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I watched a movie a few months back. The movie starts with four people hanging by their necks on a tree. The hero is a writer of horror stories. He comes to a house along with his family. He finds a projector with several film rolls on the attic. He watches those films everyday. All films were based on a murder case. The movie's investigation goes like this:

A child in the house gets haunted. He kills the family members. Well, they say something that the children do that as a devotion to some god. The interesting link between every murders is that the murdered family had stayed for a while in a house where people were previously murdered. The story goes on like the next family stay in this house and go to another house where they get murdered by their children.

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It's Sinister. I am 100% certain this is what you're looking for!!

Sinister is the story of Ellison Oswalt (Ethan Hawke), a true crime writer. The events unfold when he moves into a house where grizzly murders had taken place. He finds a box of home movies which, unknown to him, puts his family in grave danger.

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If you quoted this short synopsis (as the block quote suggests) where did the quote come from (it’s not from Wikipedia article, as far as I can see)? If, to the contrary, you paraphrased it (bad grammar and all), why did you put it in the block quote? – theUg Jul 7 '13 at 14:52

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