Back in July it was reported that Paranormal Activity 5 would not be released this October—breaking the streak that began in 2009 with the original—and that it would instead be released in January of 2014.
As it turns out, that news had nothing at all to do Paranormal Activity 5, but instead a planned spinoff movie titled Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones, which is set in the same (or some kind of parallel) world as the other movies but with different characters.
You can check out the first trailer for the movie below.
As I write up more and more of these Kickstarter campaigns, I find myself amazed at the way the public has embraced this as a viable way to fund projects. So many more artists and creators are able to self-publish their work. I can’t help out as much as I would like to, but I do my share as I’m sure many of you do. Therefore, it’s my pleasure to be able to occasionally show one off in the hopes that you will find it as interesting as I do. Howie Noel‘s Kickstarter campaign for his webcomic character, Tara Normal has all the makings of a fun and entertaining read with more than just a twist of originality.
Centered around Tara Normal, the graphic novel that Howie wants to create with this campaign is going to focus on Tara solving the mystery of her mother’s death. Already an paranormal investigator who has proven that ghosts exist, she will explore how this all affects her world and the people in it. And part of this quest will involve the rescue of a group called the Ghost Soldiers who find themselves trapped in the most haunted place in the world, St. Catherine of Siena (an abandoned mental hospital), and only Tara can save them! Luckily, Tara is a pretty strong willed young lady who is used to kicking paranormal butt.
Paramount Pictures is doing a bit of shuffling of their upcoming release slate. Instead of releasing Paranormal Activity 5 on October 25, 2013—which would have made five in the same amount of years—the studio has instead decided to push the next installment in the found footage horror franchise back to January 3, 2014.
To fill the vacated October 25th spot, Paramount has announced that they will release Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa on that date. The title may not sound familiar at first, but anyone who’s watched the Jackass movies will be familiar with the Bad Grandpa sketches in which Johnny Knoxville is completely transformed into a convincingly realistic old man named Irving, who would set out and cause mischief.
A new spoof is on the way, this time taking on the Paranormal Activity franchise and other found footage types, which is titled A Haunted House.
The movie stars Marlon Wayans, who was part of the first two Scary Movie flicks (the only two worth watching) trying to recapture some of that absurdly silly R-rated parody magic.
Whether he’ll achieve that goal or if the movie will end up in the massive pile of mind-bogglingly awful spoof movies we’ve seen over the past decade or so remains to be seen. For now, you can watch the Red Band trailer for the movie below. NSFW warning in effect after this point.
We as human beings are constantly being fed sales pitches claiming to hold the secret for truly losing weight fast…most often not requiring any exercise whatsoever, while still allowing you to eat whatever the hell you’d like.
Only fools buy into such nonsense, and, whether you’re able to put in the effort or not, anyone with even partial brain function knows that it takes a lot of painfully trying discipline and hard work to lose the weight you feel you need to lose.
Still, for the sake of entertainment, and because it does happen to be All Hallows’ Eve, what if I told you that a new study claims that watching horror movies can in fact help you to drop pounds. Would you listen? or at read on purely out of curiosity? If so, do continue on below now for more information and to see a list of the ten best terrifying movie options for losing weight.