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“Choo, choo!” screamed Insidious as it was the little movie that could but couldn’t quite get there. Despite this, I enjoyed the movie.
Insidious follows Josh (Patrick Wilson) and Renai Lambert (Rose Byrne) after they move their family into a really big, quaint home. Shortly after moving into their new home, strange things start to happen that would, without a doubt, send chills down the spine of even the most bravest souls. Trouble starts when something starts to stalk Dalton (Ty Simpkins), the Lambert’s oldest son, in the dark corners of the attic and his bedroom.