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Movie Review: Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones

Paranormal Activity: the Marked Ones opened in cinemas last January 29, 2014 from United International Pictures through Solar Entertainment Corporation.

The story begins in June 2012 in Oxnard, California. Recent high school graduate Jesse (Andrew Jacobs) has a party which includes his family and friends to celebrate his graduation. After days of humorous stunts, Jesse finds a bite on his arm. Days later, he and his friend Hector (Jorge Diaz) are confronted by two thugs who attack them, but the thugs are somehow knocked out. When they show the incident to their other friend Marisol (Gabrielle Walsh), Jesse cannot remember how it happened. After a few days of strange activity, he finds that he has superhuman abilities before he tests and plays with them.

Anna, the strange old witch-like neighbor of Jesse, is killed, and the police suspect that Oscar (Carols Pratts), a former classmate of Jesse, is the prime suspect. Jesse and his friend decide to find out what Anna’s apartment looks like. They find black magic rituals, missing tapes of the third film, and a picture of Jesse. They are confronted by Oscar’s brother, Arturo (Richard Cabral), who tells them that Oscar did not kill her. The next day, Jesse and Hector meet Penelope, whom Jesse takes to Anna’s apartment to have sex. Penelope finds a trap door in her apartment leading to the basement and is grabbed by an unseen entity before she breaks free and runs away, while Oscar comes out of it and goes to the bedroom. Jesse arrives back and chases Oscar, revealing that arm has been bitten by Anna and he had killed her. Oscar then commits suicide by jumping from a building onto the top of a car.

Let me excite you by cutting the story there!

It is a must-see movie, shocking and terrifying. I bet everyone who watched the Paranormal Activity 1 would be shocked with the ending of Paranormal Activity: the Marked ones. Find out how the story ends, watch Paranormal Activity: the Marked Ones, now open in cinemas.

Characters include AndrewJacobs as Jesse, Richard Cabral as Arturo, Carlos Pratts as Oscar, Gabrielle Walsh as Marisol, Jorge Diaz as Hector, Catherine Toribio as Penelope, Noemi Gonzales as Evette, Gigi Feshold as Natalie, David Saucedo as Cesar Arista, Julia Works as Pablo, Molly Ephraim as Ali Rey, Katie Featherson as Adult Katie, Chloe Csengery as Young Katie, Jessica Tyler Brown as young Kristi and Micah Sloat as Micah.

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