Paranormal Activity veteran Katie Featherston, 30, who has starred in all four of the installments of the hit horror franchise that kicked off in 2007, has had her share of scrapes and bruises from playing the fictionalized (and frequently terrified) version of herself, Katie, but she's still ready for more.
Whie Heidi Klum, 39 who annually wows with her New York Halloween party extravaganza, has called off the festivities this year due to people stuck in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, there are still tons of celebs who have not had their Halloween festivities interrupted, including Kim Kardashian, Jessica Alba, Stacy Keibler and Katie Featherston.
Ever since The Blair Witch Project unleashed itself on an unsuspecting populous still trying to get to grips with this new fangled gadget called the Internet back in 1999 – cleverly enticing audiences not sure what they were going to see into theaters with a seminally savvy is-it-real-or-isn’t-it viral marketing campaign – indie filmmakers and studio execs alike have been skulking with a camcorder around all manner of low-fi locations and cackling all the way to the bank.
The latest installment in the found footage horror franchise, Paranormal Activity 3, hits theaters Friday, bringing along with it the kind of heightened suspense and goose bump-inducing thrills that the virally marketed Paranormal Activity (2009) and Paranormal Activity 2 (2010) have made into a Halloween season staple.
An invisible man sleeping in your bed, who you gonna call? Well, in Paranormal Activity, a young couple forgoes ghostbusting in order to catch some footage of an unwanted spirit that has been interrupting their sleep.