Insidious: Chapter 2

2013 "It will take what you love most."
6.5| 1h46m| PG-13| en| More Info
Released: 13 September 2013 Released
Producted By: Alliance Films
Country: United States of America
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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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MJB784 I found it even scarier than the first. It also answers questions that were left unanswered in the first movie, which made me think that parts of the first weren't explained. So now I might find the first movie even better! I feel like watching the first again!
svr-2200 Insidious Chapter 2: Movie Review. The film has some very scary sequences, and some very well executed jump scares which are really terrifying and feels genuinely creepy and realistic. The whole vibe and style of the film seems mysterious and suspenseful. James Wan direction is solid. The performances are great. Patrick Wilson and Rose Byrne, both are brilliant in their respective characters and Lin Shaye is amazing. The movie lacks the depth and intensity of the first film and it little bit slow paced, but all over its a good sequel horror film. (Please Note: That This Review represent only my professional point of view and my personal honest opinion about the film, and does not represent others. Thank You).
TMC Productions Loved chapter 1 and in my opinion this is even better. It really is a scary movie. Got a movie night with some friends and want a good really scary movie? Just watch this movie (after you have watched the first one of course) and your good to go. All I can say is, don't listen to the bad reviews here, I'm not sure why people don't like it since I personally love the story and the scares of the movie. This makes it (The Conjuring 1&2 are very close as well) My favourite horror movie of all time!
JLRVancouver I watched this film on Netflix because I was looking for something to distract me while spinning on my indoor bike - unfortunately, the movie was neither interesting nor entertaining enough to do so. Pretty much all of the standard tropes showed up: creepy boys dressed up as creepy girls, murderous psycho-mothers, murderous possessed dads (including scenes that looked like discards from "The Shining"), bumbling para- normal investigators, spooky abandoned hospitals, and lots of murky misty shots of the 'other side'. The last was likely a wise move, considering how ridiculous the chief spook looked (and acted) when fully illuminated. The first "Insidious" was reasonably well done and had some memorable moments. This sequel adds nothing to the story and either lacks, or repeats, whatever made the first one worth watching. The last scene seems to set up a franchise revolving around two bumbling ghost busters and their associate 'on the other side'. I'll never know because I won't be watching '3'.