“I love falling asleep to the Paranormal Activity movies. I find them so relaxing.”
“I managed to finally get over the guy I liked when, after giving me shit for calling the tunnel scene in Willy Wonka terrifying, he said how scary the Paranormal Activity movies are.”
“I find movies such as Paranormal Activity and the new Amityville Haunting not scary at all. They take too long with the buildup and then don’t deliver on the scares. But then again I tend to rely on visuals like disgusting monsters to scare me.”
“I will never like any of the paranormal activty movies, and i simply dont understand how people find them scary. Literally nothing happens except the 2 last minutes in every movie”
“I actually liked and appreciated the Paranormal Activity movies up the third when you learn that witchcraft is behind it all. The idea of the demon just randomly choosing Katie for no apparent reason was so much more frightening and intriguing to me.”
"I can’t stand any of the paranormal activity movies. They are not scary at all and just make me laugh"
"The only movie that scared me senseless was Paranormal Activity. It sounds stupid now but when I first saw it in the cinema, I was so terrified I cried. That night I had to get my sister to sleep in my bed with me because I was too afraid to be alone."
“With all the Paranormal Activity movies (except the Tokyo Night) I wondered when the real scary stuff was going to start. I was bored to death by those movies.”
“Paranormal Activity had ONE scary movie out of FOUR (Number 3). The others go from decent (4) to boring (2) to just terrible (1).”
“I’ve been watching horror movies all my life and got freaked out for about a week or 2. Paranormal Activity fucked up my life in an hour and a half and it has continued to since it’s theatre release in October 2009.”
"Paranormal Activity is the first trilogy i ever seen be consistently good."
“I wish there was a way for a video camera to record my nightmares and have the recordings be made into a movie. I think it would induce a lot more terror in people than the likes of Paranormal Activity or any horror movie remake.”