Cast member Brit Shaw poses at the premiere of "Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension" in Hollywood, California October 22, 2015. The movie opens in the U.S. on October 23. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni
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"Paranormal Activity," a found-footage, or pseudo documentary style, horror made for around $15,000 and acquired by Paramount Pictures, revolutionized the horror movie genre after grossing $193 million worldwide.As "Paranormal Activity" wraps up with "Ghost Dimension," Blum believes horror may be taking a more psychological and human turn.The producer suggested that his 2013 movie "The Purge," about a society in which all crime is legal for 12 hours, may usher in an era of psychological horror that humans can inflict on each other.Since 2009's "Paranormal Activity," Blum has produced more than 30 films in the horror genre.Roth's cannibal horror "The Green Inferno" capitalizes on the appetite for human-inflicted horror, but the director said he had to partner with Blum to get the film on U.S. screens.
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