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  • Paranormal Activity 2 (R)

    The low-budget horror hit Paranormal Activity achieved something of an aesthetic feat by dramatically dialing down the level of action and volume commonly employed in a commercial horror movie to make people jump; its mock-surveillance-camera narrative about a California couple being stalked around their home by an unseen demon was so incredibly dull most of the time that when a door flew open by itself, it had the power to shock. more...
  • Paranormal Activity 2: The IMAX Experience (R)

    The low-budget horror hit Paranormal Activity achieved something of an aesthetic feat by dramatically dialing down the level of action and volume commonly employed in a commercial horror movie to make people jump; its mock-surveillance-camera narrative about a California couple being stalked around their home by an unseen demon was so incredibly dull most of the time that when a door flew open by itself, it had the power to shock. more...
  • Parviz
  • Parviz

    Fat, lazy, resentful, and amoral, Parviz is a 50-year-old dropout who still lives in his widowed father's apartment; this 2012 black comedy from Iran kicks into gear when the father decides to remarry and orders Parviz to move out. more...
  • Pee Mak

    In this Thai horror comedy, a man returns home from war and introduces his fellow soldiers to his wife and newborn son, who may not be what they seem. more...
  • Peeping Tom (NR)

    Michael Powell's suppressed masterpiece, made in 1960 but sparsely shown in the U.S. with its ferocity and compassion intact. more...
  • Phantasm (R)

    A spotty little horror movie (1979), effective here and there through some appealing eccentricities. more...