Paranormal Activity 3
//Features

The PopMatters Fall Movie Preview - October 2011 | 9 Sep 2011 // 9:00 AM

With Award Season in sight, October offers up the last of the should-have-been-summer blockbusters (Real Steel, Anonymous), a few indie darlings (Like Crazy, Martha, Marcy, May, Marlene), and the usual dose of All Hallow's Eve tie-ins (Red State, Paranormal Activity 3).

//Reviews

Thanks to 'Paranormal Activity 3': I Can’t Even Look at an Oscillating Fan, Anymore | 29 Jan 2012 // 4:00 PM

For a franchise that prides itself on slowly building to a fright-filled finalé, Paranormal Activity 3 comes up short -- but it does leave lasting impressions.

Paranormal Activity 3's Demon Is Picking on Little Girls | 21 Oct 2011 // 12:15 AM

You don't go to horror movies for story. You go for sensation, to be moved. Paranormal Activity 3 not only gets that, it also asks you to get it, to be aware of how you're being moved, and your part in the moving.

//Blogs

Cool?... Or Calculated? The Ad Campaign for 'Paranormal Activity 3' | 24 Oct 2011 // 6:19 AM

If the promise is merely to frighten, Paranormal Activity 3 delivers. How it chooses to do so may not be an issue, unless you believe in that clichéd concept of truth in advertising.

//Mixed media
//Blogs

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// Notes from the Road

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