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  • Trailer for Insidious
  • Clip: To Bring Dalton Back

Movie Info & Cast


Josh and Renai have a happy family with their three young children. When tragedy strikes their young son, Josh and Renai begin to experience things that science cannot explain.


  • Patrick Wilson
  • Rose Byrne
  • Ty Simpkins
  • Lin Shaye
  • Leigh Whannell
  • Angus Sampson
  • Barbara Hershey
  • Andrew Astor
  • Corbett Tuck
  • Heather Tocquigny

Did You Know?


  • (at around 30 minutes) When Josh Lambert (Patrick Wilson) is dismissing his class, the names "Joe Hui", "Heather Michel", "Lisa Cabello", "Kaylee Fisher", "James Wan X2", "Yesim Osman" and "Leslie Borchard" can be seen written on a detention list (Tuesday) on the chalkboard. Joseph Hui and Lisa Cabello were crafties for this film, Heather Michel and Kaylee Fisher were set dressers, Leslie Borchard was a hairstylist, and Yesim 'Shimmy' Osman was the hair department head; the Director James Wan will be doubly punished. Two minutes later, the names on the detention list (Thursday) are "Rick Osaka", "Jeanette Brill", "Jen Spence", "Kate Mallor" and "Renetta Amador". Rick Osako was the unit production manager for this film, Jeanette Volturno (Jeanette Volturno-Brill) was the line producer, Jennifer Spence was the art director, Kate Mallor was a set dresser and Renetta G. Amador was the script supervisor.
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  • (at around 14 mins) At the beginning when Dalton falls, after trying to turn the light on, Josh runs up to go see if he is okay. When Josh is sitting on the couch playing with his newborn his shirt is untucked, unbuttoned, and he has no tie on. When Josh reaches Dalton to pick him up, his shirt is tucked, buttoned, and has a tie on.
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    • Elise Reiner: It's not the house that is haunted. It's your son.
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Mar 31, 2011

A concerted effort to make a scary movie without spilling a drop of blood, Insidious is earnest to the point of suffocation about scaring you silly.

Metacritic review by Michelle Orange
Michelle Orange
Mar 31, 2011

Nicely acted by all and photographed in creepy, cold, under-lit tones.

Metacritic review by Michael Phillips
Michael Phillips
Chicago Tribune
Mar 27, 2011

Successful to a point (though seemingly unaware of the chuckles it produces in between shrieks), the movie has strong prospects with genre audiences but won't spawn a phenomenon resembling the filmmakers' previous franchise.

Metacritic review by John DeFore
John DeFore
The Hollywood Reporter