Insidious

Insidious
Insidious

Year

2010

Duration

98 minutes

Genres

Horror, Science Fiction and Fantasy, Thriller

Language

English

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Synopsis

This supernatural horror sees a couple fall prey to escalating paranormal activity after they move house and their son Dalton falls into a mysterious coma. Assuming the house is haunted they move - but this doesn't end their terror, as they learn Dalton has supernatural powers, and has been interacting with spirits in a parallel realm called The Further. This fright fest holds its own for spine-chilling suspense and scares - especially in the first half, which plays on the fact that what we can imagine is often more unsettling than what we can actually see...

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15 Classification

Contains strong horror and menace

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