Insidious (2010): More Piano Music And Bad Make-up

Posted in Reviews by - May 08, 2013
Insidious (2010): More Piano Music And Bad Make-up

The Dictionary defines insidious as “Proceeding in a gradual, subtle way, but with harmful effects,” which adequately describes this B-movie hijacking-off of a Ghostly tale but without the subtlety.

But what else can you expect from a ghostly story these days but more piano music, slightly ajar doors and bad make-up effects. On the one hand you could argue that it would have been less excrutiating had monsieur le directeur missed out the first 40 minutes of Insidious, but in all honesty it would have been better if he hadn’t bothered with the remaining hour, either.

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