Like "boohoo someone doesn't like a movie I do so I'll call them a hipster"? Yea, fuck off. I don't care if someone likes a certain movie or not but don't act like you're so fucking cool for liking it that anyone that doesn't is immediately trying to be cooler than you.
*Updated 3/11 w/ FEMALE TEACHER IN FRONT OF THE STUDENTS disc review
I really do NOT see why they have to put a sequel to everything.
LEAVE FILMS ALONE... think up something on your own dammit!
WTF.... If they do a sequel they are just going to ruin it. Right now, Insidious is a good horror movie, best I've seen in 10 years EASILY.
Once they make a sequel, it dies. Horror movies should never have sequels unless they are going to wind up being classics like Halloween, Nightmare on Elm St. or the Jason movies.
Insidious is NEVER going to be a series like that.
DONT FUCK IT UP MAN
Welcome to my world Bitch. Dean Winchester: You know what, there's a ton of lore on unicorns too. In fact, I hear that they ride on silver moonbeams, and that they shoot rainbows out of their ass! Sam Winchester: Wait, there's no such thing as unicorns? "I'm Amazing. I'm Batman!"
Rogue the Vampirate, I actually trust Wan and Whanell. All the sequels you listed sucked because they weren't being handled by the original creators. Halloween 2 was alright(at least I thought so). Most of the others were just handed off to other directors/writers, which is how most sequels are made. Still, there are a few good sequels out there(Aliens).
Besides, with Wan and Whanell doing the sequel, they can stick closely to their vision of what they want Insidious(the idea or even a series) to be without the concept being watered down by other minds who want to take it in the directions THEY think is more fitting. That's what happens with most sequels. Hell, that's what happens with reboots too.
I thought it was great. I think they should've avoided the silly CGI on the red-headed demon (like the forked tongue and the running on the wall... one of the most awesome parts was just the creature standing behind Patrick Wilson, and the moment where it stands in the shadows in the corner of the kid's room), but I'm up for a sequel. I'm curious where they'll take it. The poster for the first one was terrible though... the kid just standing there. Why not the witch lady with the candle? There are a lot better images that would've got me to see the film sooner... plus, that kinda spoils something.
I got really excited when I heard about the sequel cause I really liked the first film but i heard that it was going to have the same actors in it which makes me wonder if they're going to explain what happened at the end of "Insidious" because Rose Byrne's character already knows who her "husband" really is