This experience was a couple of years ago when my friends and I decided to see "The Conjuring" as a birthday treat of a friend "N". There was one more person with us "A" so three of us. I must admit the movie scared the daylights out of me but my friends were too brave when it comes to paranormal and can't be easily intimidated. Both of them thought the movie was not scary and it did not meet their expectation (what we thought of the movie matters).
Anyways we parted ways after spending an entire day and I came home around 0900 or 1000 hours and fell asleep after dinner. It was common for me to have a disturbed sleep after horror movies mostly because I was a Scooby Doo. But I would have difficulty falling asleep out of fear and not because of anything paranormal. Sorry for the long explanation just trying to get the context right.
So the night in question after I had fallen asleep I woke up exactly at 03:08 hours with someone pulling/grabbing my leg (like the movie) and woke up with a jolt. Since I was exactly in front of the clock on my side table, seeing the time kind of frightened me after which I just couldn't fall asleep, just kept tossing around. The moment I fell asleep I felt like someone would grab my leg and I kept waking up. This kept happening until around 0600 and then I fell asleep. This continued for around a fortnight until I finally started to literally hug a bible to sleep.
Since we were not allowed to go to the movies, my mom did not know I had watched the movie but she found out I was up to no good that day. She kept asking me what I was blabbering in my sleep (I do not remember any mumbling though) and what caused my restlessness that night. I, of course, denied everything being the perfect child:-P, mothers know anyway.
I would have brushed this off as just my fear but the next day my friends had their own to tell. "N" who sleeps in her own room (I sleep in my parents', common in India) told us that she had a stomach upset which kept her entire family awake every night for a week and it happened only in the nights. She was not intimidated but thought it was strange. Even though her mom kept insisting it was because she might have invited some negative energy.
And A who lives in a joint family, meaning with parents and married sisters, told us that his nephew started to cry at around 02:45 hours and just wouldn't stop until 04:30 hours when they took him to the hospital (he was 3 years old). And it happened around 4 times that week and he would stop only when he was taken out of the house and to the hospital. Strangely the doctors wouldn't give him any medicine, just stepping into the hospital would make him stop. He just wouldn't have any reason to cry and this had never happened before.
I wouldn't be sure all this were related or paranormal but it just seems too coincidental to be happening to all three of us the same night continuing through the week and also the fact that it had happened to people who clearly were not affected by the movie.