Insidious: Chapter 2(2013)
It will take what you love most.
Horror director James Wan (Saw, The Conjuring) continues the story of the haunted Lambert family - plagued by a childhood mystery that has left them dangerously connected to the spirit world. Rose Byrne and Patrick Wilson reprise their roles.
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Insidious: Chapter 2
BY jaynine superstar
[SPOILER down below]
Predictable at most. I feel as if there wasn't much development with the plot as a sequel. Either its not enough tension, or you can just predict when something is about to go down. Cliche horror conventions. And I feel it had gotten rather silly when they happen to introduce time travelling.
BY Rhys-Rushton superstar
Insidious 2 starts by tracing the haunting back to its origin. The movie skips from the present to the past without losing you. And answers some questions.
There are frights for the first time viewer but if you have seen the first instalment you will be pretty familiar with them and be expecting them. You will actually start getting good at picking when... More they will happen.
All in all it’s an OK horror and entertaining enough but remember, this is a low budget production (comparatively speaking) shot over 25 days so, I am happy with the results considering.
A Charmed 3/5 from me.Hide
BY Dan-Thompson superstar
The first Insidious was a fun fright-fest that clearly made enough money to warrant a sequel. It's just a shame that the sequel came out in the same year as Wan's, far superior, "The Conjuring". With Patrick Wilson starring in all three films, it does get a little confusing (and ridiculous) at times. Still, if you've seen the first, there are a few clever twists toward the end.