Ghostframe Killah

January 2013
Film Comment;Jan/Feb2013, Vol. 49 Issue 1, p45
The article discusses the cinematography of the horror movie series "Paranormal Activity," noting the increasing popularity of the found-footage horror genre. It comments on the history of the series' popularity with film audiences, as well as addresses the films' connection with low-quality film and small production budgets.


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