‘Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension’ Will Premiere at Screamfest

Paranormal Activity The Ghost Dimension Closes Out Screamfest

The final film of the Paranormal Activity horror franchise – Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension – will be the closing night film at the 2015 Screamfest Horror Film Festival taking place in Hollywood. In addition to screening in RealD 3D at the largest horror festival in the U.S., cities that first embraced the Paranormal Activity franchise were chosen to host the first screenings of the final film of the series outside of the festival. The 12 original cities that hosted Demand It screenings for Paranormal Activity back in 2009 will get special advance screenings of Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension on October 22, 2015. The cities with the advance screenings are Ann Arbor, MI; Baton Rouge, LA; Boulder, CO; Columbus, OH; Durham, NC; Lincoln, NE; Madison, WI; Orlando, FL; Santa Cruz, CA; Seattle, WA; State College, PA; and Tucson, AZ.

“We are thrilled to have the Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension premiere close this year’s festival,” stated Rachel Belofsky, Screamfest Founder and Festival Director. “We are so proud of Oren Peli and his success with the franchise. It’s great to have him back in the festival where it all began.”

Screamfest runs October 13th through October 22nd.

“It’s incredibly exciting, and somewhat surreal, to premiere the final installment of the Paranormal Activity series at Screamfest where the first film premiered eight years ago,” said producer Oren Peli, who directed, produced and wrote the original Paranormal Activity. “These films continued to be made because of the incredible fans that supported them from the very beginning, so I look forward to bringing the series back to its roots to honor them.”

Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension was directed by Gregory Plotkin and stars Chris J. Murray, Brit Shaw, Olivia Taylor Dudley, Dan Gill, Ivy George, Jessica Brown, Chloe Csengery, Don McManus, Hallie Foote and Cara Pifko.

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