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Paranormal Activity 2009 (Review) Katie & Micah

Updated on January 26, 2012
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Micah Sloat & Katie Featherston
Micah Sloat & Katie Featherston
Oren Peli, director and cast.
Oren Peli, director and cast.

Micah and Katie move into a suburban house and discover soon after they are not alone.  As it turns out Katie has been haunted by a ghost or demon since she was a child, and apparently things seem to get worse as her boyfriend Micah decides to film the going ons in their new house while they are both asleep.

At first it starts off with lights turning on and off by themselves, but then things soon get worse when they bring in a psychic and Micah begins to taunt the evil spirit by calling him out, and making fun of it. 

Then after the entity becomes more bold and begins to take over Katie’s body in order to taunt Micah some more and push Katie over the edge as she now begins to argue with Micah over him filming it each night and each visit becoming more and more intense.

This film was absolutely amazing and even though it cost $50,000 to make it, it has already raked in approximately $61,580,588 to date and still climbing, as I estimate it reaching a devastatingly even higher gross in the following weeks ahead.

For those of you who are squeamish I suggest you pass this movie along, but for those of you who appreciate a good scare this is a true must see, and even deserves a second or third viewing.  Based on my being a horror fan I can admit to not being this scared while watching a film in a very long time.  Everyone involved in this film from the actors Micah Sloat, Katie Featherston and Michael Bayouth (the psychic) to producers, Jason Blum, Steven Schneider and Oren Peli who also served as director, and proved how they each deserve high recognition for a job well done, so even though I gave you a slight description of this film, seeing it for yourself is highly recommended, or not. 

Copyright © 2009~Alma Gonzalez


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      Allen Taylor 

      8 years ago

      This was no doubt the scariest movie I have ever seen. i haven't been that scared since the Exorcist. The directors/producers of high budget films could learn a lesson from this movie.


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