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Rated R · 81 minutes · 2011

Horror, Thriller
This movie franchise is a joke. The first film had one good scare, and now the premise has been stretched into a third tedious (yet extremely profitable) movie. This time out, we journey back to the 1980s, where Katie (Chloe Csengery) and Kristi Rey (Jessica Tyler Brown), the sisters we saw in the first two films, are wee ones. Kristi Rey has an imaginary friend that is really a ghost named Toby; he likes to play around with her Teddy Ruxpin and knock over lamps. Their stepfather, Dennis (Christopher Nicholas Smith), does the whole setting-up-cameras-around-the-house thing, and he videotapes lamps falling down and his kids getting tossed around. Still, Dennis keeps his family in the house and manages to keep operating his handheld camera even when he’s being attacked. If spoons falling on the ground scare the heck out of you, this is your movie.


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Official Site: www.paranormalmovie.com
Director: Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman
Producer: Jason Blum, Oren Peli, Steven Schneider and Akiva Goldsman
Cast: Katie Featherston, Sprague Grayden, Lauren Bittner, Christopher Smith, Chloe Csengery, Mark Fredrichs, Brian Boland, Dustin Ingram and Jessica Brown

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The Coast Halifax Paranormal Activity 3 familiar but scarily effective Prequel will make you jump, remember the '80s by Jacob Boon 10/20/2011
Colorado Springs Independent Opening this week The Three Musketeers, Paranormal Activity 3, The Future and other film events around town. 10/20/2011
Portland Mercury Paranormal Reactivity You already know what happens in Paranormal Activity 3. It's still scary. by Dave Bow 10/20/2011
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Arkansas Times 'Paranormal Activity 3' keeps the scares coming With a frightening formula of throwback minimalism. by Sam Eifling 11/02/2011

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