While not much has been released about Paranormal Activity 5, the trailer for the franchise’s spinoff — Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones — is finally here with the upmost intention of making your heart skip a beat.

The series, which tells the story of a family’s encounters with a demon as seen through handheld and security cameras, has churned out movies every Halloween season for the past three years. The four movies have grossed $714 million at the box office.

Fans will have to wait a few more months to watch The Marked Ones, though, as it won’t hit theaters until Jan. 3.

To hold fans over until the new year, Paramount Pictures is promoting the film with a social media contest similar to what happened during the run-up to Paranormal Activity 4 in 2012. Fans can participate by submitting a photo using hashtag #TheMarkedOnes on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter of “paranormal activity” in their hometown. Cities with the most submissions will win early screenings of the movie.


Jay Z and Beyonce in a scene from the fake film trailer, ‘Run.’
Video: YouTube, JAY Z's Life+Times

Some things are just too good to be true.

That’s how fans felt after watching the trailer for Jay Z and Beyoncé’s Run. The duo released a star-studded movie trailer as a promotion for their upcoming joint tour. The short clip features famous actors, including Don Cheadle, Jake Gyllenhaal, Sean Penn, Emmy Rossum, Rashida Jones and Blake Lively.

But when it was over, the message “Coming Never” blared across the screen. That’s right — all of that money and detail just went into making one incredible, fake trailer.

Fake film trailers run rampant in the entertainment industry, used to promote other pieces of art or just for purely comedic purposes.

Here are 11 other fake trailers we wish promoted real movies.