Curse of Bigfoot (1975): 1/10 So poorly shot, that the below image is probably the least overexposed in the entire film.
As for the narrative, it's so thin and desperate for padding, that it has approximately 6 framing devices of people telling stories within stories - Harrison
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“Paranormal Activity” 2007
After a young, middle class couple moves into what seems like a typical suburban "starter" tract house, they become increasingly disturbed by a presence that may or may not be demonic but is certainly most active in the middle of the night. Especially when they sleep. Or try to.
Theaters do justice to a lot of films in this modern world. Watching this in a movie theater is very different than watching this from your couch at home. I remember there being a huge amount of hype around “Paranormal Activity” just before the release. Overall I thought it was an ok horror flick at best. If you go into this movie expecting too much you will be just a tad bit disappointed. There’s a lot of shock scares that work well in this film. The actors did a decent job and the backstory is decent enough to follow and make these characters believable. Katie apparently has been haunted by this unknown entity since she was 8 years old. What also works for this type of film is the way it was shot. “Paranormal Activity” was shot almost entirely in the young couples home and bedroom more specifically. Kudos to the writers / director for keeping an audience entertained for that long especially for being shot with such a low budget. "Paranormal Activity" is one of those polarizing movies that, for the most part, will simply either work for the viewer or not. For a super natural horror which is really what it is as we never see the antagonist physically but we do know he has claws. All in all I think it’s worth the watch. I did see the sequel also but not the movies following the second installment. When you do watch this , make sure the volume is loud & the room is dark.... real dark.
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