Paranormal Movie


Action / Comedy / Horror

IMDb Rating 2.2 10 801


Uploaded By: OTTO
Downloaded 76,803 times
January 22, 2014 at 11:23 PM


Nicky Whelan as Cindy
Eric Roberts as Dr. Lipschitz
Kevin Sorbo as Security Guard
720p.BLU 1080p.BLU
701.91 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 28 min
P/S 1 / 3
1.24 GB
23.976 fps
1hr 28 min
P/S 0 / 1

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by kosmasp 5 / 10


I know this is wrong, but I kinda liked a few things in this movie. It might have to with the fact, that you sort of expect it to be completely bad and when it isn't you are positively surprised. As was the case here. Just the fact that you have a lot of cameos is sort of fun, if you play the name game (and also wonder why and how they ended up in this! I'm guessing Mr. Farley had something to do with that).

If you don't know who's in it (haven't read the cast list like me), it might be fun for you too. I'll only name Tom Sizemore (Heat, Relict) who has one of the weirdest roles in this one. I don't think every joke worked (I don't get the fascination with 10 fart jokes in a movie for example), but overall breaking the fourth wall (having crew members entering the shots) and going completely crazy on almost everything was the best way the movie could go ... so if you like crazy stretched to its limits, you might find some bright spots yourself

Reviewed by Metra Ton 4 / 10


Extremely plain, even Scary Movie 5 looks like a humor prodigy compared to this one. However, Paranormal Movie has one thing that simply justifies it and puts it above competitors. Breaking the fourth wall.

What is Scary Movie 5? A film from the most famous parody franchise that was supposed to be at least as fair as 4th. It - failed. What is Cloudy with a chance of meatballs? An animation blockbuster that was supposed to rip off the insane and the young all around the world. It... succeeded.

This - is a true parody. It's bad, because it's bad and for the sake of bad. It's not funny - because it wants you to notice it's not funny.

The film not only questions the value of original Paranormal Activity and how a few jump scares under crude suspense can shock the theater... It also questions the value of parody. It's not much of a parody or a movie, per say - it's more like a documentary. Like a youtube review.

Unlike other movies, like those listed above, that also do absolutely unthinkable things that are below criticism - this movie does it for good reason. Not to be cruel, not to sink a franchise, not to drowse a theater.

It's going straight to DVD, and that's how it should be.

Since parodies can't be rated among normal films of 5-10 bracket, I'd say that 4 in 1-5 bracket is almost as good as 8 would be in 5-10.

Reviewed by Steve Pulaski 1 / 10

So predictable it's appalling

It's almost disgusting how easy it is to parody Paranormal Activity. Take a low-quality video camera (it can be HD, don't worry), set it up in asinine stations in your house, shake it a bit, tint the video in a blue/black hue during the night, and add loud, abrupt noises very quickly.

Don't forget to throw in stale humor, redundant "scares," parodies that fall flat on their face, toilet humor, a pudgy lead character who's almost too stupid to function, and don't forget the writing-style that thinks it's the most clever thing out there right now and you have Kevin P. Farley's Paranormal Movie, yet another merciless film parodying an equally merciless franchise. 2013 has been the year of the parody film, with Paranormal Activity being the butt of each film's joke. First we had the completely forgettable, even by typical parody film standards, A Haunted House, followed by Scary Movie V before being met with an assortment of asinine direct-to-DVD parody endeavors such as 30 Nights of Paranormal Activity with the Devil Inside the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Paranormal Whacktivity (it's so much more mature than its subject already), and now Kevin P. Farley's second directorial effort.

The story follows Larry (Kevin P. Farley who, yes, is the brother of the late Chris Farley) and his wife Katie (Carly Craig), who are being haunted in their house by paranormal occurrences. But when I say "haunted," think things like clowns coming in and dry-humping Katie, a foul-mouthed red-devil who runs around the couples' home, and an array of other things just as nonsensical. Larry and his wife enlist in the help of a flamboyant, internationally-renowned doctor (Eric Roberts) and a reality TV paranormal investigator (John Farley, another man in the Farley family tree) to try and combat the paranormal forces inside their home and take control of their house once more.

One feature of the parody genre I never quite understood goes as followed: if the filmmakers want to seem hip, witty, and clever, shouldn't they make something instead of a parody film? If you want to be seen as smarter or more clever than something that is very popular, the logical thing to do would be make something smarter and more clever - not parody the thing that is more successful. That is the equivalent of playground finger-pointing and childishly impersonating another person.

So Farley goes on, with the same tiresome schtick of being clueless, annoyingly goofy, and ridiculously over the top, only making the paranormal scenes even more intolerable. Writer Lisa Baget lumbers her screenplay from one idiotic setup to the next, hoping to squeeze out something from the audience, be it laughs or patience. During the entire eighty-seven minute excursion (including the credit-cookie, which is, again, a parody of something that has been done to death so many times it isn't even remotely funny anymore), I smiled once. The scene comes late in the game, after Larry has hired an attractive paranormal investigator to the house along with an investigator from reality TV. Both Larry and the TV star pretend to be possessed in front of the attractive investigator, hoping to get lucky. Even if the scene doesn't spark laughter, the fact that it has the ability to make one smile means it really is an abrupt change of pace for the film.

Other than that, Baget's screenplay is total formula, which is even worse in the case that this is a parody film. Parody films often include the element of unpredictability, so even if they are wretched, you really don't know what direction the film will take. In this case, however, I felt one step ahead of the lunacy in Paranormal Movie. Its riffs on the franchise felt expected, its smug attitude something to be endured, its listless agenda and inclusion of a barrage of toilet humor insufferable, and its actors all subjected to bottom-barrel material with no redeeming qualities aside from the refreshing feeling that the film doesn't care that it's awful.

Starring: Kevin P. Farley, Carly Craig, Eric Roberts, and John Farley. Directed by: Kevin P. Farley.

Read more IMDb reviews


Be the first to leave a comment