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Rasping violins herald the arrival of the second James Wan movie in as many months, and much like The Conjuring before it, and the original Insidious before that, it’s an audience-pleasing spookfest that happily eschews the torture porn and gore of most modern horrors in favour of a classier Smörgåsbord of shivers and shocks.
One of the few frightening filmmakers working today who belongs in the hallowed company of George Romero, John Carpenter, Wes Craven and Dario Argento, James Wan knows more than most about audience manipulation. To brave one of his movies is to grant the man permission to lead you through a supernatural maze full of shadows and mist, where ghosts and demons tease the corners of your eyes and mischievous, evil things with impeccable timing lurk like monstrous Jack-in-the-boxes, waiting to spring at you when your heart’s beating the hardest. Boo!
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Together with longtime collaborator Leigh Whannell, who helped unleash Saw upon the world and besides writing the Insidious duology, offers comic relief as psychic investigator Specs, Wan delivers a feast of wild-eyed possession, uncanny activity and eerie Victoriana, hurling all but the kitchen sink at filmgoers strapped in for another wild ride.
Much like The Conjuring, Insidious: Chapter 2 explores the damage a possessed spouse can wreak upon his or her loved ones. Opening with a bit of back story before picking up the instant after the original’s shock ending, the film sees dad Patrick Wilson inhabited by a psycho from some Lovecraftian realm, while slow-on-the-uptake mum Rose Byrne takes her sweet time doing anything about it.
Fortunately, her mother-in-law Barbara Hershey is way more pro-active, and quickly re-enlists the aid of Laurel and Hardy-like ghostbusters Specs and Tucker (Angus Sampson) to help her get to the bottom of things. Between the lot of them, many scares unfold before order is restored.
More of the same is what this movie delivers so don’t expect the shock of much that’s new. Occasionally the film does manage to rise above the expected and that’s when your spine will be at its tingliest. For the most part, though unexceptional, it remains solid, scary and neatly crafted fun ideal for fans of such diversions.
Performance-wise, everyone looks appropriately strung out, with Wilson’s wild-eyed mental act a particular draw. Though not particularly subtle, the comedy stylings of Sampson and Whannell consistently amuse, plus it’s nice to see horror veteran Lin Shaye returning - no mean feat considering she died at the end of Chapter One.
Having shot nothing but back-to-back frighteners for some time now, James Wan is currently enjoying a change, rather than a rest, by helming high-octane actioner Fast & Furious 7. Though personally we’d rather he be applying his talents to a zombie chiller, or some sort of apocalyptic pandemic thriller, if he needs a spritz of Vin Diesel in his tank to recharge his batteries, then so be it.