Paranormal Activity 4

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Win a Panasonic 3D Home Cinema System with Paranormal Activity 4

To celebrate the release of Paranormal Activity 4, in cinemas October 17 (cert 15 TBC), we have teamed up with Paramount Pictures UK to offer you the chance to win a Panasonic SC BTT490 3D blu ray home cinema system.

Following on from the box office smash Paranormal Activity 3, directors Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman are back at the helm of the franchise's fourth instalment. The plot follows Katie who has just moved into a quiet suburban neighbourhood. Soon her new neighbours begin to experience the same hauntings which followed Katie and Kristi's family.

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CLOSING DATE: Friday 26th October 2012 23:23

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Question: What is the name of the 'the kid from across the street'?

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