The newest clip from Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones shows us just why it is never a good idea to check the basement.
On Friday, we showed you a trailer from Paramount Pictures in support of the upcoming film Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones, the spinoff of the widely popular Paranormal Activity franchise.
In the trailer we saw someone enter what looked to be an abandoned home. In a far off room, there was an opening in the floor that led to a basement. Throughout the trailer, you can hear a dog barking from down below. Well, that is until the person behind the camera gets closer.
After one final yip from the animal, the man decides to venture down the hole in search of his friend. The previous clip ended, well…if you leave out the part about the apparition that appeared behind him after he was down the hole. However, I digress.
In this new clip, entitled ‘In the Basement,’ we see just what the man encountered down in proverbial rabbit hole.
There are plastic curtains hanging everywhere. It almost looks like a twisted scene out of Dexter. The stone walls are cold and unforgiving.
Finally, as he goes deeper inside, he sees a light coming from the right.
As he pushes away one final piece of the plastic, he sees two incredibly creepy looking children standing silently in front of him; their eyes blacked out like demons.
He quickly makes the right decision and makes a break for it. Unfortunately, just as he reaches the exit, the door slams shut on him, trapping him inside with the creepy little kids.
I think it is pretty safe to say that this is not going to end well for him.
Here is a look at the newest clip from the film Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones courtesy of Yahoo! Movies.
I think this illustrates my initial point perfectly. When you see a deep, dark hole; especially when you are missing one of your friends, don’t just walk down there. It never, ever ends well for you.
Did we learn nothing from The Blair Witch Project?
Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones is scheduled to be released on January 3, 2014.