November 01, 2011

Ghosts are fucking scary, man.  If there was a ghost in my house I would just cry.  I would literally sit up against the corner of a room, so the ghost bastard prick piece of shit can't creep up behind me, and I'd cry until I become dehydrated from a loss of fluids and then I'd cry some more.  Either that or I'd torch the place and collect the insurance.  I aint about to tolerate no fucking ghost taking up real estate in my crib.

What amazes me about these Paranormal Activity movies is that they don't seem to get as scared as normal people would.  The male character in every one of these movies is always the one filming and getting his rocks off at the sight of any activity.  If I saw one thing move just one night I'd be at the holiday inn before I could say "Fuck this!". These people must have balls the size of grapefruits because they stick around through some pretty twisted shit.

Paranormal Activity 3 throws in a new element, little girls communicating and interacting with a freakin demon ghost.  Something about a little girl talking to a poltergeist doesn't sit too well with me.  That being said I didn't find this one to be as horrifying as the previous two and, dare I say it, the whole thing is becoming old hat.  Yes, of course, they throw in some new elements to change it up a bit but ultimately you're getting the same thing with a different house and some new related characters.

I have to say though, there were some pretty awesome moments in Paranormal Activity 3 that still stick with me.  Most of these involve some satantic cultist shit that I'm not gonna get into now because I don't wanna spoil it for anyone.  This film gives you a good perspective as to why this family has been plagued with this shit for years though.

If you liked the other two Paranormal Activity films, enjoy watching little girls shit their pants in fear or have a sick obsession with the occult then this film's for you.  This one isn't as good as the other two and, if you've seen the others, there's a good amount of "been there, done that" but it's still worth checking out.  After you watch it, go straight home, go to the bathroom, look into the mirror and say "Bloody Mary" three times with the lights off.  K bye.

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