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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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@coleopterist: Thanks for the edit (And, SE didn't notify me of that edit) ;-) –  Waffle's Crazy Peanut May 20 '13 at 2:27
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It's Sinister. I am 100% certain this is what you're looking for!!

Sinister follows the story of the Ellison Oswalt Ethan Hawke's character who is a true crime writer, the story unfolds when he moves to the house where grizzly murders has taken place previously and when he gets his hand on the box of home movies which unknown to him puts the family into 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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