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Paranormal Activity (2007) Poster

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night house
entity character says i love you
raw footage object moves by itself
submissive woman fire
spider scream
mockumentary awakened by alarm clock
knife framed photograph
two word title first of series
bolt upright after nightmare minimal cast
invisible being self absorption
guitar video recorder
security system exorcism
tripod argument
beads sleepwalking
haunting fear
crucifix photograph
reference to george w. bush stock character
ladder uncommitted relationship
demonic possession san diego california
ends with text found footage
blockbuster psychic
trance watching someone sleep
handheld camera footsteps
no ending credits what happened to epilogue
filmed paranormal event ouija board
microphone title at the end
loud noise computer
no background score burned photograph
f word premarital sex
demon swimming pool
video camera passiveness
haunted house mazda miata
self mutilation pull ups
character repeating someone else's dialogue looking at one's self in a mirror
tied to a bed day trading
slamming a door invisible being makes footprint
lights turned off boyfriend girlfriend relationship
slamming door time lapse photography
subjective camera male underwear
torn photograph bite mark
blood tv static
powder quarrel
low budget film falling out of bed
covivant covivant relationship strained relationship
year 2006 no title at beginning
barefoot director also cinematographer
bedroom murder
dragging a body first part
written by director supernatural power
talking to the camera film starts with text
home video style possessed human
footprint raised middle finger
college student audio recording
absence of religion obscene finger gesture
no opening credits no ending
suburb fire place
interview attic
nightmare fake documentary
kitchen unsolved mystery
paranormal phenomena bare chested male
severed arm unwed couple living together
fast motion scene 2000s
independent film actor shares first name with character
surprise ending

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