Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension Dated for March 2015

We’ve been sitting patiently waiting to find out exactly when we’ll be seeing the sixth film in the Paranormal Activity franchise, and today Paramount gave the film a date and even a new title! Read on for details.

Look for Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension in theatres on March 13, 2015. This confirms a story which originally appeared on Bloody Disgusting stating that the flick was going to be here a lot sooner than its previously announced 2016 release.

Greg Plotkin is directing from a screenplay by Jason Pagan and Andrew Stark. No word on just who will be returning or which storyline they’ll be working with, but it’s a good bet it will be all-encompassing. Expect surprises.

Stay tuned.

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  1. Well, I’ve stuck to my guns, I haven’t seen another found footage film since The Marked Juans and I will never again watch one. I couldn’t care less how they wrap up PA5.5: The Other Side. I will read the spoilers just for my own curiosity, and mock it.

    I used to watch movies just for the sake of comparing thoughts for Dinner for Fiends, but since those have gone the way of Colecovision, I don’t have the desire to sit through shit I’d otherwise avoid.

  2. I’m really sick of this attitude people have seeing movies as of late. I can’t imagine how someone can be like “Well, that fuckin sucked. Maybe the next one will be better” which I can get I’ve said that myself. However then people go back for round two, three, and four always coming away with relatively the same amount of disappointment and keep going back. That baffles me.

      • True, true, but a little consistency never hurt anyone. I thought the first one was alright myself. Nothing exceptional, but watchable. However there’s no reason to keep going back to something when it’s creators don’t give a shit about it’s fans and only care about having something on the screen every October. It’s an called an industry for a reason, and lately these have always turned out a profit. Which is fine, but there’s no reason to stick with something if you have nothing good to say about it. I love the Exorcist but you don’t see me at the video store anywhere near Part 2.

        • I didn’t enjoy parts four or five, but I still love the first three and am hoping it’s at least going somewhere soon. The Hellraisers went in to a dozen craptastic movies and still has its fanbase in tact.

          • That’s cool. As long as you’re enjoying them. I’m not telling anybody to not see these if they enjoy them or trying to make a nuisance of myself, but it’s a trend that transcends the horror genre and It’s rather counter-productive. If you see stuff you don’t like, you get more of that. It’s an industry. That’s how it works. As for the Hellraiser movies, fuck every one of them save the first and the first act of part 2 if they’re all as bad as part 3. I’m looking forward to the remake which I hear will be penned by Barker and starring Bradley though.

  3. Man I hope they’re going somewhere. Parts four and The Marked Ones indicated they’re just treading water aimlessly right now. I hope there’s a pay off. And I wouldn’t mind seeing the introduction of some good guys in this series.

  4. Keep paying to see this shit and then complaining people. When will you fucking learn? I understand why DC does because it’s their job, but really, the change won’t come until you stop seeing these.

  5. That goofy title… A March release date… They really are throwing in the towel on this franchise but not before they try to squeeze a few more dollars out of it.

    I do enjoy that Lionsgate seems to have hired someone from the glory days of Cannon Films or possibly the guy who used to come up with Highlander sequel subtitles to name their Paranormal Activity follow-ups. Other rejected titles:


  6. According to Coming Soon, PA6 is supposed to be about a new family with two daughters. I haven’t seen 4 or The Marked Ones, but after 3 I don’t have a lot of interest. I dare say there should’ve never been any sequel; it should have just ended with Katie stabbing Micah to death and then slitting her throat. That’s my favorite ending.

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