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Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones (Unrated) (Blu-ray + DVD + Digital HD)

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A group of party goers sets out with a camera to investigate after a woman dies in the apartment beneath them, and they discover items associated with black magic rituals. When Jesse discovers a mark on his arm, strange forces pursue him while his loved ones attempt to save him.

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  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Blu-ray, Color, Dolby, DTS Surround Sound, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen, Digital_copy
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French, Portuguese, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Portuguese, Spanish
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Paramount
  • DVD Release Date: April 8, 2014
  • Run Time: 84 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (620 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00HRCBGRA
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,640 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Format: Blu-ray
It's hard not to get cynical about the teenage-oriented reboot of these sorts of films, and the changes are perhaps a side effect of getting older -- I couldn't help but notice that "Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones" is pandering to a younger, urban audience. Where the first few entries in the "Paranormal Activity" franchise played on the fears of a young couple and then on new parents, this fifth installment is all about the dangers of coming of age.

"Paranormal Activity" began with a mysterious demon haunting a woman for no reason; "Paranormal Activity 2" extended that to a demonic cult dedicated to binding a demon to a first born child; the third installment was a flashback, but the fourth extended the conspiracy to a witch cult. As you can see from the progression of the franchise, "Paranormal Activity" keeps upping the ante, and by "The Marked Ones" we now have evidence of a global conspiracy to raise an army of demonically-possessed children.

But I'm getting ahead of myself. Suffice it to say that Jesse (Andrew Jacobs) hangs out with his buddy Hector (Jorge Diaz) after graduating, and in between smoking pot, hanging out with the hot "only a friend" Marisol (Gabrielle Walsh) and filming really stupid stunts, they stumble upon a witch conspiracy that involves a murder and their valedictorian classmate, Oscar (Carlos Pratts). Whereas the earlier films used innovative, creepy techniques that played to the found-footage genre, "The Marked Ones" is content just to use a single camera.
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This movie helps to break up the tedious monotony of the "main" films.

In short: this story follows an 18 year old boy that discovers he is part of a larger demonic plot and succumbs to the evil that is his destiny.

I enjoyed the first 3 PAs. But by the end of the 3rd film i was starting to feel the fatigue of the series. Ooh, a door movies. Oooh, there was a gust of wind. And there will be a loud bang.........NOW. It is almost like a familiar song, you know when and what is going to happen. Again, i must repeat, i still like the first 3 films. The 4th film.... i was bored. Sorry, but i was. I felt that none of the acting was sincere and i wanted to shake the blonde chick and say "please... please TRY TO ACT!"

but i digress...

unlike the "ooh, stuff moves" scares of the previous films, this film is much more of a ... typical demon themed horror movie with a little bit of mystery, covens, and witch stuff. Overall, it was able to breathe some new life (by using typical horror movie tropes) into a series that had become stale. What is interesting here is that this movie, given the expectations of the franchise, made old tropes seem new again. Pretty cool, huh?

The chronological order of the movie is rather... confusing but I still enjoyed the movie and would recommend people watch it.
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The Marked Ones is the fifth films in the paranormal series. Since the original became a sleeper hit this series keeps on generating new films regularly. These films with the found footage changed the horror landscape and spawned many many sequels.The next film is scheduled for release on the March 15th. In the Latino mix- the Paranormal Activity finds itself in Oxnard, CA, where Jesse ( Andrew Jacobs) and his friend Hector ( Jorge Diaz) get in to all kinds of mischief with a camcorder.
Christopher Landon does a good job tying Latino culture and their attitude towards occult and superstition in this film. Landon had also written the last three paranormal films so he does know how to to connect this film with the other paranormal films.
While the earlier films were focused on creepy things going on inside the house, the action in this film is more outdoors.

The Marked ones I will say is strictly for fans of the series, I am a big fan - so I enjoyed it. However the scares have lost all their power and the proceedings just don't give you the creeps.
Strictly recommended for hardcore fans only. 3rd January, 2014.
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Don't let the negative Nancys scaring up highly critical, dismissive and sometimes mean-spirited reviews fool you: PARANORMAL ACTIVITY: THE MARKED ONES is an involving thrill ride that does not disappoint. Oftentimes filmmakers who take a creative risk with a successful series (in this case relocating audiences out of those haunted houses in previous PA films) result in criticism from viewers unwilling to be co-pilots with fresh characters on their spine-tingling adventures. This is a risk that delivers on all counts and provides plenty of scares in the process. One of this film's many delights is its sparkling cast. The chemistry between gifted newcomer Andrew Jacobs and charming veteran Jorge Diaz is one of the keys to this creepy film's success (which, as of this review, has already raked in over $80 million worldwide - pretty damn good for a $5 million budget). They are endearing and utterly believable as their lives are turned upside-down by their unwanted visitors' uninvited invasiveness. One of the bright lead's decent into supernatural madness is particularly heart-wrenching, making his journey all the more believable. And how refreshing for this gringo movie-goer to see an all-Latin cast bringing this winning entry in the franchise to life (Hollywood: take note!). The special effects, as always, are on a head-scratching "how'd they do that???" level. The supporting cast also gets high marks... as do the film's talented designers - turning real locations into unsettling streets and spook houses. The series' trademark point-of-view through the camera is equally effective here and conjures up multiple frights throughout. PARANORMAL ACTIVITY: THE MARKED ONES does not disappoint and scares up five solid stars from this horror and thriller snob.
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