Insidious is the new hit movie series about a family plagued by paranormal activity. When ghost movies need reviews, who you gonna call? Now Playing Podcast!
Insidious: The Last Key
Before elderly psychic Elise Rainier (Lin Shaye) faced her mortality battling "Veilhead" in Insidious, she had to confront literal and figurative skeletons in her family closet. New prequel The Last Key shows the Spectral Sightings team going back to Elise’s childhood home and taking on "Keyface", a demon who locks up your vocal cords and preys on your most violent thoughts. But can he silence criticisms that Arnie, Marjorie, and Stuart previously voiced about this franchise, and deliver an electrifying fourth chapter? Listen now and find out!
Insidious: Chapter 3
It's like a riddle: When does Chapter 3 come before Chapter 1? When it's an Insidious sequel! The new film may be titled Insidious: Chapter 3 but the film is actually a prequel to the original film. Were you interested how Tucker and Specs met Elise? Or what the Bride in Black did before harassing the Lambert family? It's all in Chapter 3, with a background story of a new demon trying to kill a high school girl. Is this an essential chapter in the Insidious story? Join Marjorie, Stuart, and Arnie to find out!
Insidious: Chapter 2
Insidious Chapter 2 scared more than audiences, it scared up a huge box office return showing that audiences are still hungry for spooky scares and ghost movies! Picking up mere seconds after the first film ended, director James Wan and writer Leigh Whannell answered all the lingering questions and finally revealed the fate of the Lambert family. Were the reveals satisfying, and what may be in store for Insidious Part 3? Listen to Stuart, Marjorie, and Arnie's review to find out!
James Wan's first film, Saw, redefined horror for the 2000s. By 2011 the Saw films had run their course, and audiences turned their attention to more ghostly horror in the form of the Paranormal Activity series. So is it any wonder that when the writer and director behind Saw teamed up with the Paranormal Activity studio a new horror franchise? With Insidious 2 taking top spot at the US box office last weekend, the Now Playing crew go back to watch and review the original. Does this film scare the hosts? Listen to find out!
The production value of this podcast is so poor that you’d wish you had the hour you wasted listening to them back. It’s obvious that they did not watch the movie completely as a lot of the questions they had were actually answered in the movie or were obvious to any intelligent moviegoer. Their lack of intelligence makes it hard to trust their opinions and to listen too. I wouldn’t spend any money on any of their opinions. The first two “Insidious” movies are so good, that to hear them label the movie as “not recommend” in their ridiculous scoring methods is hard to hear.