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'Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones' Trailer: Now the Demons Are Biting Latinos


According to Wikipedia, Oxnard, CA is "ranked as one of the safest cities in America with violent crime rates well below the national average." According to Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones: bullshit, dude, have you not seen all the vending machine muggings and demon bites going around?

The latest entry to the annoyingly persistent and profitable franchise is aggressively seeking more of the Latino market, with the studio explicitly saying as much and now moving the series to a chiefly-hispanic area of Southern California. Otherwise, though, things look as familiar as ever, so look forward to all the shaky home video, spooky children, and eerily-hanging light fixtures as usual. Here's the trailer:

Waking up covered in bites and with someone's long hair in your tear duct doesn't mean you're possessed. It just means you had a good time.

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