Paramount Pictures will try to scare the pants off you whilst also extolling the virtues of virtual reality from today as they’s rolling out a series of demonstrations of a new HTC Vive experience based on ‘Paranormal Activity’. The demonstration, debuting in 15 AMC theaters across the states from today, is designed to promote the forthcoming game of the same name, currently in development for all virtual reality platforms by Beast Media Group.

Between October 22nd and 24th, the experience will be shown in the following theaters:

  • Baltimore, MD (Loew’s White Marsh 16)
  • Bensalem, PA (Neshaminy 24)
  • Boston, MA (Loews Boston Common 19)
  • Las Vegas, NV (Town Square 18)
  • Lynnwood, WA (Loews Alderwood Mall 16)
  • McLean, VA (Tysons Corner 16)
  • Mesquite, TX (Mesquite 30)
  • New York, NY (Empire 25)
  • Century City, CA (Century City 15)
  • Emeryville, CA (Bay Street 16)
  • Orange, CA (Orange 30)
  • San Diego, CA (Mission Valley 20)
  • San Francisco, CA (Metreon 16)
  • Santa Clara, CA (Mercado 20)
  • Universal City, CA (Universal CityWalk 19)

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  • Don Gateley

    I’m a bit confused. Will there be Vive devices to demo or just a theater experience?