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Insidious: Chapter 3
A twisted and terrifying horror film that unfolds a spine-chilling mystery.
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Insidious: Chapter 3

English, Hindi
HorrorThriller
25 Jun, 2015
1 hrs 38 mins
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9,058 votes
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This chilling prequel, set before the haunting of the Lambert family, reveals how gifted psychic Elise Rainier reluctantly agrees to use her ability to contact the dead in order to help a teenage girl who has been targeted by a dangerous supernatural entity.
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The Insidious franchise has been wowing audiences by bring back old school horror. The first movie was a surprise hit. The second one pleased the critics but left the audience wanting more. Now, going along the same lines and using the same old formula, Insidious: Chapter 3 tries too hard to rejuvenate the old fashioned spook. The movie, a []... ...Read full review
Lin Shaye is one of those character actorslike Margo Martindale and Stephen Tobolowskywho have worked steadily for decades in a wide variety of supporting roles and they always make everything better. Even if they just appear in a few scenes, youre always glad to see them and you wish you could see them more. ...Read full review
Lin Shaye is one of those character actorslike Margo Martindale and Stephen Tobolowskywho have worked steadily for decades in a wide variety of supporting roles and they always make everything better. Even if they just appear in a few scenes, youre always glad to see them and you wish you could see them more. ...Read full review
This prequel looks back at events that occur before the Lambert family hauntings that led to the first two parts of the series. Elise Rainier (Shaye) is coaxed into using her gift to help the young Quinn (Scott) reach out to her deceased mother Lillith (Keats). However, Quinn learns that contacting the spirit world has some terrible consequences. ...Read full review
The `Saw` series proved something noteworthy that James Wan had created something extraordinary in the original movie, and had sold out in a big way by cranking out seven sequels for seven years which were each less impressive than the previous films. Calling them less impressive is still giving them a lot of credit because they flat out sucked. Around that time another series called `Paranormal Activity` began mushrooming, also delivering a sequel every year that was worse than its original. ...Read full review