“Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension” is one hour and 45 minutes full of botched horror scenes and is only made watchable by Dan Gill’s pleasing comedic relief. The movie opens with a scene from the third “Paranormal Activity” movie. After the death of their father, two young girls are taken to a cult leader by their grandmother. The leader tells them to harness the power of the evil spirit they speak with to see into the future. The movie then jumps forward 25 years, when Ryan Fleege (Chris Murray), his wife Emily (Brit Shaw) and their six-year-old daughter Leila (Ivy George) are joined by Ryan’s brother Mike (Dan Gill) and their friend Skylar (Olivia Taylor Dudley). With Christmas approaching, the family members are preparing for the holiday when Leila starts talking with an imaginary friend. The family soon finds itself in a fight against paranormal forces. Unlike other “Paranormal Activity” movies, this one does not seem realistic and is very predictable.