Unknown Dimension: The Story of Paranormal Activity


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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by BigManFran6392010 / 10

A lovable, insightful documentary on one of my favourite franchises

After watching the disappointment that was PA: Next Of Kin, I felt like I needed to watch this. I'm glad I did because this was an awesome doc!

Every single person that was interviewed came across as extremely likeable to me. A stand out that I'm actually surprised to be saying is Kathryn Newton. I did not like her in the fourth Paranormal Activity but she seems like such a sweet person in real life and I feel like we would get along.

I also liked seeing a bunch of deleted and alternate scenes, especially for Marked Ones which is my favorite.

I guess that if I had to say one negative thing about this documentary is that it spends the majority of its runtime on the first two and there wasn't a lot of time covering the other movies but I was still interested and intrigued by it.

So fans of this franchise, if you were disappointed in Next Of Kin, this documentary 100 percent makes up for it! High recommend.

Reviewed by marcus-5763810 / 10

Amazing insight of the Paranormal Activity series

This documentary is so good! You get to see behind-the-scenes footage, and also unused footage from some of the movies! I highly recommend this documentary if you are a fan of Paranormal Activity! You will love it!

Reviewed by jaxenross5 / 10

Palatable, but disappointing

While Unknown Dimension offers plenty of insight into the making of the Paranormal Activity films (seeing as I'm a huge fan of the series) and some rare behind-the-scenes pictures and videos, it doesn't really deliver much in terms of deleted scenes / unseen footage aside from what comes up in Parts 4 & 5. It opened up a lot of doors and then all of them slammed shut. Not to say that the film is bad, I just expected more footage, specifically scenes that were cut out and used in the trailers, but I think it's as good as it gets. I've haven't seen the latest PA film, but I'm sure that one didn't fare any better than this documentary. That being said, it's worth a watch, but don't expect too much out of it.

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