1 Hour, 31 Minutes
R Restricted. Under 17 Requires Accompanying Adult.
for some language and brief violent material.
DVD includes Closed Caption
Sprague Grayden ,,, Kristi
Brian Boland ,,, David
Molly Ephraim ,,, Ali
Vivis Cortez ,,, Martine
Katie Featherston ,,, Katie
Micah Sloat ,,, Micah
Katie (Katie Featherston) and Micah (Micah Sloat), the
couple who were haunted by a demon in the first Paranormal film, are relegated to
supporting roles in this sequel. This time Katie’s sister Kristi (Sprague Grayden), her
husband David (Brian Boland), their teenage daughter Ali (Molly Ephraim), and toddler son Hunter, and their German shepherd Abby are the ones who
start experiencing strange occurrences in their home during all hours of
Their housekeeper/nanny Martine (Vivis Cortez) swears there are bad
spirits in the house, but David ignores her intuition even when video
evidence shows some freakish things happening inside and around the
Paranormal Activity 2 is a rare second film in a horror
series that actually lives up to it’s hype. Slowly paced for the first half until director Tod Williams (“The Door in the Floor”) gets the supernatural events beginning to get out of hand, but when they do things begin to get scary, quickly.
There’s also more at stake in this sequel which makes it all the more
frightening. Eerily silent moments, long establishing shots seen through
night vision security cameras, and a clever tie-in to the first movie
make this thriller an unsettling experience for anyone who get frightened when
even the slightest things go bump in the night.