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Paranormal Whacktivity Review
Synopsis:A sexy and hilarious spoof about a couple who have just moved into a new home to consummate their relationship, but find peril around every corner due to an evil presence that haunts them whenever they attempt to be intimate.
Paranormal Whacktivity (2013) is an American comedy horror that is 89 painfully minutes long containing marijuana, demonic possession, nudity, parody, sexual content, sexual jokes, demon, masturbation, and bad language. Director Roger Roth (Getting Back to Zero (2013), Focus (2001), LifeUmentary: Episode 1 - Text Me (2009), Robbers (2008)) did a horrible job executing a mediocre screenplay containing too many sexual scenes with unfunny comedy.
Paranormal Whacktivity revolves around Michael (William Patrick Riley - Pretty Tough (2011), Chicago Fire (2012), Torchwood (2006)) and Kasey (Sasha Formoso - 16-Love (2012), The Brotherhood VI: Initiation (2009), Virus X (2010)) moving into their new home. The young couple wants to consummate their relationship, but the only problem is that they are interrupted every time they try to be intimate by a demonic presence that haunts them. They hear the house making noises and encounters other phenomenal occurrences. The freakish couple or should I say, Michael hires a film crew to shoot an erotic video of him and Kasey, but it does not go so well.
Most of the gags missed their mark, and the ones that I laughed at were good but few - there was also visual gags, but only one made me laugh. There was a huge amount of silly skits that were seen that I did not enjoy, but maybe they were not for me as I am not the average comedy person. I gave Paranormal Whacktivity a two and not a one/zero because it was an independent low budget movie that felt rushed and was lacking in too many areas. All of the actors appeared to be inexperienced with their bad acting, and the female actors seemed only to be hired because of their body and boob size. The camera action was one of the worst I have seen which made my head hurt after a while and appears to be shot by an amateur/child.
Total Avg. Votes: 18
Writers: Chris Pentzell, Geoffrey Plitt
Director: Roger Roth