A mysterious boy brings terror in Paranormal Activity 4

The events of Paranormal Activity 4 take place five years after the disappearance of Katie and Hunter. Moviegoers will get to see a suburban family witness strange events in their neighborhood when a woman and a mysterious child move in.

Alex (Kathryn Newton) films her younger brother Wyatt's soccer match. At Alex's house, she shows her boyfriend Ben (Matt Shively) the treehouse in the garden. Here they discover Robbie, the neighbor's child. Puzzled by his presence, she takes the young boy back to his own house across the road. In the early hours of the next morning, Alex hears an ambulance outside at Robbie's house. The next day Robbie turns up at the house after Alex's mom Holly (Alexondra Lee) offered to look after him for a few days because his mother was brought to a hospital.

Later on in the day, Alex finds Wyatt and Robbie in her treehouse talking to Robbie's invisible friend. In the evening, Wyatt is playing multi-player on the Xbox Kinect by himself with Robbie sitting on the sofa.

Ben asks who Wyatt is playing with and Robbie tells him it's his friend. When Alex arrives in the lounge, Ben turns the lights off in the lounge and shows Wyatt through the camera with infra-red tracking dots. As Alex, Ben and Wyatt dance in the dark and Robbie sits on the sofa, the camera picks up something moving on the sofa next to him.

Stranger things unfold in the following days leading to more horrifying experiences in Alex’s life. Watch how the paranormal activity ends.

The thriller movie stars Katie Featherston, Kathryn Newton, Matt Shively, Alexondra Lee, Sprague Grayden, Brady Allen, and Aiden Lovekamp.

Paranormal Activity 4, produced by Paramount Pictures, is directed by Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman. It is distributed by United International Pictures thru Solar Entertainment Corporation.

Paranormal Activity 4 is now being screened in Philippine cinemas. This horror movie is rated R-13 by the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board.

(CLICK HERE to read PEP's review about this horror film)






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