As you may have noticed by now, we are at Fantastic Fest 2010 covering the most fierce genre festival experience this side of the Atlantic Ocean. During a screening last night though, our managing editor Cole Abaius was minding his own business, about to partake in a few adult beverages and a movie with at least one castration scene, when an Alamo Drafthouse waiter delivered unto him a mysterious package from an address in New Hampshire. Inside was a flash drive containing a video that clearly has something to do with Paranormal Activity 2. It features a baby walking backwards down a set of stairs and of course, at least one little surprise. It’s pretty creepy, especially if you combine it with some of the other videos that showed up on the doorsteps of our friends at Bloody Disgusting, UGO and others. (The UGO guys found a package in their hotel room at Fantastic Fest. That’s creepy enough, right there.)
Check out our exclusive prize after the jump.
Anyone have any theories as to what’s going on? I’m sure that some of you want to piece these together and tell us what’s going on? The return address on the envelope was 40 University Dr, Rindge, NH 03461 — Franklin Pierce University. Our video, marked STRWY-5 occurs at 01:13:39 AM. Something tells me that based on the intelligent design of this little prank, that somehow these videos are related. Once we find more links, we will post them here. If you see them out in the wild, drop them in the comments section.
As to whether or not Fantastic Fest attendees will get a first glimpse of Paranormal Activity 2 — there’s always hope.
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