Insidious: Chapter 2

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Alexander Scott
Insidious: Chapter 2
Horror
PG-13
Opening Date: Sept 13th
Starring: Patrick Wilson, Rose Byrne
Director: James Wan
Tobacco Use: None

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Insidious: Chapter 2 is a continuation of the 2010 horror film about ghosts and possession, featuring plenty of scares and and overarching feeling of dread. It picks up from where the first film left off, following the plight of a family being plagued by a set of ghosts who want to return from the dead.

What I liked about Insidious: Chapter 2 is that while it is a movie with a very serious story, the film and it’s characters were not afraid to have some fun. It keeps a very straightforward approach to the plot and is always moving between it’s 2 separate sub-plots. On it’s own it was a satisfying modern horror movie that is light on the gore with some creepiness instead. I strongly recommended this movie to anyone who was a fan of the original.

There was no tobacco use in the entire film. The film is for the most part set in the present day, in a household with two children and a senior present and nothing would have been added had any of the characters smoked, so there was no need.

Insidious: Chapter 2 is clearly for fans of the original film, and although it may be frightening for some younger viewers, there is no tobacco use in the film.

Insidious: Chapter 2

Alexander Scott
Insidious: Chapter 2
Horror
PG-13
Opening Date: Sept 13th
Starring: Patrick Wilson, Rose Byrne
Director: James Wan
Tabacco Use: None

Insidious: Chapter 2 is a continuation of the 2010 horror film about ghosts and possession, featuring plenty of scares and and overarching feeling of dread. It picks up from where the first film left off, following the plight of a family being plagued by a set of ghosts who want to return from the dead.

What I liked about Insidious: Chapter 2 is that while it is a movie with a very serious story, the film and it’s characters were not afraid to have some fun. It keeps a very straightforward approach to the plot and is always moving between it’s 2 separate sub-plots. On it’s own it was a satisfying modern horror movie that is light on the gore with some creepiness instead. I strongly recommended this movie to anyone who was a fan of the original.

There was no tobacco use in the entire film. The film is for the most part set in the present day, in a household with two children and a senior present and nothing would have been added had any of the characters smoked, so there was no need.

Insidious: Chapter 2 is clearly for fans of the original film, and although it may be frightening for some younger viewers, there is no tobacco use in the film.

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