Sep 22 2009 6:48pm

Paranormal Activity midnight screening

 Paramount Pictures will debut the Slamdance and Telluride Film Festival favorite Paranormal Activity at a midnight screening on Thursday, September 24. Paramount is offering Tor.com readers five pairs of tickets to that special preview screening in New York City.

After a young, middle-class couple moves into what seems like a typical suburban “starter” tract house, they become increasingly disturbed by a presence that may or may not be demonic, but is certainly most active in the middle of the night. Especially when they sleep. Or try to.

Just leave a comment on this post (once—duplicates won’t count) and we will randomly select the 5 lucky people. You have until 11:00pm EST today Tuesday, September 22th 5pm EST Wednesday, September 23rd [deadline extended!] to comment. Because the screening is in New York City, you must be able to physically make it to the screening.

Additionally we have 25 pairs of first-come first-served pairs of passes. Those names will also be chosen at random from your comments.

Screening is in NYC on Thursday, September 24th
@ midnight at the Landmark Sunshine Theater
143 E. Houston Street

The lucky people’s names will be on the guest list. (You get to pass by the line!)

The first-come first-served folks will be notified where to pick up their passes during business hours on Thursday 9/24.

Additionally, for the first time ever, fans around the country will get a chance to see the movie at the same time. Paranormal Activity will hold concurrent midnight screenings in seven additional markets in the U.S, including Los Angeles (ArcLight Hollywood), New York (Landmark Sunshine Theater), San Francisco (The Castro), Chicago (The Music Box), Boston (The Coolidge), Atlanta (The Plaza) and Seattle (Neptune).
The film will receive midnight “sneaks” starting September 25 at midnight in the following cities and theater: Austin (Alamo Draft House); Seattle (Neptune); Ann Arbor, Michigan (State); Durham, North Carolina (Southpoint 16); Baton Rouge, Louisiana (RAVE Mall of Louisiana 15);Boulder, Colorado (Cinemark 16); Columbus, Ohio (Studio 35); Orlando, Florida (AMC Universal Cineplex); Madison, Wisconsin (Marcus Eastgate 16); Santa Cruz, California (Del Mar 3); State College, Pennsylvania (Premiere College 9); Tucson, Arizona (El Con); and Lincoln, Nebraska (Ross Media Center).

Additional midnight sneaks will follow on September 26, and October 1, 2 and 3.

Is Paranormal Activity not playing in your area? Demand it! Bring it to your city by visiting ParanormalMovie.com!

Mike Sargent is a nationally quoted film critic for WBAI-FM in NYC. His late night radioshow’s web site is: Lifeislikesciencefiction.com and that just about says it all.

1. Malveaux
I'm so happy to live in New York right now!

I would very happy to get these tickets, the movie seems great.
2. peter w!
yee-HAW! i surely do love TOR!
glad i just moved to the big apple too!

3. ada L.
omggg tickets tickets :)
4. Jennifer U
Woohoo! This looks awesome!

I'd like to be in the running for tickets, please.
6. Adam Hopkins
I'd love to be in the running for tickets for me and a few friends!
7. Keith A.
I will be there! Would love to win some tickets!
8. Joe Wilson
Oooh, sounds cool! I've heard good things about this movie!
9. Kathy Y.
count me in too :)
10. duzhygpdf0ig
the movie was mad dfumb not even scary
11. Baszman
Saw Paranormal Activity Go to Video Store & rent The Entity(1981) Much Better & a little kinky!!
12. wooooo
Paranormal Activity 2 Secrets

This horrifying secrets truly happened when they are filming the movie
and one of the staff actually died after he experienced what is on the
off-camera video clip

george will
13. bensons
I am always so excited about horror movies and paranormal activity is my favorite so far. I had missed the previous screening of this movie this time all set to watch paranormal activity movie after the official release!! i just hold my nervous :)

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