Insidious: Chapter 3


Action / Fantasy / Horror / Mystery / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 58%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 52%
IMDb Rating 6.1 10 72009


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Angus Sampson as Tucker
Dermot Mulroney as Sean Brenner
Stefanie Scott as Quinn Brenner
Lin Shaye as Elise Rainier
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712.07 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 37 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by golshan-milad 3 / 10

Jump scares here...jump scares there...

This movie is ruined by the abundance of cheap and LOUD jump scares. The first movie was heavily favored by horror fans because it didn't rely on these cheap tactics but the mood and music to set the scene for you, here you get all sorts of jump scares and I find it quite disappointing.

Reviewed by Stevieboy666 6 / 10

A few scares but no classic.

I recall feeling somewhat disappointed with the original movie. I didn't like the "comedy" paranormal investigators or the silly looking demon with the red face. Sadly, this being that film's prequel, we have here those same elements. But that's not to say Chapter 3 is a bad movie. It's well filmed, has decent acting - especially the ever reliable Lin Shaye - and packs in plenty of jump scares in it's fairly modest running time, even if they tend to be of the predictable variety (with the exception early on involving the motor accident). In my opinion part 2 is the best out of the first 3.

Reviewed by Coventry 4 / 10

Are you ready for the "BOO"?

I suppose Leigh Whannell earned the right by now to further exploit and benefit from the commercially successful horror franchises that he co-created himself. After all, Whannell co-wrote the original "Saw" as well as the previous two "Insidious" installments, but James Wan took most of the credit for those being also the director. With Wan moving on towards mainstream stuff, like "Fast and the Furious", Whannell was entirely solo to take credit as writer, director and supportive actor for this third episode. Good for him because, let's be totally honest, in case this particular story was released as a stand-alone horror film - rather than as a sequel (or prequel, whatever) in the "Insidious" series - it wouldn't have stand a change at success. "Insidious: Chapter 3" is watchable, but completely mundane and unremarkable. It's a tale of ghosts and spiritual possession like there are thirteen in a dozen; relying mostly on a handful of foreseeable "boo"-moments and a more elaborated role for actress Lin Shaye. A teenage girl, Quinn Brenner, seeks the help of retired spiritual medium Elise Rainier to get in contact with her deceased mother. Elise warns her that calling out to one specific dead soul can be overheard by all deceased souls, including the malignant ones. Later, near the apartment building where she lives, Quinn is lured into a vicious accident by an unidentified evil spirit and she breaks both her legs. While tied to her bed, the same spirit attempts to take possession of Quinn's body as it turns out to be the ghost of a former resident of the building who committed many vile acts when he was alive. There isn't a lot more to write about this film, honestly. I wasn't particularly bored when watching "Insidious: Chapter 3", but it's never at one point atmospheric or genuinely unsettling. The jumpy moments are too obvious and the make-up effects are tame and very PG-13. Part three is a prequel, taking place a year or 2-3 prior to the events in the original "Insidious", and already features brief appearances of ghost and demons that would play far more prominent roles in the other two films. Interesting trivia for the die-hard fans of the franchise, but I must admit they slipped my attention at first. While I'm writing this user-comment, another new installment - "Insidious: The Lasts Key" in the series is about to be released in theaters. Remember the ancient horror rule: sequels are truly becoming awful when they stop numbering them!

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