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Paranormal Activity 4 -- It wouldn’t be Halloween without another installment in this decade’s Saw. This one’s actually a sequel to Paranormal Activity 2, revisiting the story of Katie and Hunter after the third installment confused hardcore fans by unexpectedly veering off into an exploration of the human-trafficking trade in Southeast Asia. “We tried to inject a little social conscience, and we’re still proud of it,” says executive producer Irving Q. Pander. “But this time, we’re really giving the people what they want, which is 95 solid minutes of grainy-cam jugs a -jigglin’.”  (R)

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