Dr. Stromberg (Tate Ellington) tries to destroy a haunted radio, but soon realizes that these evil supernatural forces won't go away so easily in our exclusive deleted scene from Sinister 2. This horror sequel arrives on Blu-ray and DVD tomorrow, January 12 from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment, continuing the story from the 2012 horror movie hit Sinister. After destroying the radio, a distraught Dr. Stromberg takes what he thinks will be just an innocent drink, which turns out to be his last.

Mysterious found footage reveals a series of gruesome murders in Sinister 2, the chilling sequel to the sleeper horror hit currently available on Digital HD, before arriving on Blu-ray, DVD and On Demand on January 12, 2016 from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. The latest heart-stopping tale comes from series co-creators and screenwriters C. Robert Cargill & Scott Derrickson (who directed the first installment), producer Jason Blum of Blumhouse (Insidious, The Purge) and director Ciaran Foy (Citadel). Sinister 2 on Blu-ray and DVD is packed with bonus features including filmmaker commentary, a peek behind the camera and deleted scenes that raise the fear factor to unprecedented heights.

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In the aftermath of the shocking events of Sinister, the story centers on a protective mother (Shannyn Sossamon) and her 9-year-old twin sons (real-life brothers Robert Daniel Sloan and Dartanian Sloan), who find themselves in a rural house marked for death as the evil spirit of Bughuul continues to spread with frightening intensity. The supporting cast includes Lea Coco, Tate Ellington, John Beasley and James Ransone. Sinister 2 was released in theaters this past August, but it didn't fare quite as well as its predecessor.

The original Sinister earned $48 million domestic and $77.7 million worldwide from a miniscule $3 million budget. Sinister 2 only earned $27.7 million domestically from a $10 million budget, although no international box office figures were released. It isn't known if Focus Features is planning a third installment of this horror franchise quite yet, but given the lackluster results of the sequel, that may not happen.

Before picking up this sequel on home video formats tomorrow, take a look at our exclusive deleted scene from Sinister 2. Do you think there should be a third installment of this franchise? Or do you think two movies is enough for this horror franchise? Chime in with your thoughts, after taking a look at this deleted scene that you can't see anywhere else.