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well because literally no one asked for it we got not one, not two but three sequels to the original Paranormal Activity and they've all been a steep decline with few exceptions.
I for one liked the first paranormal activity, i thought it had a great production. decent acting and a good execution of a weak and overplayed premise. The origins behind it also played in its favor, next to no budget and the cast as the crew also. it was neat and basically kick started the "found footage" genre of film which at first seemed like it might be alright but little did we know we'd get a lot of awful and cheap films that make embarrassingly large amounts of money at a fraction of the cost.
Just a truly brilliant and an inspiration person who i will forever admire. An unapologetically honest man though often rude there was a deeper meaning, under the veil of cynicism and cursing and smoking which was his trademark there was this person of deep thought who cared perhaps too much about the world. Bill Hicks died when i was 4 and i didn't even know about him until 2008....i'm glad that more and more people know who he is.