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Supernatural Activity (2012)

Andrew Pozza , Liddy Bisanz , Derek Lee Nixon  |  Unrated |  DVD
2.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)

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  • Actors: Andrew Pozza, Liddy Bisanz, Joey Oglesby, Donny Boaz, Devin Bonnée
  • Directors: Derek Lee Nixon
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Dolby, NTSC, THX
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Well Go USA
  • DVD Release Date: November 6, 2012
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #356,242 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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a humorous riff on 'found footage' films

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In the realms of reality TV, ghost hunting is big business. And the Supernatural Activity team is at the top of their game, debunking myths, ghouls, and spooky places, for freaked-out viewers everywhere. The world's most beloved illusionist, accompanied by a crack team of paranormal investigators, embark on what might be their most terrifying assignment yet which works out great, since it s the last episode of the season.  Besides, everyone knows there s not really such a thing as ghosts. What could go wrong? Terrorized at every turn, this witch-hunting, ghost-busting, creature-questing supernatural spoof-tacular is the funniest footage ever found! Turn the lights out.  Watch with a friend you trust. Keep your eyes on the screen. Order me a sandwich. I m sorry what was I talking about?

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Too long, really boring parts, but a few big laughs January 21, 2013
By Sherri
This was a strange movie, BUT I liked it. The cons for ME: It dragged on too long, a few scenes (like the barn exorcism and bedroom scene) should have been cut entirely, and parts of the plot were just confusing or stupid. The pros for ME: I have watched many big budget/popular comedies and barely chuckled. While I didn't laugh a lot at this movie, when I did, I laughed HARD. The few big laughs that I got were totally worth me watching this movie. Andrew Pozza is a riot!!!
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2.0 out of 5 stars Two Stars: ACTIVITY Tries Too Hard With Too Little Focus November 30, 2012
The business of reviewing films can be grim. At times, those of us who do it are provided freebies of mainstream releases, but far more often we're given these smaller pictures - much less impressive and certainly produced on a limited budget - that audiences rarely (if ever) even consider ... that is unless they can find someone else who's given it a chance and found it worthwhile. What the challenge is to find something about that hunk of coal that could've turned it into a diamond so long as the proper time, effort, and consideration were provided. To its credit, SUPERNATURAL ACTIVITY is one such movie. To its detriment, it's a little too late for the constructive criticism to do much good.

(Note: the following review will contain minor spoilers necessary for the discussion of plot and characters. If you're the kind of reader who wants a review completely unspoiled, then skip down to the last two paragraphs. Otherwise, if you're looking for some modest detail, read on.)

The documentary crew for the TV reality program `Supernatural Activity' is looking for material to shoot for its season finale. When a small-town legend regarding sightings of the mythical Smallsquatch comes to the attention of Damon Dealer (Andrew Pozza), he assembles his faithful crew: Blair (Libby Bisanz), his girlfriend; Brock (Donny Boaz), his co-host and Matthew McConaughey wannabe; Doug (Devin Bonnee), his cameraman; and Pepper (Joey Oglesby), his `tech' and resident weapons expert. Together, they head for Hickville, where they uncover much more than they ever bargained for!

Other reviewers may feel differently, but there was a respectably wholesome charm mystically floating somewhere near the heart of ACTIVITY.
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I'm not sure why reviews are so negative; we watched it last night and laughed an awful lot. I can't help but think this is unfortunately underrated in a very saturated genre. As the majority of these movies are the same beaten jokes with very little direct spoofing of the movies they reference, this one went over the top without being un-entertainingly predictable. We enjoyed the absurdity and the attention to detail setting up each reference joke before exploiting it. I thought their research for the project showed in their writing and execution, and couldn't give it less than 3 stars just for the ridiculous one-liners alone.

I'd recommend it if you enjoy cult and horror films, good or bad, and would appreciate the possibly lesser known references. Plus, the actors kept me interested without becoming irritating as their caricatures; I felt in on the joke with good actors playing dumb rather than giving terrible actors a pass for the sake of 'it's a joke, get it?'. I found it reminiscent of classic Zucker timing, like "Airplane!" and "Kentucky Fried Movie", where no one took themselves seriously except when it made an awkward moment funnier. Highly enjoyed it!
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2.0 out of 5 stars Low budget "Scary Movie" June 25, 2013
As you can guess, this is a spoof movie. Its gotten a fair bit of flack from reviewers here, but to be honest, it was more entertaining to watch than quite a lot of those parody movies that flooded out after the success of "Scary Movie". This one is a very low budget, but does that mean it can't produce a laugh?

Unfortunately, they used the best gags in the trailer. Quite frankly, the Patrick Swayze jokes worked better in the trailer than it did in the movie. There is a couple of decent laughs here and there, but by the end of the movie, I wasn't even interested in ripping a copy.

The plot, if you wanna call it that, is about a guy who hosts his own spook investigating show. Along with him is his crew, who cares about introducing them. They take to a small town he does not want to go to, just because his girlfriend wants to find small-squatch or the gobbledock or something? I couldn't get the gist of if he was trying to prove it was fake or just wasn't interested, I didn't care to pay that much attention to care... but they end up experiencing things on a very low budget. It takes shots at Paranormal Activity, Rosmary's Baby & Blair Witch. Probably a few more movies, Like I said, I just didn't care to pay that much attention to it all.

It had a couple of laughs, so it makes it funnier than Epic Movie and that stupid Island one with Michael Jackson... but still, it's far from being as great as the real classic parody movies. VERY FAR. Put it this way, Scary Movie 5 was much funnier. And possibly even Haunted House or whatever that one the Wayans guy did. So, beware, this one might make you laugh if you watch it all, but if you turn it off in the first 10 mins, you won't be missing a must see laugh.
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