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'Paranormal Activity 3': Ariel Schulman and Henry Joost talk the idea behind the freaky fan-cam

Considering how well the first two Paranormal Activity movies performed at the box office on Halloween over the past two years, it’s safe to assume that a fair number of you caught Paranormal Activity 3 last night. Trés scary, right?

We’re already on the record as big fans of the whole film, but when it comes to standout individual scenes, we’re especially big fans of the fan! So we caught up with Ariel Schulman and Henry Joost, the directors of the hit horror sequel, to talk about the scene that has everyone screaming. (WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD!) READ FULL STORY

Box office report: 'Puss in Boots' walks all over 'In Time' and 'The Rum Diary' with $34 million debut

The box office had to contend with the World Series, a very early snowstorm in the Northeast, and Halloween festivities across the country this weekend, but audiences still managed to make it to the movies! That being said, grosses for new releases Puss in Boots, In Time, and The Rum Diary, weren’t all that strong. Check out how they performed below: READ FULL STORY

'Paranormal Activity 3': I scream, you scream, we all scream, and wow does it feel good

I said in my review of Paranormal Activity 3 that I don’t scare easily at horror films, and that’s why I end up panning most of them. For me, it’s an occupational hazard: I see so many of these damn things that I know all the tricks. It gets harder and harder to find a horror film that can bypass that armor of genre awareness. The more I think about it, though, the more I realize that I may have been speaking for a great many people who aren’t critics. Since I almost never see a horror film at a screening (most of them, these days, aren’t shown to reviewers in advance), I regularly breathe in the air of audience reaction, and I can tell you: Whether it’s a suburban Jekyll-and-Hyde clunker like Dream House or a torture-porn sequel like Saw 3D, my experience is that most audiences sit through these movies the same way I do, in a slumped-in-the-seat state of desultory, half-baked absorption. You may get jolted a few times, but the vast majority of today’s horror movies don’t get under your skin. READ FULL STORY

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