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Paranormal Activity 5: The Ghost Dimension offers fans of the series the undeniable treat of bringing its formerly invisible antagonist to light, but serving as the conclusion of the franchise, it doesn't go out with a bang.
A chilling study of alien abduction, The Fourth Kind uses real-life disappearances as the basis for an unnerving sci-fi thriller whose beautiful scenery, documentary-style camerawork and playfulness with Greek mythology prove that giving audiences the chills has nothing to do with what you see, but what you don't.
Writer Kevin Williamson is unable to transfer his imaginative knack for deconstructing the rules of the horror genre that he displayed in Scream, despite a solidly chosen cast and a serious-minded story.
Serving up a long-awaited round of brutal stabbings while adding clever twists to the series' favorable formula, Scream 4 is anything but a disappointment for fans of the franchise -- all while setting new rules for the horror genre.
Maggie's Plan is as hopelessly muddled and contrived as its protagonist's missions, although it takes pleasure in its offbeat sensibilities and Greta Gerwig shines as she leads the way into this kooky mess of a romcom.