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Movie Genres: Horror, Mystery, Thriller
Movie Language Is: English
Movie Quality Is: HDRip
Director Is: Adam Robitel
Writers: Leigh Whannell
Movie Cast Is: Lin Shaye, Leigh Whannell, Angus Sampson
Parapsychologist Dr. Elise Rainier faces her most fearsome and personal haunting yet – in her own family home.
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Few horror franchises have found life beyond their third chapter, and “Insidious” proves no different.
Picking up right after the events of “Insidious: Chapter 3”, this fourth entry further (pun intended) explores the backstory of demonologist Elise Rainier (Lin Shaye), who was murdered in a memorable twist at the end of the first film. Here, Elise is first introduced as a young girl living in a foreboding two-storey house on the outskirts of a New Mexico prison in 1952 where her stern father (Josh Stewart) works as a prison guard. Turns out that Elise already had a gift (or curse, depending on which way you look at it) for seeing ghosts then, but when she disobeys her father’s order to deny her paranormal abilities, he locks her in the basement. It is there she first encounters this movie’s demon – a tall lanky beast with old-timey keys for fingers – and unknowingly unlocks a mysterious red door for the monster to cross over into our world.
Back in the present day, Elise receives a phone call from a stranger who asks for her help with the ghosts in his house. That house turns out to be her childhood home, and despite her initial reservations at literally revisiting past demons, she eventually musters up the courage to confront what she recognises she had previously unleashed. It helps that she isn’t alone; thanks to the events in the last movie, she is now accompanied by a pair of dopey sidekicks Tucker (Angus Sampson) and Specs (Leigh Whannell). To be sure, their signature high-tech gizmos aren’t of much use (certainly much less than they were in the first two movies), so their presence is really as comic relief – like Tucker loves to repeat, “She’s psychic; we’re sidekick.”
What distinguished “Insidious” from other haunted-house movies was its creation of ‘The Further’, a terrifying place between life and death that exists on a different realm from ours where evil spirits trapped not just the souls of the dead but also those who were able to project themselves astrally while asleep. Elise was established to be one such individual, and it isn’t reasonable that she would quickly return to ‘The Further’ in order to seek out the entity which had terrorised her and is terrorising the house’s current inhabitant as well as the spirits she sees around the property. But Whannell, who had written every one of the “Insidious” movies, has other intentions; in fact, the middle act sees Elise come face-to-face with a different real-life horror, which while well-intentioned, is not nearly as developed as it needs to be and is hardly as interesting as the ghouls of ‘The Further’. Only in the final act does Elise finally return to that purgatory, but that homecoming is over too fast, too soon and too conveniently, almost as if it were simply an afterthought to form a narrative bridge into the first movie.