Paranormal Activity The Ghost Dimension(in Hollywood Movies) Paranormal Activity The Ghost Dimension (2015) - Download Movie for mobile in best quality 3gp and mp4 format. Also stream Paranormal Activity The Ghost Dimension on your mobile, tablets and ipads
Plot: Using a special camera that can see spirits, a family must protect their daughter from an evil entity with a sinister plan. Runtime: 88 mins Release Date: 23 Oct 2015
Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension is a American horror movie with 3D effect which released on October 23, 2015. (by millobillo)
Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension is a very interesting movie that u don't want to miss.Its make the audiences confusing.In every paranormal activity movie there's always a connection between each part which make the audiences tempting to watch the next part.This movie is about the ghost spirit or the devil spirit that haunting a family who just move in there new home.This movie have a really good storyline with a skilled actor/actress.The 3D is really good for this movie ,plus they have a really good CGI in the movie which make it even more better.This movie is a really good <more>
movie. I would say it's a best movie in 2015 in my opinion because it have good storyline ,skilled actor/actress, good CGI and it entertain the audiences from the beginning to the End.
I am a fan of the series, and I thought this movie is cool. I'm not thrilled with the added CGI affects but the spirit photography was a clever spin the franchise needed to wrap up and be done with.I am not thrilled about the timeline, either. The movie series is already complicated enough without adding in yet another twist and turn in a sequence of events that is difficult to keep up with. Die hard fans will have to open their notebooks or set up another corkboard with yarn to figure out how character A got to point Z without the fabric of the Universe collapsing.Overall, though, it was <more>
a really good movie. I'm not sure why everyone else rated it so low. I'm going to assume that the low ratings are from people who hate the series, to which I would ask them, if you hate it then why are you watching it? People have been complaining about this series since the third movie, and still they are watching it. I guess it can't be that bad then, hmm?
The ending is inadequate.. is that right?? I inadequate? Am i using the right words?? Anyways for me the movie is successful.. even if many people say that this movie is a trash.. i don't care.. cause were not all have the same mind and judgment.. so people.. don't just believe to everyone.. try to watch it to prove it... Also i love all thee paranormal activity sequels and films.. also i will miss paranormal activity if this would be the final chapter.. wish there would be a second final chapter.. so i could understand well the story.. and also make the effects better and don't <more>
make noises very loud just to make people scare... make scary things right not sounds or music.. anyways love this movie...
The best Paranormal Activity film yet! (by vengeance20)
Was waiting for this one since the release of Paranormal Activity 4 in 2012. Worth the wait as it was actually quite good & entertaining!Not a massive fan of the Paranormal Activity franchise myself, though a horror film is a horror film & yet I still see them either leaving half satisfied to "it was OK". This film however, was not one of those things, it was great!The 3D use on the visual effects I'd have to say was by far the best bit of 3D use I'd ever seen! It actually WAS 3D!! Not this 'It's-3D- <more>
film-but-you-forget-it's-a-3D-film-throughout-the-course-of-the- film'. This was actual 3D & had epic 3D visuals making it seem very realistic with the jump scares & the ghostly apparitions coming right at you! Not to mention the ghostly whispery smokey effect which is seen throughout the film!The film itself, is about how the activity all began with an entity under the name 'Toby' who lives in the house you see throughout the franchise. Though it's the same stuff you've seen before in this Paranormal Activity franchise & other films, it's still great & works well with the 3D touch which I thought was amazing & made you really interact with the film!The effects were good in the film! Especially the ghost effects & jump scares! The story-line was pretty good too, though it's a shame this'll be the last film in a way but it's good they ended it on a high note. This film is probably the best out of the Paranormal Activity franchise putting the other installments except The Marked Ones to shame! I overall found this film to be epic & very good with awesome 3D effects & jump scares all round! I won't spoil the end as it's pretty ace!9/10
PA: The Ghost Dimension Goes Out With A Bang! See this in Real 3D, WILL NOT DISAPPOINT THE FANS! (by smithf2011)
I really don't understand how this movie is getting anything less than 3 star reviews. It did it's purpose as a tie up to the franchise and it did it well! Incorporated once again, more original elements to the movie, especially with being the first 3D in the franchise and also in this genre!!! If you guys are wondering, yes it was certainly shot with 3D lenses, and a good portion of the movie incorporated this vastly well! PA fans: all you're questions will be answered throughout different parts of the movie!!! I felt this was certainly one of the best PA's!!! It listened to <more>
the viewers, while also closing the series! What more can you ask for? But of course the picky viewers who'm most aren't really true horror or 1st person doc horror fans are still going to $^%$ on this movie. Whether you believe it or not, this franchise changed the genre with it's unique originality to every film & the "jigsaw" form. I mean could this have been done a little better? Of course, but there's a form to this genre that has to be stuck to! I just wish some of the original characters like Katie or the girl who survived in the 2nd one was in this too! But this movie incorporated such great framing, shooting techniques, well done animation, editing.Did I also mention a lot of it is unpredictable!? This movie pretty much listens to all the "picky-movie goers" with what they wanted from this series...and look...people are still not satisfied!! Not to mention for the longest running time of the franchise of 97 minutes the pacing was well desired from start to finish! If you don't see this in 3D then your experience may not be as great, since a lot of the scenes were really meant to bring you into the movie itself and it gives you this extreme feeling of uncomfortableness...Into the Ghost Dimension : 9/10! I left 1 star because I felt some of the original characters who are still alive, could've came back and maybe the movie could've been at least 15 minutes longer! Don't listen to the classical-picky reviewers who call themselves "doc horror-fans", and stop thinking about it & go see it! AND IN 3D!!! IT'S WORTH IT!
The best one out of the franchise! (by raheelshahid)
I am not a fan of these movies, they are boring and extremely repetitive. So when I heard there would be a new one that would be the "last", I was thinking in my head, oh god this is going to be horrible.I saw the movie and I wouldn't say it was mind blowing, but it was really an unexpected great film. It is also the scariest and has the best scenes out of the other films. I loved how they brought back Toby and made him more of a bad ass.IF you didn't like the other ones, you'd like this one much more. Trust me. It is an amazing finale to a mediocre franchise. Good <more>
job!Also, this movie is really scary compared to the other ones, so when you watch this movie in the theater, be prepared to be scared out of your mind!
The Fleeges move into a house and strange things start happening. Can they protect their daughter? That is the theme again, this time focused on the child's mind. Leila George, another in the line of creepy and incredibly well-acted, kids, in these grows increasingly distant, even non-responsive, to her worried parents. She's talking to something they can't see. With the naked eye, that is. In the basement they find a series of 20-year-old tapes that may help explain things, and that we instantly recognize. With it is a spirit photography camera, and, yet again, surveillance is <more>
set up to watch the vulnerable person sleeping. That is this particular entry's new, creative element, and is the most interesting in all of them. It can only cover so much, and when it's stationary, it might not show something vital, and they're forced to cut to a regular one, and we immediately worry about what we now can't make out. And while we can, no one else can see the other dimension and its activity, when they aren't looking through the viewfinder. And that's where the daring idea, and its 3D which you *have to* watch this in , comes into play. We now actually see a little of what is affecting things. *And*. It breaks the fourth wall and is right there for us to reach out and touch. In a mockumentary! And yes, it will come right at us. This is the final chapter. It required not just "took" six films if you go in blind, you will just barely be able to keep up! I hope someone tries it, it's gonna be one heck of a ride to get us here, and it all comes together. The signs are there from right away, they're taken seriously, outside help is called in and has significant expertise... if evil wins this time, it's going to have to bring all it's got.This could have broken too far from the formula. The supernatural being more aggressive and overt could have made this stray. I'm completely satisfied, as a fan of the series who's willing to call it out when it doesn't live up to expectations. 2 was a classic sequel, going bigger thinking it equals better, and only barely needed to exist. 4 went all teen, showed signs of franchise fatigue and was generally not up to par. And The Marked Ones, as fun and surprising as it is, it being a breath of fresh air for these doesn't cover up that it's essentially Chronicle with a Latino cast. The original could be better, and clearly was made with no pretensions of being the start of something this big. Heck, even 3 isn't perfect. And I could never have guessed that this would pay off on every hint, every set up aspect, every single twist and turn of these. Sequel-baiting so rarely leads to this level of closure. Every character has some personality, development and distinguishes themselves from the rest. One is a comic relief, there's a skeptic, and their actions can have us going "nooo, that's a huge mistake!". But they respond to what's going on, taking it seriously, and not capturing it "just to see", for documenting. They are active, not passive, and always go for solving, not "explaining away".There is a lot of strong language and some violent and disturbing content in this. I recommend this to anyone who'd go for a found footage fantasy horror with the special glasses. Watch it with a crowd and sleep with the lights on. 8/10
I don't know what's worse: trawling through reviews by self- appointed internet 'reviewers' using a free resource or sitting in the theatre with bored cinema-goers next to you who paid to see a basic 'scary' film and manage to shuffle, walk in and out or - amazingly - talk on their smartphones during the film. And there's a connection here.The people who made this film were patently under pressure by unseen forces another irony! ... to get in a lot of cheap shocks for the typical 'Saturday night' crowd who wouldn't really appreciate lots of quiet <more>
scenes of an empty house interior. So there's masses of what could have been a great, eerie film compromised by loud noises/jolts and CGI probably outsourced on the cheap judging by the credits .Meaning that there's a good film here partially buried which picks up on PA3 in no small way and which has some really chilling connotations. No giving which ones away. It's down to the real fans to decide and mull over.But then that would fall into the category of 'being respectful of the art' and that's certainly something that has NO interest for the cheap keyboard experts abounding. The same breed who I would argue have compromised the film.