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Fans demanded Paranormal Activity be set free and allowed to scare them senseless. And now, they’re getting their wish and the film is being unleashed in a full wide release. Some say that it was pre-ordained from the start and that Paramount would’ve taken it wide no matter what. That might be true, but either way it’s irrelevant. The movie has been killing it at midnight shows across this great nation, and now it’s primed and ready to demolish the box office and continue to be one of the year’s biggest surprises.

With that in mind, Paramount has released another full-length theatrical trailer. This time we get footage from the film, rather than footage of test screening audiences being scared. We are witness to a better view of the film’s story. Katie suspects that her home is haunted by a demon. Her boyfriend Micah is humoring her by setting up a series of video-taped investigations to find out if she’s really being tormented by the supernatural, or if she’s crazy. Shaky-cam pandemonium ensues.

Behold, the second full trailer. Paranormal Activity is in theaters nationwide now.


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