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Another instalment of the widely successful 'found footage' horror franchise. This time, we follow a young Latin American, Jessie (Andrew Jacobs), who begins experiencing a number of disturbing and unexplainable things after the death of his neighbour. Quick to investigate, it isn't long before Jessie finds he's been marked for possession by a malevolent demonic entity, and it's only a matter of time before he is completely under its control...

Starring:
Crystal Santos, Andrew Jacobs
Rental Formats:
DVD, Blu-ray

Product Details

Discs
  • Feature ages_15_and_over
Runtime 1 hour 24 minutes
Starring Crystal Santos, Andrew Jacobs, Richard Cabral, Molly Ephraim, Jorge Diaz, Chloe Csengery, Eddie J. Fernandez
Director Oren Peli
Genres Horror
Studio Paramount International
Rental release 12 May 2014
Main languages English
Subtitles Dutch, Swedish, Finnish, Danish, English, Norwegian
Hearing impaired subtitles English
Discs
  • Feature ages_15_and_over
Runtime 1 hour 24 minutes
Starring Crystal Santos, Andrew Jacobs, Richard Cabral, Molly Ephraim, Jorge Diaz, Chloe Csengery, Eddie J. Fernandez
Director Oren Peli
Genres Horror
Studio Paramount International
Rental release 12 May 2014
Main languages English
Subtitles Dutch, Swedish, Finnish, Danish, English, Norwegian
Hearing impaired subtitles English

Customer Reviews

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Format: DVD
'Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones' is a supernatural horror film that released in 2014. It is the fifth installment in the Paranormal Activity film series. The film was met with a mixed response, however succeeded at the box-office and became a hit.

The plot revolves around two friends, Jesse Arista (Andrew Jacobs) and Hector Estrella (Jorge Diaz). They discover, after the death of a neighbor that Jesse has been marked by demonic witches for possession.

I have seen the previous four installments in the series and enjoyed all of them, a guilty pleasure they are. On this occasion, different tactics are employed, with success I must add. More emphasis is placed on the build up of suspense and tension as opposed to the normal false scares. There is a different fresh setting with a dash of humor that works. Last but not least, the performances of the lead actors come across as real adding an edge to the horror.

The sustained suspense and tension works wonders as the frights, which there aren't many compared to previous outings, become more effective. I found this feature to be more creepy than scary and still enjoyable. The film ends with a good twist.

The acting by the lead actors is the best I've seen in all outings. The characters seem real making the horror solid and spooky.

The direction by Christopher B. Landon makes the movie a cinematic offering than the normal strict found footage format. There is considerably less annoying amateur style camera work that always gives me a headache. His different approach has for me re-energized the franchise.

'Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones' is a horror event in the series that leaves a serious mark!
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I guess it's kind of obvious but if you like the Paranormal Activity sequels so far (I do) then it's likely you'll enjoy this.

It takes a new set of characters, a younger Latin American crowd, and does something slightly different with the Paranormal Activity folklore, which ties into the previous films nicely. The style is a little different also, instead of the familiar static camera shots this is mainly a guys carrying a camera and filming EVERYTHING they do sort of style. It worked for me, bringing a bit of freshness to the storyline.

There's the usual creepiness and enough jumpy moments to satisfy. Decent stuff and worth 80 minutes of your time.
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I ended my review of 4 hoping this one will restore the fear factor and inject some interest level. Sadly it doesn't. The fear factor is totally absent now and the interest level if anything as dropped off even more than it had already. Most of the time I was wondering what as this got to do with the other four, apart from the hand held camera that by now, with it's constant shaking, looking the wrong way and being at awkward angles, is now getting very tedious. The whole style of the story as changed. What before started as a 'middle class American Gothic ghost story', is now a 'down in the street urban teen shocker' and it's notable feature is how unlike it's predecessors it is. That is until the very end when out of the blue it connects with the first one. But though it partially answers some of the questions about the first one in doing so it creates even more. If these new questions are a ploy to make a sixth they need to work harder at getting the atmosphere back and restoring the fear element. As a stand alone movie it as little to commend it. It passes the time, the story line is mildly interesting if there's nothing else to watch, but by enlarge it's just another teen shocker among all the other mediocre teen shockers out there.
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I enjoyed watching it but that said the sequels as time goes on aren't fitting together as well as the first three did and there are a lot of unanswered questions like how did Katy and Kristie survive after PA3 and how was the death or their mother and stepdad never mentioned in any of the films especially as it was at the hands of their grandmother, in PA4 we still don't yet know how Hunter ended up being adopted as Katie had run away with him in PA2 and in this 5th installment it gets a bit weird at the end also although at least it solves to mystery of what happened to Micah in PA1.

Aside from the plot being a little all over the place, it was still very watchable apart from a bug bear I have with all these PA films - the voice of the person holding the camera is always loud and clear but despite much turning up of my TV's volume it is hard work to hear the other voices in the room. My other bug bear and a lot of horror films do this now is edit the most gripping scenes to be almost pitch black and unwatchable! That really irritates me as that is what viewers are waiting to see and a black screen just isn't scary!
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Format: Blu-ray
The new entry into the Paranormal activity series is an unfortunately lacklustre affair. Short on scares and never really building up any tension this story falls short of the main series' usual high standards.

The usual found footage type of filming is present and correct however The Marked ones ditches the rotating security camera effect and goes for the traditional hand held camera style. Instantly this makes the film more of a bore than a stand out. Paranormal Activity succeeded in building up tension by making the viewer wait a period of time for the camera lense to rotate into view of whatever may be lurking in the dark. Here you pretty much know what's coming.

It has its moments but they dont amount to much more than generic jump scares. Proof that it isn't always a good idea to use a spin off to milk more out of a worn premise.
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