The Review (Spoiler Free)
I finally watched Paranormal Activity The Ghost Dimension. Paranormal Activity The Ghost Dimension is the sixth installment in the Paranormal Activity series. I’ve seen all six installment of Paranormal Activity series but except for the first Paranormal Activity, I just don’t remember all the characters and the story lines. This gets problematic when all the Paranormal Activity series has some kind of connection to each other.
This movie is bit different then others because now you see the ghost. But it doesn’t mean it is more scarier. I feel like it is more scary if we don’t see the ghost at all. The ghosts are all done with CGI and it wasn’t so impressive.
The Ghost Dimension also introduce the time travel-time portal concept in the movie, so it makes the movie bit more of sci-fi feel to it. Again it doesn’t makes the movie better. I feel like time travel and horror don’t go well in the story line.
As I mentioned it before, the movie has connection to previous paranormal series. At this point, I am really confused of all the story time lines in Paranormal series. I probably have to watch the whole series over again just to fully understand what is going on and see the surprise twist in the story.
If you feel the same way, there is really good Youtube video that explains previous Paranormal Activities series right before Ghost Dimension series. So you can catch up before you see the movie.
The Ghost Dimension, follows a new family. The father Ryan is played by Chris J. Murray, mother Emily played by Brit Shaw, and their young daughter Leila played by Ivy George. This new family moved into a house and discover a video camera and a box of tapes in the garage. This video camera is special camera where you can see ghost through the viewing lens.
In the Nutshell
If you are a big Paranormal Activity fan, this is something you can’t really skip over. But this isn’t the best Paranormal series. I give 3 out of 5 stars.
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Rotten Tomato Rating: 13% / 28%
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