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Stars: Patrick Wilson, Rose Byrne, Barbara Hershey, Lin Shaye, Ty Simpkins, Steve Coulter, Leigh Whannell, Angus Sampson, Andrew Astor | Written by Leigh Whannell | Directed by James Wan
(download Insidious: Chapter 2) - Having watched what I guess we should now refer to as ‘Chapter 1’ prior to the screening of the Insidious sequel, I can confirm that as a franchise it’s not quite as edgy and gritty as its promotion would have you believe. There’s something quite hokey, kooky and actually quite endearing about the Insidious films which I don’t consider to be a bad thing. When your film’s knight in shining armour character is a kindly old lady, what more could you reasonably expect?
(Insidious: Chapter 2 download) - Despite the three year gap since the release of its predecessor, Insidious: Chapter 2 takes place very shortly after it chronologically. After the events of the first film, which saw Patrick Wilson travelling into a spirit realm to search for the soul of his comatose son (Ty Simpkins, who was also the kid in Iron Man 3) before nasty demons possessed his body (hell of a subordinate clause there), the Lambert family retreat to Pat’s mom (Barbara Hershey)’s house to recover from their ordeal.(download Insidious: Chapter 2 movie) Unfortunately, Papa Patrick doesn’t seem quite the same after his experience and spooky crap keeps on happening. Can his wife (Rose Byrne, great as ever), mother, sons, a mysterious figure from his past (Steve Coulter) and those two funny ghostbusters from the previous film (Leigh Whannell and Angus Sampson) figure out what’s going on in time to sort it all out?
(download Insidious: Chapter 2 movie) - What spooks and scares Insidious 2 has to offer generally come in the first half. There’s good use of a noisy children’s toy, a piano and the old ‘mysterious figure in shot for a second but then isn’t’ trick is done well too. However by the midway point, returning director James Wan gives up on slow-building tension and pretty much goes for a voyage into slightly silly fantasy, almost like a Scooby Doo ‘let’s split up and search for clues’ scenario crossed with The Twilight Zone. Which I enjoyed.
What’s quite pleasing is that Insidious: Chapter 2 throws a whole lot of different ideas into the mix and manages to come out not being a total mess. So you’ve got an interesting time-hopping narrative structure, some gender-bending intrigue, paedophobic elements, a dash of found footage, a sort of unsolved murder case plotline, a bit of offbeat comedy and a number of call-backs to the previous film (in an almost Back to the Future Part 2 sense) as well as some Paranormal Activity style jumps (as you might expect from producer Oren Peli). It’s nice to see a film that isn’t afraid to dabble with different bits and pieces and it’s a credit to Wan that’s mostly fairly coherent. (watch Insidious: Chapter 2 online)
It’s encouraging too that the original cast has also returned for the sequel. Rose Byrne and Patrick Wilson may not exactly be total A-listers, but their stock has only risen since the first film, so it’s nice that they’ve come back. Or at least fulfilled a contractual obligation in any case.(download Insidious: Chapter 2) The coda at the end of Insidious: Chapter 2 pretty much guarantees a third outing, though whether the two main leads will feature in that is open to debate.
(download Insidious: Chapter 2) Insidious: Chapter 2 stands out from most mainstream horror films in that it isn’t mean-spirited. It isn’t unnecessarily cruel to its cast and the reintroduction of one character in particular is actually quite joyful. It gives the whole cast plenty to do and doesn’t treat the audience like idiots. Sure, the scares may not last all the way through the film, but as I came out of the auditorium feeling generally positive and satisfied, I was able to forgive this.
Insidious: Chapter 2 hits UK cinemas on Friday 13th September.
Sequel Insidious: Chapter 2 has some jumps and some good laughs, but ultimately is inferior to its predecessor due to the lack of sustained suspense. (Insidious: Chapter 2 download)
Following the supernatural events that endangered their children, Josh and Renai Lambert’s connection to the spirit world remains unbroken. A childhood secret may hold the key to removing the nefarious spirits from their family…
Insidious: Chapter 2 carries on from the events of the first film, with some sequences which go back into the past. Through the course of the film it is two parallel narratives that run, although they intertwine at times.
The film replays some of the events of Insidious, filling in the gaps. This works well for the most part, although the film is not as clever as it thinks it is.
The main problem with Insidious: Chapter 2 is that the apprehension that was so successfully generated for much of the first film is missing here. There are jumps certainly, but the film is devoid of the building tension and atmosphere which made the original so memorable.
(download Insidious: Chapter 2 movie) - The comedy in Insidious: Chapter 2 does work, and indeed is more frequent than in its predecessor. This certainly offers an element of relief from the film’s scarier moments. The new characters brought into this instalment are a good fit.
The imagery and objects of fear build on what is featured in the original film. Some of the articles used to generate fear are those depicted time and again in the horror genre. As such, some devices can be spotted a mile off.
Performances in Insidious: Chapter 2 are in keeping with the tone of the film. Patrick Wilson injects an aura of campery which fits the more humorous side of the film. (download Insidious: Chapter 2)