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Two Movies I will Try my Best to Avoid: Devil’s Due and Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones

Here are two movies I am not going to spend my money on. Or at least most likely not! 😀
And I will tell you why:
First of all the Paranormal Activity Franchise is dead in my opinion. By now everyone should have figured out that the trailer seems somewhat promising, then the movie has its mysterious and maybe creepy moments, but in ALL of the movies – and I am talking all movies that are shot documentary- style/ hand held camera like – have a crappy ending, or does anyone disagree? It all started with Blair With Project and it should have ended with it.

Second, the trailers only look so good because they have music and sound effects in it, which are not existing in the movie itself, which is false advertisement if you ask me.
So, what I am trying to say is: I am tired of those type of movies and I hope no one will ever fall for it anymore, and if they do, they have no right to complain about it, because they have been warned, at least I spoke about it. That’s all! Have a wonderful first week of November! 😀

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