Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones (2014)

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  • RT Rating 39%
  • IMDB Rating 5.0

Critic Reviews:

While The Marked Ones does have a few differences from the rest of the series, it’s still ultimately following the same path, so it’s unlikely to suddenly turn someone around who has disliked the entire thing. But if, like me, you’ve enjoyed the ongoing story about a bunch of really camera-obsessed people and the spooky things that haunt them, The Marked Ones is another enjoyable chapter.


Sadly, despite improvements to the story experience, The Marked Ones proves that what we can actually see, no matter how dangerous, is significantly less terrifying.


It’s been a while since I’ve really jumped during a movie, but The Marked Ones managed to get me a few times and much of that is to the credit of Landon, who shows he’s an up-and-coming filmmaker to keep an eye on by making what I think is the ballsiest Paranormal to date.