March 30, 2013 12 Comments
‘Insidious’, directed by James Wan, the director of ‘Saw’ (2004) and ‘Dead Silence’ (2007), is one of those few psychological horror films, which are genuinely scary without sliding into the complete ridiculous or downright dullness, and which also provides for a very good entertainment in terms of fascinating subject matter, gripping plot, good acting and great sound effects.
In ‘Insidious’ the plot centres on the Lambert family, who recently moved into their new house. After Dalton Lambert (Ty Simpkins), a small boy, has a falling accident in the attic, and mysteriously slips into a coma, strange things start to happen in the Lambert family’s new house. When Dalton’s mother, Renai and father, Josh (Rose Byrne and Patrick Wilson) start to investigate the causes and nature of strange apparitions and noises, they soon discover that their child’s endless sleep has more to do with the house’s haunting state than they have ever dared to guess.