Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones

2014

Action / Fantasy / Horror / Thriller

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Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 37%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 35%
IMDb Rating 5 10 35948

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Molly Ephraim as Ali Ray
Carlos Pratts as Oscar Lopez
Brian Steele as Creature Movement
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Reviewed by BA_Harrison 2 / 10

Nothing new to see here.

A Latino spin-off from the inexplicably popular Paranormal Activiity found-footage series, The Marked Ones follows a group of friends, Jesse (Andrew Jacobs), Hector (Jorge Diaz) and Marisol (Gabrielle Walsh), who discover that strange occult rituals have been taking place in their apartment complex. Soon after, Jesse starts to act very strangely, and it gradually becomes apparent that he has been marked by a coven of witches who need him for one of their black magic shin-digs.

Boring, predictable, unimaginative garbage with zero atmosphere and countless ineffective jump scares, the fifth Paranormal Activity film fails to bring anything new to the table, reeling off all the clichés that have become synonymous with the found-footage sub-genre. For about two seconds—when the witches ran screeching from the darkness only to be be blown away by shotgun—the film actually held my interest, but for the rest of the time I was clock watching, longing for the closing credits.

After what seemed like an eternity of characters wandering round in the dark, the end credits did indeed come, but only after the final surviving character went through a time-portal to come face to face with Micah and Katie from the first film. Why? How? What? I'm confused, but I really can't be bothered to invest the time trying to figure it out.

Reviewed by jaxenross 6 / 10

Never expected it, but kinda did.

I remember seeing this in the theaters years back and it scared the holy s**t out of me.

Several of those scary scenes had me either cowering in my seat with my ears and eyes covered or ones that virtually made me fall out of my seat. The advertising embodied "an ending you'll never see coming" and I never expected that ending!

I'm personally a die-hard fan of this franchise and I certainly think that this is the one that takes the cake. Watch these at your own risk!

Reviewed by longjohnslass 4 / 10

Disappointing, :/

I'm a very easy person to scare with this sort of thing, and I like to give movies as much credit as possible, even when they're not great.

It's not horrible, but I was disappointed. It takes next to nothing to make me jump, but this didn't make me jump even once I'm sad to say.

The acting was alright, and the different setting was a nice change of pace. But I feel like this should have been its own thing and not a sequel. There was little to no suspense build-up in my opinion (not to say they didn't try, but I don't think they pulled it off) so there wasn't much feeling of threat. *shrug* I don't know, I don't pretend to be any kind of expert critic of anything, but I'd say this was good for background at best :(

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