Paranormal Activity 2The line forming for Paranormal Activity 2 at the major mega-multi-plex here (in a town that doesn’t usually see lines form around the corner at the plexes) was massive. There were tons of people all clamoring to get inside the dark theater and be scared all over again.

The franchise looks like it’s headed for even more films (we await the announcement of a 3rd, 4th, and 5th film any day now), but all that matters right now is whether or not you fell in love with it.

Did you like it as much as the first? More? Were you disappointed or did your expectations find themselves being dragged down the stairs and right out the front door?

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