Yet another found footage movie, Apollo 18, hits theaters tomorrow. The found footage genre has become a mainstay of horror, with its flickering video and shaky cameras. But what are the best, most terrifying moments of found footage horror?
Katie and her wacky family of the damned are back. Brace yourselves for opening and closing doors, mysterious footprints, and more evil shenanigans — it's Paranormal Activity 2. But is it scarier than the first? Spoilers below.
We haven't seen a lot of Paranormal Activity 2. Then again, we didn't see a lot of the original film before it opened, either. But this new clip is the first time we've seen something actually terrifying from the sequel.
Get ready for the great motion-sickness scarefest that is Paranormal Activity 2! The horror sequel's full length trailer has finally been released. How's this one different? Mo' evil babies, mo' problems.
What is this evil baby doing to this poor family? Four video viral clips from Paranormal Activity 2 seem to insinuate the movie's evil menace is the baby. Watch as the wee monster terrifies its parents all over their condo.
How do you follow up a barebones-scary hit like Paranormal Activity? Check out the trailer for the sequel, which looks like it picks up right where the last film left off... We think.
Some rumors are just too good to die, and apparently Jeremy Renner playing Hawkeye is one of them. Cillian Murphy promises Inception won't leave you cold. George Romero thinks there's plenty of life in the Dead series. So many spoilers!
A Predators set report includes cryptic hints. Christopher Nolan explains Inception's origins. You'll never guess who has a Thor cameo. A Star Trek star wants alien sex. Paranormal Activity 2 gets a director. Plus Doctor Who, Haven and Walking Dead.
Today's spoilers include new hints about the Spider-Man reboot and Alien prequel. Splice is getting re-spliced. Doctor Who plays a mean football, and Lost toys with our emotions. Timbaland joins FlashForward. Plus Kick-Ass, Paranormal Activity 2, Caprica, Supernatural and Chuck.
Since Paranormal Activity made huge profits on a shoe-string budget, Paramount is now shopping around for "bigger" directors, like Brian F-ing De Palma. Consider our minds blown. Sure, why not? Let's make an ultra-violent, celeb-filled, hand-held-camera demon film. [LA Times]
This weekend Paranormal's ghost cam beat out the mighty Saw franchise, which means Paranormal 2 can't be far behind. With Paranormal well on its way to becoming Paramount's most successful film ever, the studio readies a sequel. [LA Times]