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Last week Paranormal Activity 2 made its debut at a packed theatre in Hollywood. The Arclight to be exact. Dread Central was on hand both filming and streaming the entire event. What was caught on camera that night may disturb you. Be warned. The following footage is not for the faint of heart.
On Wednesday, October 20th, Dread Central was on the scene at the Arclight in Hollywood for the premiere of Paranormal Activity 2 at midnight, and while there we got to speak with stars Katie Featherston and Micah Sloat as well as creator/director/producer Oren Peli, and as you'll see, hilarity ensued.
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Uncle Creepy spoke the truth with this warning in the Paranormal Activity 2 poster: "Steady your nerves, your sleepness nights are about to return". After seeing it last night, I haven't slept a wink, and at this rate my electric bill will be sky high!
Reviewed by Uncle Creepy Starring Katie Featherston Directed by Tod "Kip" Williams
Paramount's weekend spooker Case 39 (review here) is in theatres now, and to help you decide if it's worth your box office buck, we have four new clips for you along with the original three.
More video goodies have arrived for this Friday's spooker Case 39, and we're sharing every second of the horrors to come with you! We're good like that! Check out the plot crunch, one-sheet, and the clips below. For more visit the official Case 39 website. Synopsis
Several new stills along with a "hot" new clip for Paramount's October 1st chiller Case 39 have come our way, and we have the goods for you right here! Check out the plot crunch, one-sheet, and the stills below. For more visit the official Case 39 website. Synopsis
Three new TV spots for Paramount's October 1st chiller Case 39 have come our way, and we have every lemon-faced Renee Zellweger moment of them for you right here! Check out the plot crunch, one-sheet, and the TV spots below. For more visit the official Case 39 website. Synopsis
Some possible and insanely interesting casting news has come out of the Venice International Film Festival, where it sounds like Paramount is pulling out some big guns to star in Tommy Wirkola's Hansel And Gretel: Witch Hunters.
Paramount has always taken a strange approach toward the horror genre, haven’t they? We all know how the studio treated their Friday the 13th cash-cow in the 80s and, with the exception of a few titles here and there, they pretty much sat sidelined for the genre’s post-Scream resurgence. That’s what makes today’s news of a possible horror release out of their gates all the more surprising.
Wow. We guess Paramount isn't playing around anymore. After three years of nothing they finally nailed down a release date of October 1st, and now they're letting the goods on the movie fire with both barrels!
We've been reporting on Paramount's Case 39 so long now that we think the film's child star Jodelle Ferland is probably an adult already!
Around a week ago a document began floating around believed to have come from Paramount (which is yet to be confirmed) that offers a couple of quick updates regarding the status of two of the studio's projects, World War Z and Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters.
2011 looks to be the year that aliens invade the box office. Joining Oren Peli's Area 51 and JJ Abrams' Super 8, comes another in a string of alien related flicks, but this one, at least for now, is remaining pretty hush-hush.