Two More Paranormal Activity 4 TV Spots Help Kick Off the Weekend

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Paramount has released two more TV spots for the hotly anticipated Paranormal Activity 4, and we can’t think of any better way to kick off the weekend than by sharing them with you guys!

And while we anxiously wait for the film’s release, don’t forget that only a few more days remain in the “Want It” campaign.

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Don’t be left out! Make sure your city is in the top 25 worldwide to receive a free screening days before everyone else by going here and clicking “Want It.” Voting ends October 11.

The film’s website has been inundated with votes from fans across the globe in anticipation of its release on October 19. Cities currently in the running to receive a free screening and be the first in the world to see “Paranormal Activity 4” in theaters include Lima, Peru; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Paris, France; Moscow, Russia; New York, NY; London, UK.

“PARANORMAL ACTIVITY 4” is directed by Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman.

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Follow Paranormal Activity on Twitter (@TweetYourScream) for more upcoming announcements, and as always keep an eye on the official Paranormal Activity Facebook page!

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  • kiddcapone

    It may be declared as “hotly anticipated” around these parts, but just watching the commercial ads for PA4 with unbiased people, it’s 100% obvious this franchise has truly jumped the shark for good. I was in a crowded bar tonight when on the tv came a clip of a blanket being pulled off by an unseen force and everyone let out a loud laugh followed by people saying “you going to see that?”, “fuck no, those movies suck”…I don’t ever remember that kind of reaction for a horror film. PA is no longer fresh, or different, or scary. the novelty is long gone….it’s just the same old played out boring surveillance cam gimmick and it’s run it’s course. There’s nothing left to make watching uneventful “found” footage with a time stamp in the corner interesting.

    I guarantee, 2012 will be the end of PA as we know it. In the time of year where people want something “scary” for Halloween to watch, PA has now played itself out and become a complete joke.