Discover More About The Creepy Kid in Second Trailer for PARANORMAL ACTIVITY 4





The international trailer for PARANORMAL ACTIVITY 4 gave us a glimpse of the creepy neighbourhood kid and in this new second trailer we discover it might not necessarily be the kid we should be frightened of….

Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman, directors of Paranormal Activity 3 and Catfish, return once again to direct the fourth film for Paramount. The pair injected some real menace to the franchise with their instalment, and I for one am very happy to see them return. We also know that Zack Estrin is on board to write, and he has worked with Paranormal Activity creators Oren Peli and Jason Blum on their TV series The River, so there is plenty of experience for this fourth film.

Arriving in UK cinemas on 19th October, the new film stars Kathryn Newton, Matt Shively and Katie Featherstone is set to return.

Fans of “PARANORMAL ACTIVITY” are being empowered to bring the movie to their city first. Paramount Pictures, a division of Viacom, Inc., will debut the fourth instalment in the popular horror franchise exclusively in 25 cities around the world by encouraging fans to vote to see it first with a new “Want It” application on Facebook.

Facebook’s 955 million global fans can vote for an advance screening in their city by clicking on the “Want It” button on the film’s fan page at https://www.facebook.com/ParanormalActivityUK.

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