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Official Word and Details: Paranormal Activity on DVD and Blu-ray

Finally, after years of waiting and one hell of a theatrical run, the movie that scared the hell out of most of the world, Oren Peli’s Paranormal Activity, is coming home courtesy of Paramount Home Entertainment; and we’ve got the whens and whats for you first!

On December 29, 2009, the film will hit home just in time to ring in the new year with a scream. The DVD and two-disc Blu-ray include the original theatrical version of the film plus an unrated version with a shocking alternate ending not seen in theaters. No word yet on which ending this will be, but the smart money is on the festival ending. The Blu-ray also includes a digital copy of the theatrical version.

Honestly … this release is kind of shockingly skimpy. Could an extas-heavy version be on the horizon sometime in 2010? We wouldn’t be a bit surprised.

Check out the artwork below.

Official Word and Details: Paranormal Activity on DVD and Blu-ray

Official Word and Details: Paranormal Activity on DVD and Blu-ray

Make sure you are following @TweetYourScream on Twitter and have joined the official Paranormal Activity Facebook fan page!

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  • fceurich39

    some people said only two endings were actually shot the slit throat ending never was filmed who knows

    • The Woman In Black

      It was filmed … several people have seen it, including me.

  • kiddcapone

    I downloaded a perfect copy of the movie, but I’ll still end up buying the Blu-Ray. I want multiple endings! To be perfectly honest, the theatrical ending kind of ruined the movie for me. Everything was so fresh and anti-Hollywood and then the ending was typical Hollywood cliche BOO shit. It just didn’t fit. It went from psuedo-reality based to completely unrealistic and gimmicky.

    *UPDATE* I just fastforwarded to the ending of my copy I downloaded, and it’s NOT the theatrical ending. So I’d be willing to bet this is the one they will be using on the DVD.

  • RingoJ

    I’ve seen two of the endings, but I really want to see the slit version.

  • Cash Bailey

    This whole ‘Digital Copy’ bullshit they’re putting on Blu-Ray discs can go and get fucked.

    If I’m buying a high-def version of a film I don’t give a shit about paying five more dollars for some utterly useless low-res copy.

    • krawlingkhaos

      Those of us who travel a lot appreciate having a copy to put onto ipods and such (at least until I get a blu-ray drive on the computer). It also makes it easier to show the movie to folks who don’t have a blu-ray player (especially this movie, which definitely qualifies as an “oh, you have to see this right now” film.) I’d prefer it came with a DVD copy, like the Disney ones do, but oh well.

  • Cash Bailey

    How about including all of the multiple endings that Creepy has alluded to?

    • Uncle Creepy

      That’s what I’m saying!