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More of the same in ‘Paranormal Activity 3’

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Jason Wallis

Posted: Friday, October 28, 2011 7:51 am

Apologies for my absence last week, but I’ve been down with a pretty debilitating flu (the symptoms of which will probably continue for some time, as I tend to take terrible care of myself when I’m sick). But I’m trying not to let it ruin the festivities of Halloween week, and I managed to drag myself to a screening of the latest “Paranormal Activity” entry. Despite the glowing reviews and word of mouth it’s been receiving, I found it to be quite underwhelming.

My advice, given the lack of quality first-run horror this Halloween: Stay in and watch a classic. Personally, I’ve got John Carpenter’s original “Halloween” on standby, along with “Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer,” “Don’t Look Now,” “Sleepaway Camp” and the Peanuts and Garfield holiday specials — all time-tested classics that are guaranteed to get the job done. But whatever your plans are, please enjoy, and have a happy and safe Halloween.

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