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on the other side of the coin is the watcher, the entity which has attached itself to the family. after the initial terror of the lambert’s house, the watcher here has a more figurative, more static quality to it. whilst still clearly malevolent, it is much less threatening. at first it seems that it simply inhabits the body of a woman, but this isnt the case. there is some indication that it has a more direct influence over the “bionic” grey, and this might explain why he reacts so differently from normal people.

the most fascinating aspect of insidious is the concept of the supernatural entities inhabiting the body of human beings. it worked so well in insidious because it was so not of our world, but illogical. in insidious chapter 3 this idea is purely used to show that our world has indeed been damaged, but that it is still a recognisable part of our reality.

logan starts to cry out, but his cry is interrupted by the music from the second film. the firebird, by fire-eating stuntman jeremy (kypton jones), starts up and he blasts off through the air and demolishes a brick wall. jeremy then helps logan get back in the car, but the car then takes off and is hit by a large truck.

when he wakes up the next day, he finds that he has some new powers. he notices that the car is about to crash and he escapes, running through the woods. in a moment of delirium he watches himself crashing through the roof of a mobile home. when he re-emerges he drives to an abandoned house and drops down into the basement. he changes his clothes into scuba gear and goes to a power station. there, he talks to a technician, garrett (naomi grossman) and manages to view the hard drive of the firebird. from it he finds that the company he worked for is called the asset exchange, who are seeking out the tiptoe through the tulips (lydia walker) band. we then segue into the flashback scenes where logan and heather (rose byrne) were lovers and had spent a few nights in a house that has been inhabited by some type of evil presence since they’ve moved in. the band members, including the gothic, provocative amanda (essy mansour), are also in the house. heather and logan make love to repel the entity, but it returns the next morning.

the third film in the franchise, insidious: chapter 3 is directed by the same people who made the first film insidious (james wan and leigh whannell), and it shows. it is much more accomplished than the previous two installments. as a film, it is a bit uneven but as a horror movie its a masterpiece. its is so good that it’s almost hard to believe. there are a few small things that don’t work, but they are minor and don’t spoil the big picture. insidious: chapter 3 is both a horror film and a psychological thriller, a bloodbath with the supernatural and a true shocker.
if you have ever seen a good horror film, you will know what to expect from this film. the insidious films are not scary in the sense of being loud and gory, or even in the sense of it being spooky, but rather in the sense of it being scary.
the third installment, insidious: chapter 3, now has a title (and a tagline). we’ve seen some of the footage as well as some of the artwork that is all intended to help us prepare ourselves for the new movie. the first image that arrived in our collective consciousness was that of the strange girl who made contact with the otherworldly entity in the first film. that image is still in the film, but it will be much more prominent in the new movie.
the book on the new film’s plot is the 2014 novel insidious: the confession by james wan himself. the book has been adapted by keith bunin (who is no relation to leigh whannell) and the film will continue with a new story. leigh whannell had planned to co-write the screenplay, but after he returned from filming the conjuring on the warner bros. set, it was decided that the two filmmakers would work alone.

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