Warning: ‘Paranormal Activity’ is spreading

paranormalParanormal Activity, the little horror movie that got three preview showings last weekend in Tempe, will expand to more Valley screens this Friday.

The movie, which uses “found footage” to follow a couple’s harassment by a demonic presence in their new home, will get multiple screenings at AMC’s Deer Valley theater and Harkins’ Arizona Mills and Gateway Pavilions theaters. Harkins’ Tempe Marketplace, which opened the film as a special engagement last weekend, will continue showing it throughout this weekend.

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  • I know a few folks that hate Paranormal Activity, because they think of these kinds of films as “cheat” movies. Personally, I liked it, even if it’s flawed for sure, it’s still impressive to pull off a movie for $15k in a week. I wrote about this in my own Paranormal Activity review, if you care to share it. I’ll definitely check out his next film, but I’m hoping he’s improved his storytelling.

  • I know a few folks that hate Paranormal Activity, because they think of these kinds of films as “cheat” movies. Personally, I liked it, even if it’s flawed for sure, it’s still impressive to pull off a movie for $15k in a week. I wrote about this in my own Paranormal Activity review, if you care to share it. I’ll definitely check out his next film, but I’m hoping he’s improved his storytelling.