The actress shares her thoughts about this popular franchise, with the latest installment on Blu-ray and DVD this weekend.B. Alan Orange
The latest installment of this horror franchise is available now on Blu-ray and DVD.B. Alan Orange
Matt Shively and Kathryn Newton Talk Paranormal Activity 4 Ending and Paranormal Activity 5! [Exclusive]
Also hear a very detailed account of what the demon looks like in this popular franchise sequel.B. Alan Orange
Or will new releases Fun Size, Silent Hill Revelation 3D and Cloud Atlas win to take home the weekend crown?
Argo comes in second place again with $16.6 million, with Hotel Transylvania finishing third place with $13.5 million.
Kathryn Newton gets spooked by strange noises coming from her house in this scene from the upcoming horror sequel.
Kathryn Newton is seen involuntarily levitating in her sleep during this brief scene from Paramount's upcoming horror sequel.
Fans in Los Angeles, New York, Houston, Chicago, London, Paris, and 20 other cities will get a chance to see this thriller on October 16.
The horror sequel from directors Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman will debut in traditional and IMAX theaters October 19.
Audiences get spooked right out of their chairs watching the latest micro-budget sequel in Paramount's popular horror franchise.
Paranormal Activity 3 writer Christopher B. Landon is writing and directing this thriller that explores supernatural Catholic mythology.
Kathryn Newton stars in this terrifying horror follow-up from directors Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman.
All of the activity has led to this in Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman's horror sequel, which opens in theaters October 19th.
Doors keep mysteriously opening for Kathryn Newton in this scene from Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman's horror sequel.
Distorted faces are fun until someone looses an eye and conjures a demon in this latest teaser from Paramount's upcoming sequel.B. Alan Orange
Creepy happenings are afoot in this ominous teaser for Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman's horror sequel.
Paramount is giving fans the chance to get a free advance screening in 25 cities across the country.
Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman direct the latest installment of Paramount Pictures' found footage horror franchise.
Expect more bodies flying at hidden cameras in this new installment of Paramount Pictures' lucrative horror franchise.