Japanese sequel to PARANORMAL ACTIVITY is on its way
Oh, how the tides have finally turned! After years of American studios remaking Japanese horror films, usually to mediocre praise, Japan is going to have their turn. A Japanese studio is planning on making a direct sequel to PARANORMAL ACTIVITY that will take place in Japan.
Hit the break to see all the details!
The sequel is titled PARANORMAL ACTIVITY: TOKYO NIGHT, and here's the project's full description:
"The project is a direct continuation of the events of Oren Peli and Jason Blum’s 2007 original and takes place in Japan as a girl who visited San Diego as an exchange student unwittingly brings the evil that haunted Katie Featherston into her family’s house. The film chronicles the young woman’s videotape recordings in their house and the shocking realisation of the supernatural force that her family must defeat."
The plot is shockingly similar to that of the original, but at the same time some of the best horror films of the past decade have come out of Japan. Whether or not they capitalize on their past successes or not is yet to be determined. All we know is that chances are pretty good that this film will be a lot better than the sequel we're getting.
Source ScreenDaily, via Joblo
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