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Plot: The haunted Lambert family seeks to uncover the mysterious childhood secret that has left them dangerously connected to the spirit world.
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Insidious sequel is spooky fun.
Insidious: Chapter 2 starts up almost right after the original Insidious ended with Josh (Patrick Wilson) and Renai (Rose Byrne) Lambert reunited with their son Dalton (Ty Simpkins) after his spirit was held prisoner by a demon in an afterlife dimension called ‘The Further’. But, as we saw in the final frames, something else was now inhabiting Josh’s body and it had strangled paranormal investigator Elise (Lin Shaye) to death. We pick up as the unsuspecting family, including older son Foster (Andrew Astor) and their infant daughter Kali, have moved in with Josh’s mother Lorraine (Barbara Hershey) while police investigate Elise’s mysterious death in their house. They are barely moved in when supernatural occurrences start to begin again with objects moving, spectral voices, apparitions appearing and dear old dad acting very strange. While Renai tries to deal with the fact that supernatural forces are still with them, Josh tries to convince her all is well and Lorraine decides to team up with Elise’s former assistants paranormal investigators Specs (Leigh Whannell who also wrote the screenplay) and Tucker (Angus Sampson) along with one of the original investigators from Josh’s childhood haunting, Carl (Steve Coulter) to get down to the bottom of these haunted hi-jinx once and for all. And that is all I will say about the story as, despite some familiar trappings, James Wan (The Conjuring) takes this installment in some clever directions and once again uses the familiar elements very well. We get to know the story behind the evil woman in black seen in the last film and even revisit The Further though, this time it is inventively linked to events in the first film. The pace is a bit slower and more methodical this time round but, since this film is a bit of a mystery as well as haunting, it takes it’s time to let the story unfold and secrets be revealed. We still get some spooky scenes but, it is refreshingly mixed in with Lorraine and co’s equally goose bump inducing investigation. And what they find is deviously fun. The film is not quite as lively as Insidious part one but, I liked the mystery element and the film earned points with me for using it’s return to ‘The Further’ a bit more clever and less silly then last time. That is the point where the first film lost it’s grip on me and here I like how it was done and was with this supernatural chiller up to the spooky end. Wan is a good director and he takes what could have been a ho-hum retread and makes it a fun follow-up. He gets good performances out of all his cast and while I found Patrick Wilson to be bland in both Insidious and The Conjuring, he gets a far more lively performance out of him here. He gets to ham it up a bit and it suits him. The film has some beautiful and creepy visuals, as is Wan’s trademark, and Joseph Bishara’s score adds some nice atmosphere too. So in conclusion, while the story elements are more familiar; we’ve seen some of it before and the pace a bit slower, Wan does give us a spooky mystery to add to the paranormal activity and makes much more clever use of his otherworldly ‘Further’. He also gives us some clever answers to the questions left by his first Insidious and that all adds up to a spooky fun time at the movies. Also stars House Of The Devil’s Joceline Donahue as young Lorraine in some equally clever flashback sequences that tie into the rest of the film in a fun way.
Lived up to the hype
All week I was digging around trying to find critics’ reviews about this to see what they thought at their early screenings. Well, it wasn’t good, and I was feeling let down already. They all basically said the same thing; that the jump and scare moments were plenty, but that’s about it. The story is too convoluted and it just isn’t as good as the first one. Also, there is too much humor and wit in it, and it takes away from the tension buildup. But would that stop me from seeing it first chance I get Thursday night? As a die-hard of demon movies and of the first Insidious, nothing was going to stop me.
When the movie opened with the original Insidious creepy sound of high-pitched instruments, I was very excited. I sat back and prepared to enjoy the ride. And did I ever. At the conclusion, I immediately knew that this installment was more horrifying than the first one. I’m not saying the story was better, or that it was written, acted, or any other cinema verb you could think of done better, because that’s still up for debate. But what I knew for sure was that this was more terrifying than the first one. And that’s the whole point of scary movies, right? To be terrified? A handful of the jump and scare moments will stick with you, that’s for sure. Patrick Wilson did an amazing job, as he has done in his recent string of scary movies. While the two goofy underlings to Elise do bring humor to the table, I don’t think it takes much away from the overall dread and terror. At least not as much as critics are saying it does. What I loved about this movie besides the scares, was that it tied together some things from the first one. I wasn’t expecting that. You’ll see what I’m talking about when you see it though. You’ll probably say something along the lines of what I said when it was happening..”Wow, that was beautifully planned out and executed. Props to the writers there.” The story is more complicated than the first one, but if you can keep up, you’ll really appreciate and enjoy it. And the complexity of it will make it a movie worth seeing multiple times in order to catch everything. Be prepared to jump a mile in your seat at some of the parts. Then laugh while your heart rate comes back down. I’m giving this a 9/10. But that is pretty biased because of my love of the first movie. So more realistically, 8/10.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 46 min (106 min)
Genre Horror, Mystery, Thriller
Director James Wan
Writer Leigh Whannell (based on characters created by), James Wan (story), Leigh Whannell (story), Leigh Whannell (screenplay)
Actors Patrick Wilson, Rose Byrne, Ty Simpkins, Lin Shaye
Country USA, Canada
Awards 16 nominations.
Production Company Blumhouse, Oren Peli
Sound Mix Dolby Digital, Dolby Atmos, Datasat, Dolby Surround 7.1, SDDS
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera Arri Alexa, Cooke 5/i
Film Length 2,864 m (Spain), 2,900 m (6 reels)
Negative Format N/A
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format 35 mm (anamorphic) (Kodak Vision 2383), D-Cinema