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Paranormal Activity – Limited Edition Blu-ray Unboxing

Arguably one of the most influential horrors of modern times, Oren Peli’s Paranormal Activity effectively launched not only a franchise but a whole subgenre of found-footage chillers. While the format had certainly been around a lot longer – even earlier than The Blair Witch Project – it was Paranormal Activity that, thanks to its enormous success, really made other filmmakers take notice. It’s no surprise then that this pioneering tale of the paranormal has joined Second Sight Films’ prestigious series of luxury Limited Editions, confirming the film’s legacy as a legend of modern horror. 

We took a closer look at this stunning new release…

A young couple becomes convinced their suburban home is being haunted by a demonic presence. In the hope of finding some evidence they set up a video camera in their bedroom to film the room as they sleep. What they record is more terrifying than they could ever have imagined.  

Special Features 

  • Audio commentary by Oren Peli
  • Audio commentary by Mary Beth McAndrews and Terry Mesnard
  • Breaking Normal: a new interview with Oren Peli
  • The Marked One: a new interview with Katie Featherston
  • The Man with the Camera: a new interview with Micah Sloat
  • The Possessed: a new interview with Ashley Palmer
  • Alternative Ending
  • The Festival Cut Ending
  • Deleted scene
  • English subtitles for the hearing impaired

Limited Edition Contents

  • Rigid slipcase with new artwork by James Neal
  • Soft cover book with new essays by Sarah Appleton, Anton Bitel, Shellie McMurdo and Pete Turner
  • 6 collectors’ art cards

PARANORMAL ACTIVITY is available now on Limited Edition Blu-ray from Second Sight Films

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