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Supernatural Activity

The world’s most beloved illusionist, armed with his team of oxymoron’s, embark on the freakiest, most adventurous paranormal investigation of all time. Terrorized at every turn by an unexplainable irregular patterns of mysterious paradox’s, this witch-hunting, ghost busting, creature questing supernatural spooftacular is the funniest footage ever found!

[BD Review] Lauren Says If You Like 'Scary Movie,' You'll Dig 'Supernatural Activity'

Remember when the remake of Fright Night did a take on a Criss Angel type of figure and it was kind of funny? Well, Supernatural Activity opens with a take on that and I’m still unsure if I found it funny or not.

I’ve seen about a million parodies of ghost hunting shows in movies, and Supernatural Activity plays out like a parody of a parody of an adaptation. Maybe, just maybe, someone wrote it as a serious movie and then they reread it and realized it sucked, so they turned it into a comedy. If that’s the case, Supernatural Activity is actually really smart.

The intro to the film is reminiscent of Pulp Fiction, yet is cuts shorts, ending with a message stating if you want to learn more about the cast and crew, just skip to the end credits. The story is the same song and dance you’ve seen before. The ghost hunting show Supernatural Activity is bogus; it’s all about the ratings. Pervert fan bases (the fans that think if they could meet a certain celebrity they could “get” said celebrity) keep leader Damon Dealer “single” which puts a damper on his relationship with his girlfriend, Blair. Damon wants to save an Indian burial ground (which he has to keep correcting himself into calling it a Native American burial ground) for their season finale. However, Blair is insisting the team go to Hicksville to find a mythical creature named Smallsquatch.

Apparently, this hairy wizard born of Sasquatch and a witch tickles victims to death – or something like that. The movie follows the characters along, parodying popular horror films as they go. Damon is afraid that if they prove the creature is fake, he will not be able to marry Blair, who is hoping to find fame by proving it’s real. Everyone is a little too eager about doing EVPs once they arrive and ultimately find out there is some sort of spirit within a house they find.

For some reason, Smallsquatch is a demon that can speak through Damon. I think this was just done so that actor Andrew Pozza could display his various acting abilities with a bunch of impressions. It sort of gets old, though he is pretty great in that instance. Actually, Supernatural Activity is really well done. It’s well acted. Hell, the plot actually is quite entertaining.

I’m a fan of parody movies, but throughout most of Supernatural Activity, I was unsure if I liked it or not. The pervert fanbases joke had me smiling, as I know the exact type of fans they were making fun of. The idea that the team is really into doing EVPs is choice as what ghost hunting show isn’t the same way! However, the abundance of goofball humor that borderlines on not being funny had me questioning if I was just trying not to like it. Out of the entire movie, there was one scene that had me convinced it was pretty damn OK. The scene? Blair and Damon having phone sex. It is the most glorious scene ever. Why? Because it is exactly how I think. I have no differentiation between goofing off and being, uh, mature. So, with lines like “I rub your taco like a rabbit’s foot” and referring to Damon’s “garden snake” before rating the sex at 8.153125 or something, the movie was saved. Well, a bit.

Ultimately, if you like goofball movies in the realm of Scary Movie, you’ll like Supernatural Activity. It is a well made film with a plot that is so bad that it’s pretty good.

Found Footage 'Supernatural Activity' Spoof Dated For Home Video

From the creators of Scary Movie comes the year’s most outrageous send-up of “found footage” films when the spoof Supernatural Activity debuts on DVD and Digital November 6th from Well Go USA Entertainment.

Joey Oglesby (TV’s “Friday Night Lights”), Donny Boaz (TV’s “Exposed”), Andrew Pozza (A Schizophrenic Love Story), Devin Bonnée (My Sucky Teen Romance) and Lizabeth Waters (Cherry Bomb) star as a team of myth-debunking ghost hunters on television who take off on their most frightening assignment just in time for the last episode of the season. Terrorized at every turn, this crack team of paranormal investigators film what might be their most terrifying footage yet.

The film combines comedy send-ups, inside jokes and classic sight gags from such popular movies as The Last Exorcism, The Exorcism of Emily Rose, Cloverfield, The Blair Witch Project, and the Paranormal Activity series. READ MORE

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First Details and Art For 'Supernatural Activity'

Derek Lee Nixon is behind the Paranormal Activity spoof arriving this February from Archstone Distribution. Supernatural Activity, penned by Andrew Pozza, stars Andrew Pozza, Liddy Bisanz, Derek Lee Nixon, Donny Boaz, Philip Marlatt, and Devin Bonnée.

The world’s most beloved illusionist, armed with his team, embark on the most adventurous paranormal investigation of all time. Terrorized at every turn, this witch-hunting, ghost busting, creature questing supernatural spooftacular is the funniest footage ever found!

Check out some early art inside. READ MORE