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A couple begin to experience some unusual activity after bringing their newborn son home from the hospital. With the help of home-surveillance cameras and a team of experts, they learn they're being stalked by a nefarious demon.

Release Year: 2013

Rating: 4.0/10 (5,624 voted)

Director: Malcolm D. Lee


Happily-married couple Dan and Jody begin to notice some bizarre activity once they bring their newborn baby Aiden home from the hospital. But when the chaos expands into Jody's job as a ballet dancer and Dan's career as an Ape researcher, they realize their family is being stalked by a nefarious demon. Together, with the advice of certified experts and the aid of numerous cameras, they must figure out how to get rid of it before it's too late.

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Evil is coming. Bring protection.


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Filming Locations: Atlanta, Georgia, USA

Box Office Details

Budget: $20,000,000


Opening Weekend: $14,157,367

(12 April 2013)

Gross: $23,477,341

(23 April 2013)

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User Review

The perfect film to watch if you want to commit suicide

Rating: 3/10

The latest installment in the series of lazy spoofs, this film offers
virtually nothing to its audience, insulting their intelligence for an
hour-and-a-half with perhaps the worst collection of blatantly
uninspired and recycled gags ever put to into a film.

The horrendous excuse for a plot centers on a suburban wife (Ashley
Tisdale) and her dimwitted husband (Simon Rex) moving into a haunted
house with their possessed adopted children. From there, the film
parodies the biggest blockbusters of the last few years, but does so
without a semblance of relevance, creativity or wit.

It says a lot about the film that the only half-laughs to be had come
from Charlie Sheen and Lindsay Lohan sharing the opening scene – an
incredibly stupid and borderline cringe-worthy, but inexplicably
entertaining chuckle at their fall from grace.

It's all downhill from there as the rest of the film plays out as a
series of unconnected set pieces seen literally hundreds of times
before. Often, such an unappealing movie is still able to salvage hope
by suiting itself for a target market, but it is hard to see any
audience group, from 15 year old to stoner, defending this abomination.

One would have to drink Lindsay under the table, smoke copious amounts
of bud with Snoop Dogg and/or Lion and snort pure tiger blood with
Charlie to even come close to drawing any semblance of enjoyment from
this disaster. An imminent sweep of this year's Razzies doesn't seem
like ironic punishment enough for one of the worst films ever made.