The Paranormal Activity film series continues with this fourth entry from Paramount Pictures and returning directors of the previous outing, Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman. This time, the cell phones and computer cameras are focused on a teenage girl (Kathryn Newton) whose family allow a young boy in their neighborhood named Robbie (Brady Allen) to stay with them while his mom is sick. Soon after, eerie things start happening in the household, some of which focus on the girl's younger brother Wyatt. As the bumps in the night become more pronounced, the mysteries surrounding Robbie's family and the house across the street grow to the point where the only thing for the teen girl to do is investigate herself.~Jeremy Wheeler
There were a few truly good moments in the film. I feel like what should have been some of the more impactful scenes in the film kind of fell flat. It fulfilled my desire to see a Paranormal Activity film but the story wasn't there like in the others
Good movie, but it shows what we've already seen..
I actually did like this movie. It is not favorite, and not my least favorite of the 4. It is hit and miss in parts, but for the most part things are on the track and it gradually grows in suspense and thrills though it never fully brings the scares we hope for. Nothing really jumps out at you until the very end, but with that said.... it is not a terrible movie. Worth seeing because who knows, you may really enjoy it!
I purchased the "Paranormal Activity Collection" which had the first 3 movies, and purchased "The Marked Ones" on its own thinking that was all of them, but i knew i had missed one, this should have been a part of the collection since the collection was newly released.
It is still a great movie and part of the collection and partly brings together the other movies in the series, i wont spoil the movie for you but if you like the other Paranormal Activity Movies, this is a must own part of the collection.