Fans of demon-infused found footage movies didn't get their annual dose of "Paranormal Activity" last year, thanks to a delay for the series' fifth installment, and now Paramount has announced that the series is missing another Halloween.
The fifth "Paranormal Activity" movie has been pushed from October 24 to March 13, 2015, but the news isn't all bad. The movie now has a title.
"Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension" will hit theaters next year, and from the sounds of that subtitle, it will advance the already mythology-heavy series.
Those who checked out the spin-off movie, "Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones" will no doubt remember the crazy twist that came near the end. The series covered some new ground when it sent a character through a mysterious door and back through time.
Now, time travel and magic doors don't exactly play right into the "Ghost Dimension," but after "The Marked Ones" blew out the scope of the series, an alternate, ghostly dimension doesn't sound that farfetched.
The fifth movie in the series will reportedly follow a new family. There's no word on any returning cast members, but I wouldn't be surprising if Katie Featherston showing up.
Personally, my fingers are crossed for Kathryn Newton, who played Alex in "Paranormal Activity 4." We technically never saw her die, and it would be a good shake up for the series to add a heroine.
"Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension" opens in theaters on March 13.