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What To Watch If You Love 'Unfriended'

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Looking for the best movies like Unfriended? From Hollywood classics to new films, this list of movies similar to Unfriended feature all the found-footage horror that you could want. Paranormal Activity and Lights Out are great examples of movies that fans of Unfriended love. Grab some popcorn and turn off all the lights because you’re sure to be entertained by these psychological horror movies. Or, if you’re more in the mood to binge watch, we’ve got you covered with scary TV shows like Unfriended. But which of these recommendations is the best next-watch for fans of Unfriended?

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