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Paranormal Activity 2 - Triple Play (Blu-ray + DVD + Digital Copy) [2010] [Region Free]

3.8 out of 5 stars 159 customer reviews

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  • Actors: Katie Featherston, Micah Sloat, Mark Fredrichs, Amber Armstrong, Ashley Palmer
  • Directors: Tod Williams
  • Producers: Jason Blum, Oren Peli
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: All Regions (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Paramount Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 14 May 2013
  • Run Time: 98 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (159 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004EMS0XO
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 66,037 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

Product Description

After experiencing what they think are a series of "break-ins", a family sets up security cameras around their home, only to realize that the events unfolding before them are more sinister than they seem.

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Format: DVD
Now, I've read the reviews here on Amazon and other film websites such as Rotten Tomatoes and IMDB. I fully understand the criticisms that have been said; it's not scary, nothing happens, it's too repetitive, it's boring etc etc etc. But I have to voice my own opinion on this one.

Having already watched the first Paranormal Activity and thinking that it was unique and creepy in its own way, I anticipated the sequel and was curious to how it would work out. You can tell that the film looks more professional than the first (I think the cameras used have been better) and on the whole it looks more polished, but you still feel the sense of it being recorded from an amateur style/point of view so it doesn't look totally Hollywoodified (if that's even a word). The film acts as a backstory to the main events that happened in the first film, but if you haven't seen that one the film does a pretty good job of explaining what is happening, and you don't really need to know much in hindsight anyway to understand it.

With a new film comes new cameras and surroundings. Since the film is taken place in a different house, the cameras record the outside pool, the hallways, the stairs, the living room and kitchen. In many cases you can see other parts of the house when one of the characters hold their cameras. What makes the film still creepy as the first is the eerie blue footage recorded by the cameras, combined with the film's skillful ability to create an abundance of tension. I like to watch horror films, and I've seen many before. You can't say that the film doesn't cause tension. I felt unnerved throughout the whole film, because like in the previous one, anything could happen. It uses dead silence and stillness so, so effectively, it feels like your holding your breath.
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Format: Blu-ray
These films are definitely best viewed at the cinema, the reaction of the audience throughout make this movie a real event, a shared experience of terror and relief. As it turns form day to night the theatre turned silent and the mood became tense, some women screamed deafeningly; and some men stifled yells of terror too. When it became day it wasn't annoying that the whole cinema broke out into simultaneous commentary on the nights 'events' it was a shared relief and the whole cinema felt it.
I watched the 1st movie at home with a flatmate, it was good but definitely 100% go see the next one at the cinema, best cinematic experience I have had.
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Format: DVD
After watching the first film (which I felt was quite good though wasn't entirely sure it worked as well as it might)in this second instalment (which is linked to a few weeks prior to the first movie) we have the Rey family home apparently burgled, but few items are taken it's more a case of damaging the house than a robbery. This prompts the family to install a series of security cameras, which conveniently provide us with the "fly on the wall/documentary style footage that makes up the film's scenes.

Regarding the storyline, over time there is a feeling the house is "possessed" and that there are "demons" present. This is further exploited when the family dog senses a "presence". During the film more strange events happen including a scene where Kristi (the wife of Dan) is dragged into the basement trying to protect the baby from a demon. When she comes out later on it's clear she has been taken over by some kind of other force. This eventually leads to the events where Dan the husband has to try to get the demon's out of his wife and protect his family, and as expected with fairly dire consequences.
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Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Not so much a sequel as an over lapping prequel. As it set prior to the first one, leads up to the first, then jumps to directly after the first ones climax. It fills in a lot of the back story from the first and you could watch them out of sequence or even re edit by watch this one to the point where the first starts, then watch the entire first, then watch the last few scenes of this one. It's as well made as the first and maintains the atmosphere of the first. It has a slightly larger cast of characters and is not so claustrophobic, is a good fit, story wises, but lacks the foreboding of the first. It has it's moments and if you liked the first it is worth seeing and if you really liked the first then you'll want to see this for the missing pieces of the story.
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Format: DVD
Okay, this film's had a fair bit of stick, both from critics and general viewers, but I'd say that the thing that determines whether or not you'll like this movie is what you look for in a horror film. If you want a horror film that's an all out tour de force of mind-boggling terror that will have you sitting there dumbfounded in your seat when it's finished, this film probably won't satisfy you anywhere near as much as the first. However, if you, like me, are quite an open-minded viewer who settles for a range of different, unexpected scares, then this film will have you very well hooked throughout its entirety. This said, I do have a small gripe about this film: the strength of the horror. It's not as strong as it was in the first film, and when I whacked this film on, I wanted a film that would at least meet the thrilling standards of the first - if not exceed them - but it doesn't. Okay, I still firmly agree with the BBFC for rating this film as a top-end 15, but although the horror is initially hard-hitting, it doesn't leave as much of a potent lasting impact on you as did the horror exibited by the first instalment. The horror feels comparatively quite muted, washed-out and redundent, as it were. So why on Earth have I given this film a five-star rating? Well, although this film fails in terms of what it could have done in parallel with the first, I think that where this film succeeds is in the things it does differently to the first. First of all, the storyline is much better; this film actually feels considerably longer than it really is. Secondly, there are more characters than there were in the first, meaning that this film has more structural dimension.Read more ›
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