After a young couple moves into a new house, they start to experience some strange events, that just might be demonic. So they decide to videotape the whole thing. Sound familiar? At least this time the demon has a sense of humor.
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A sh*t sandwich on stale bread. I wasn't expecting much from this movie, but still it managed to disappoint me. It was almost as tedious as the movies it was parodying. Towards the end, I had to resist the temptation to fast forward. The writing was unoriginal and more silly than funny. Some scenes seem to have been cut in at random, with no relation to the rest of the script. The B-list cameos served only to briefly distract from the bad script. The only thing paranormal about the movie was the notion that a guy like Farley could get a girlfriend as hot as Carly Craig. Speaking of Craig, I'm a big fan, but her performance was so monotone that it barely qualified as acting. She should have sharted all over this movie. It would have helped.
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