A little over a decade ago, I bought a dollar movie ticket and some candy and proceeded to watch one of the worst films I’ve ever seen, The Blair Witch Project. I was suckered by the hope that somehow, something this convoluted might have a gem of interest, or at the very least a cheap but effective scare moment at the end. There was supposed to be a witch of some kind in the film, if I recall: even if there had been, you never would’ve seen it.
Lesson learned. It turns out if you make a film with no script, no actual actors, and a camcorder with night vision, and your only real plan is to tie some sticks together and throw rocks at your subjects, unless your last name is Herzog it’s going to be a lousy, boring piece of shit.
I’m only bringing this up because Paranormal Activity 4 dropped today, and all I’ve read so far have been comments about cleavage shots. Guys (and perhaps ladies), and specifically you horror fans who delight in the worst of things (no offense, I’ve been there too): you can see more than cleavage on the internet. In full color. And the plots are usually more complex.