom at night.

A lot of the demon noises - the loud growl followed by the bang, the footsteps, even the shadows that appear on the bedroom doors - were completely re-dubbed and retouched.

There seem to be at least two added "shadow" effects - another on the bedroom door, and a silhouette in the hallway - in the Director's Cut, whereas the Theatrical Cut only has one shadow used.

The night when the demon plays the door games with Katie and Micah opening and slamming it shut, knocking furiously has been re-dubbed, as well.

The knocking is much faster and louder in the Theatrical Cut. There's some added dialogue between Katie and Micah where they discuss how the stress is negatively affecting their lives.

She says she's failing her university course and won't pass unless she "does something drastic" on her midterm.

He says he lost a large sum of money playing the stock market earlier, and that he'll be taking a break for awhile. The demon's daytime attack is completely absent.

The only time we get a good look at the picture that is smashed and clawed is when the two run up and down the hallway during the night to get away from the demon.

There's an extra video attached to the "Goodbye Dianne" explanation at the computer. There is at least two minutes of added footage of the woman's ordeal, which has been heavily used in the TV commercials.

Micah shows Katie footage of Dianne's demonic possession and subsequent exorcism as she is tied to a bed.

Her appearance transforms from healthy to disheveled and dark, with large cuts on her face and body. Eventually, the footage shows that the exorcism was unsuccessful, and the possessed Dianne becomes so destructive that she chews her own arm off to the elbow.

The double-layered voice Katie projects in bed when she says, "Everything will be fine from now on" and later screaming downstairs uses a different effect to achieve this.

Unlike the Theatrical Cut, the two voices are very distinct. The ending is completely changed. Katie awakes shortly after midnight on the final night, gets out of bed and stares at Micah for roughly three hours.

The creature possessing Katie leaves her body, scaring Amber out of the house before returning to Katie, who resumes rocking back and forth.

Police officers arrive at the house about a half hour later and discover Micah's body as well. They call to Katie, who wakes from her catatonic state and seems confused.

Katie comes out of the bedroom with the knife still in her hand. The police officers ask her to drop the knife. Following a heated confrontation, a door behind one of the police officers slams shut, startling one of the officers, which causes him to shoot Katie, killing her.

The film ends with the police investigating the area and finding nothing but the camera, still running. In this ending, available as an alternate ending in the home releases of the film, Katie returns to the bedroom after the screaming and noise of her and Micah struggling downstairs.

She is holding a knife and covered in blood. She closes and locks the bedroom door. Katie walks over and smiles at the camera before cutting her own throat.

The screen then fades to black. A third alternate ending was written in which a possessed Katie would corner Micah and bludgeon him to death with his camera, while viewers watch from the camera's point of view.

This version was deemed too complicated and too brutal to shoot. The version with the new ending, made after Paramount acquired the film, had screenings on September 25, , in twelve college towns across the United States.

A day later, Paramount announced that the film would have a full limited release in 40 markets, playing at all hours including after-midnight showings.

On October 6, Paramount announced that the movie would be released nationwide if the film received one million "demands" on Eventful.

The full limited release of the film started on October 9. Paranormal Activity wasn't released on DVD or Blu-ray until December 29, , more than two years after the film was made.

The home release includes one alternate ending to the theatrical version. Additionally, at the end of the film, 15 minutes worth of names were added to the DVD release, as part of a special promotion.

The message that popped up before this said: "The fans who "demanded" the film were asked by email if they wanted to have their name appear as a thank you for the film's success.

The website's critical consensus reads, "Using its low-budget effects and mockumentary method to great result, Paranormal Activity turns a simple haunted house story into 90 minutes of relentless suspense.

Film critics James Berardinelli and Roger Ebert each awarded it 3. For extended periods here, nothing at all is happening, and believe me, you won't be bored.

It doesn't sound very scary, but Peli manages to make it terrifying. If you aren't white-knuckling your armrest at least once or twice while watching it, you probably don't have a pulse.

However, some critics disliked the film. Michael Carter of The Breeze summed up the film as "all right", though denouncing its reliance on "cheap jump scares and an even cheaper 'found footage' style".

We've seen it all before. Also in , mockbuster group The Asylum created their take on the film, titled Paranormal Entity , which would later spawn a series of its own.

On May 3, , an unofficial spinoff film entitled Invoked went into production. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the film. For the film series, see Paranormal Activity film series.

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Watch the video. Get the Latest News. Title: Paranormal Activity After experiencing what they think are a series of "break-ins", a family sets up security cameras around their home, only to realize that the events unfolding before them are more sinister than they seem.

In , young sisters Katie and Kristi befriend an invisible entity who resides in their home. It has been five years since the disappearance of Katie and Hunter, and a suburban family witness strange events in their neighborhood when a woman and a mysterious child move in.

Using a special camera that can see spirits, a family must protect their daughter from an evil entity with a sinister plan. When a young man becomes the target of a malevolent entity, he must uncover its true intentions before it takes complete control of him.

Three film students vanish after traveling into a Maryland forest to film a documentary on the local Blair Witch legend, leaving only their footage behind.

A journalist must investigate a mysterious videotape which seems to cause the death of anyone one week to the day after they view it.

A television reporter and cameraman follow emergency workers into a dark apartment building and are quickly locked inside with something terrifying.

A family looks to prevent evil spirits from trapping their comatose child in a realm called The Further. Two strangers, who awaken in a room with no recollection of how they got there, soon discover they're pawns in a deadly game perpetrated by a notorious serial killer.

After a teenager has a terrifying vision of him and his friends dying in a plane crash, he prevents the accident only to have Death hunt them down, one by one.

Washed-up true-crime writer Ellison Oswalt finds a box of super 8 home movies which suggest the murder he's currently researching is the work of a serial killer whose work dates back to the s.

After a young, middle class couple moves into a suburban 'starter' tract house, they become increasingly disturbed by a presence that may or may not be somehow demonic but is certainly most active in the middle of the night.

Especially when they sleep. Or try to. Written by Paramount Pictures. Have not commented on anything in a long time. But after reading all the overly positive "scariest movie of all time" and overly negative "two hours of my life I'll never get back hour and a half actually ", I had to comment.

I heard about this in Entertainment Weekly and was waiting patiently for it to come out in wide distribution.

All in all, it's a good movie for what it is. A low budget horror movie using the faux documentary premise. Compared to The Blair Witch Project, where you couldn't see a damn thing to be scared of, and Cloverfield, which just made me nauseous from the jerking camera, this film at least has steady camera work most of the time.

If you are a die hard horror movie fan, will this movie terrify you? Probably not, except on a psychological level possibly. The notion of a demon haunting a person as opposed to a haunted house, while nothing truly original in the sense it hasn't been done elsewhere, is still not seen to much in horror except in possession films , least these days in the days of Saw and Hostel and other crap.

There are a few startling moments in the film. They are comparable to a friend sneaking up on you from behind and shaking you.

But honestly, that's what I want from a horror movie. To be in suspense and have something shock me and get my heart pumping for a few.

I can't remember the last film I saw to do that so at least Paranormal Acivity got my blood flowing a couple times. But mostly its disturbing.

Some of the night scenes would be slightly shocking, others would just be creepy to watch. But in each something different happens. In terms of acting, nothing spectacular but hardly as terrible as some are whining about.

And his character is shown from the beginning to be stubborn, frat boyish, and egotistical. To sum up, is this the scariest film of all time?

But it is without a doubt the scariest film to be shown in the mainstream theater in the last few years. Its more terrifying then the endless remakes and sequels we have been plagued with.

One thing I hope for with all the hype is that horror fans want more genuine shock moments than over the top gore. Sign In.

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Micah discovers the bite mark and decides events are too out of control to remain in the house. He packs for them both to head to a motel.

Micah finds that Katie is unresponsive, and notices she is holding a cross so tightly that her hand is bleeding.

Micah takes the cross and burns it. Just as they are set to leave, the possessed Katie insists they stay, then apparently talks to someone next to her, saying they will be okay now.

On night twenty-one, Katie gets out of bed again, and stares at Micah for two hours before going downstairs. After a moment of silence, Katie screams for Micah and he quickly rushes to help her.

Afterward, Micah screams in pain, Katie stops screaming, and, after another moment of silence, heavy footsteps are heard coming upstairs.

Suddenly, a loud roar is heard as Micah's body is violently hurled at the camera which is knocked off the tripod, revealing a demonic Katie standing in the doorway, with blood on her shirt.

She slowly walks into the room, and crawls to Micah's body, then looks up at the camera with a grin.

As she lunges toward the camera, her face takes on a demonic appearance just as the scene cuts to black, and another growl is heard.

Text states that Micah's body was discovered by the police on October 11, , and Katie has vanished. Attempting to focus on believability rather than action and gore, Peli chose to shoot the picture with a home video camera.

In deciding on a more raw and stationary format the camera was almost always sitting on a tripod or something else and eliminating the need for a camera crew, a "higher degree of plausibility" was created for the audience as they were "more invested in the story and the characters".

Instead, the actors were given outlines of the story and situations to improvise, a technique known as " retroscripting " also used in the making of The Blair Witch Project.

He originally auditioned them individually and later called them back to audition together. Peli was impressed with the chemistry between the actors, saying, "If you saw the [audition] footage, you would've thought they had known each other for years.

The film was shot out of sequence due to Peli's self-imposed seven-day shooting schedule, [13] though he would have preferred the story to have unfolded for the actors as he had envisioned it.

Sloat, who controlled the camera for a good deal of the film, was a former cameraman at his university's TV station. He worked with Peli to re-edit the film and submitted it to the Sundance Film Festival , but it was rejected.

DreamWorks' plan was to remake the film with a bigger budget and with Peli directing, and only to include the original version as an extra when the DVD was eventually released.

During the screening, people began walking out; Goodman thought the film was bombing , until he learned that the viewers were actually leaving because they were so frightened.

He then realized a remake was unwise. Some scenes were cut, others added, and the original ending was scrapped, with two new endings being shot.

Meanwhile, a screening for international buyers resulted in the sale of international rights in 52 countries. Once Paramount acquired the film, the original ending was scrapped, and two new endings were developed for the film, one of them being the one seen in theaters the scrapped ending was shown at only one public viewing.

Katie returns to the bedroom and sits down against the bed with the knife in her hand, rocking back and forth, for almost two days straight.

Her friend Amber calls and leaves a message, saying that she is concerned because she hasn't heard from Katie or Micah. Amber eventually comes looking for her, but when she enters the house, she is heard screaming after seeing Micah's body.

The creature possessing Katie leaves her body, scaring Amber out of the house before returning to Katie, who resumes rocking back and forth.

Police officers arrive at the house about a half hour later and discover Micah's body as well. They call to Katie, who wakes from her catatonic state and seems confused.

Katie comes out of the bedroom with the knife still in her hand. The police officers ask her to drop the knife. Following a heated confrontation, a door behind one of the police officers slams shut, startling one of the officers, which causes him to shoot Katie, killing her.

The film ends with the police investigating the area and finding nothing but the camera, still running.

In this ending, available as an alternate ending in the home releases of the film, Katie returns to the bedroom after the screaming and noise of her and Micah struggling downstairs.

She is holding a knife and covered in blood. She closes and locks the bedroom door. Katie walks over and smiles at the camera before cutting her own throat.

The screen then fades to black. A third alternate ending was written in which a possessed Katie would corner Micah and bludgeon him to death with his camera, while viewers watch from the camera's point of view.

This version was deemed too complicated and too brutal to shoot. The version with the new ending, made after Paramount acquired the film, had screenings on September 25, , in twelve college towns across the United States.

A day later, Paramount announced that the film would have a full limited release in 40 markets, playing at all hours including after-midnight showings.

On October 6, Paramount announced that the movie would be released nationwide if the film received one million "demands" on Eventful.

The full limited release of the film started on October 9. Paranormal Activity wasn't released on DVD or Blu-ray until December 29, , more than two years after the film was made.

The home release includes one alternate ending to the theatrical version. Additionally, at the end of the film, 15 minutes worth of names were added to the DVD release, as part of a special promotion.

The message that popped up before this said: "The fans who "demanded" the film were asked by email if they wanted to have their name appear as a thank you for the film's success.

The website's critical consensus reads, "Using its low-budget effects and mockumentary method to great result, Paranormal Activity turns a simple haunted house story into 90 minutes of relentless suspense.

Film critics James Berardinelli and Roger Ebert each awarded it 3. For extended periods here, nothing at all is happening, and believe me, you won't be bored.

It doesn't sound very scary, but Peli manages to make it terrifying. If you aren't white-knuckling your armrest at least once or twice while watching it, you probably don't have a pulse.

However, some critics disliked the film. Michael Carter of The Breeze summed up the film as "all right", though denouncing its reliance on "cheap jump scares and an even cheaper 'found footage' style".

We've seen it all before. Also in , mockbuster group The Asylum created their take on the film, titled Paranormal Entity , which would later spawn a series of its own.

On May 3, , an unofficial spinoff film entitled Invoked went into production. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the film.

For the film series, see Paranormal Activity film series. For the phenomena of paranormal activity, see paranormal.

Theatrical release poster. Katie Featherston Micah Sloat. Blumhouse Productions [1]. American Film Institute. Retrieved British Board of Film Classification.

October 14, Retrieved June 25,

Paranormal Activity 1+2 [2 DVDs] STEELBOOK von Oren Peli DVD bei blackmagicrecords.nl bestellen. Erfahren Sie hier alle Infos zum Film "Paranormal Activity 1" und reservieren Sie online Karten für den Film im KINOPOLIS Rosenheim. External Sites. Micah discovers the bite mark and decides events are too Pley 24 of control to remain in the house. The full limited release of the film started on October 9. Get the Latest News. Beste Spielothek in Schuppertholz finden final sixty seconds of the film Holland Casino Nijmegen Parkeren the confused policemen, asking "Where did that [noise] come from? Runtime: 86 Flame Deutsch 97 min festival 84 min unrated.

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