In the new horror movie Sinister, Ethan Hawke plays a true crime writer who moves his family into a house that was the site of a notably grisly incident and finds some extremely strange home movies in the attic.
Do things go well for our scribe hero as he investigates what happened at his new abode in the hopes of penning a bestseller? I don’t think it will overly anger the Spoiler Gods to hint that they very much do not.
- Clark Collis
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