Is the Movie Sinister based on a true story?

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Coming out in fall of 2012 from the producers of the movies Insidious and Paranormal Activity, is a chilling supernatural movie based upon a true crime writer who discovers a set of home movies which suddenly cause an unfortunate series of supernatural demonic events. From what he can see Ethan Hawke stars in this film along with a demon that goes by the name of Bagul / Ba – gul / Baghoul. There are no accounts or mention in any religious texts based upon our research that Bagul ever existed.

The movie isn’t based upon real events or story and is fictional, however this doesn’t mean that a demon similar to the one in the movie doesn’t exist. To learn more about how and what the Bagul is depicted after click here.

Author: Tim Wood

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40 thoughts on “Is the Movie Sinister based on a true story?”

  1. well the premise is that he lives in his own image so technicly it can be argued that because of the movie he is real

  2. see it dosen't matter since he's a living image if you have seen the trailers youve seen the real him (works like the weaping angels anything that holds his image is him)

  3. there was a book like that i read as a kid aliens come to earth and use there tech to introduce us to our myths and legends and there's this bit were god is on a talk show talking about how he created us so we could create him or something like that

  4. still, this movie is still the Hollywood knock off of slenderman and i am pretty sure that the whole pagan god baghoul was just created by the film makers, i have studded pagan religion a lot, never heard of baghoul.

  5. its probably German but, i did here about this one roman monster thing which stole children away and ate them but that doesn't sound like baghoul

  6. I saw the film yesterday and totally enjoyed it. There are some real creepy parts and pleased to say not too many special effects which can totally spoil the film in my opinion.

  7. Zachary Averkamp That may be true, but this is obviously more of a slender knockoff than a retelling of the actual bagul! You can even tell by the title! One of the best horror movies I've ever watched though 🙂

  8. movie sucks, not worth the money, a few jumpy parts, story is okay, ending was not the best. I expected to be scared and I was not. If you want to see it, wait for DVD.

  9. Yeah I was wondering how it was, I guess I'll save my 10 bucks and go watch Frankenweiner instead, thanks for the heads up Mike!

  10. Just because the film wasn't based on any true events nor or is fiction, doesn't mean that demons don't exist. Because they do. If you believe there is a God there has to be a Devil, Good & Evil both exist. Like old horror films that some are based on true events , especially The Possession was one of them. So don't say its all necessarily fiction.

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