Next year, Paramount Home Entertainment will bring Paranormal Activity 3 to Blu-ray. Directed by Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman (Catfish), this third installment in the popular horror franchise examines "found footage" from 1988 that reveals the beginning of the supernatural disturbances impacting sisters Katie (Katie Featherston, Paranormal Activity) and Kristi (Sprague Grayden, Paranormal Activity 2).
Paramount's Blu-ray/DVD/UltraViolet Digital Copy combo pack presents two versions of the film - the 83-minute-long theatrical version and an all-new 93-minute-long unrated cut - in their original aspect ratio of 1.85:1 with 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio soundtracks. The set also contains the following special feature:
Lost Tapes feature with footage not included in the theatrical and unrated cuts
Paranormal Activity 3 streets on January 24th, 2012.
I'm glad the Unrated cut is so much longer. I hate when it's only one or two extra minutes. I saw this twice in theaters so I don't feel the need to buy it right away but I might rent it just for the extra footage.
I missed this one in the theatre, but I've seen, own and love the first two. In fact, I even had my name printed within the end credits of the first film! Definitely looking forward to this one, especially since it's directed by the guys who made the stellar Catfish.
I like this one and the first, but hated the second. Although I might wait a while because I really don't need a DVD copy plus who sits and watches PAranormal Activity on a mobile device? Just give me a single disc!
In my opinion, this was easily the worst of the series. The first was okay, the second was surprisingly fun, and the third was a boring joke. I seriously could not believe how meandering and disappointing this was.
On a side note, though there's the novelty of watching a PA movie at home, these should definitely be seen in a rowdy, late-night showing with a packed house.
Am I the only one who liked the first and thought the second one sucked?
What was with the ghost getting the filter thing out of the pool every night?
Yeah, I'm sure somebody must find that REALLY scary.
I don't think anyone has mentioned but hopefully caught the fact that the trailers had far too many scenes that didn't make the theatrical cut? Seriously, what was that all about? I still enjoyed it but I am anxiously awaiting this extended cut with hopes that those scenes make the new cut with other surprises!
I don't give a shit what other people say this film had lots of jump scares and very scary scenes so i suggest you haters to see this on bluray with the volume up and if you jump and cry like little bitches then you know why for HATING!!!