The second episode of the web series "Spectral Sightings," which follows Insidious heroes Specs (Leigh Whannell) and Tucker (Angus Sampson) pre-Lambert haunting, has made its way online. Dig it!
James Wan's Insidious Chapter 2 kicked a RIDICULOUS amount of ass at the box office this past weekend but the fun is NOT stopping there as a new web series has launched which follows the film’s heroes, Specs (Leigh Whannell) and Tucker (Angus Sampson), pre-Lambert haunting.
The lovely Vanessa Gomez is back with another edition of Nightmare Nightcap, and this week our new darling takes a look at James Wan's Insidious and its sequel. Kick back, relax and let her lay it on ya!
Well that didn't take very long, and honestly? It's no surprise. Given the whopping box office success of Insidious Chapter 2 over the weekend, word has come that another chapter in the Insidious franchise is on its way!
Reviews are for the most part split down the middle for James Wan's Insidious Chapter 2, but that isn't stopping droves of fans from entering The Further this weekend as the flick is kicking a good amount of ass at the box office.
If you like the last third of Insidious and the insanity of its sequel, Insidious Chapter 2, when you see it over the weekend (and you will see it), Leigh Whannell is probably the main reason why.
Blumhouse Productions has enjoyed a great number of successes in recent years, taking micro-budgeted horror movies and turning them into major franchises. The Paranormal Activity series, Scott Derrickson’s Sinister, The Purge, and now the Insidious films have all become worldwide hits.
Although director James Wan is taking a leave of absence from the world of horror in order to direct Fast & Furious 7, he’s definitely going out with a bang with his latest, Insidious Chapter 2.
After smacking our lips with complimentary moth balls at the Waldorf Astoria in New York City, Patrick Wilson was nice enough to chat with me one on one about his role as Josh Lambert in Insidious Chapter 2...
All eyes have been on James Wan since 2004, when he burst onto the scene with Saw, based on a short film he had made the year prior. From there, Wan proved himself to be more than just "the torture porn guy."
We caught Insidious Chapter 2 earlier in the month and have been sitting on this review for a while now. Does this next chapter continue to haunt or is this a book better left closed? Find out now!
If you're looking forward to Insidious Chapter 2, then this story is for you as a new featurette is here, and in it the creators of this latest sliver of cinematic spooky discuss fine-tuning the horror aspects of the upcoming film.
What's cooler than going to see Insidious Chapter 2 on opening weekend? How about seeing both it and its predecessor up on the big screen one after the other? Sound interesting? Then read on for details.
A pair of TV spots for Insidious Chapter 2 have arrived, and if we were you, we wouldn't move. We'd sit right here and watch them or face being subjected to a male event! That sounds so damned dirty, doesn't it?