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[Movie] Insidious Movie Collection (1-4)


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[Movie] Insidious Movie Collection (1-4)


Released to a positive response from critics and audiences alike, as well as a healthy box office, Insidious kick-started a very profitable film series. But how many Insidious movies are there and what is the best viewing order


In terms of the Insidious movie timeline, the third and fourth films are prequels, with the events of each film taking place before Insidious, Insidious: Chapter 2 and Insidious: Fear the Dark. Therefore, if you wish to watch the Insidious films in chronological order, this is how they should be viewed:


The Paranormal Activity: 6 Movie Blu-ray Collection includes six movies, including: Paranormal Activity, Paranormal Activity 2, Paranormal Activity 3, Paranormal Activity 4, Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones, and Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension.


Parents need to know that Insidious is one of the most terrifying scary horror movies in some time, and it's not recommended for younger teens (or anyone without a high tolerance for "jump" scenes). There's some blood, as well as some arguing and yelling, and a young boy is in jeopardy throughout the movie (he's separated from his parents, which may add to the anxiety for some kids -- even teens). But most of the horror is in the form of the stuff that nightmares are made of: darkness, shadows, and noises. It's very scary. Language is fairly light but does include one use of "f--k"; there's no sex, drugs, or drinking content of note.


Surprisingly, after the ultra-gory Saw movies, Wan and Whannell choose here to go the old-fashioned route and rely on half-glimpsed images, darkness, shadows, and noises for their scares -- which are really more effective, anyway. And the characters are flawed in a deliberate and interesting way, resulting in some good performances. Hershey and Shaye especially get in some interesting moments.


I was confused on what movie series I should actually start this one with, like my mind was pondering in doing Harry Potter, because as far as I am concerned the first movie series that comes to mind when I think of sequel Saga is honestly Harry Potter!


The first movie is based on a family, whose son suddenly goes into a comatose state for many months. Over the passing time, the family becomes victim to many instances of spirits and otherworldly souls making appearances and sometimes scaring them in their homes in unexplainable manners.


This fourth movie and currently the last movie in this series (although we do not know if we will get any more releases from this series) focuses more on Elise, her childhood and her gift as she comes to terms with some incidents in her childhood.


Says Pascal of the difficulties faced by women making mainstream movies: "For a woman to direct a movie in Hollywood, she has to go through so many layers of rejection by the powers that be -- I suppose including myself -- that it is harder to get to that point. So you can't just create something. And I think there is a whole unconscious mountain... I think that the whole system is geared for them to fail and we're going to have to change a lot of what we do in order for that to happen... The most important thing in the job that we do here is to make movies about women where they are characters that have consequences in the story. They can be villains, they can be protagonists, I don't care, but their movements, their actions, what they do in the plot has to actually matter. And that's the most important thing, because young girls coming up are going to see that they matter, that you're not an appendage to someone else, that you're not married to the person, not their sister or friend or girlfriend. You actually are the plot." 1e1e36bf2d






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