Building the anticipation to the October release of "Paranormal Activity 4", Paramount Pictures drops a new spooky clip for the horror movie. The snippet reveals more looks at some supernatural beings that haunt a house and appear randomly while everyone's sleeping. The clip ends as the blond girl, who appeared in the previously-released teaser, spontaneously screams as she's seemingly surprised by something that looms from the darkness.
Continuing its tradition from the first three "Paranormal Activity" movies, the studio won't reveal the official synopsis until the film gets released in the U.S. theaters on October 19. Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman are reprising their roles to direct the fourth installment of the found-footage horror movie franchise.
Back in December 2011, producer Oren Peli played it coy when asked about details of the fourth "Paranormal Activity" film. He told The Hollywood Reporter, "We are never going to make a sequel...just for the sake of making a sequel. It's safe to say there are discussions."
The last installment of the horror series was released on October 21, 2011. Scoring the best opening of all time for a horror movie, it took in $54 million on its debut weekend. It also grossed a massive $202 million worldwide despite the fact that it only cost around $5 million to produce.