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If its not the house thats haunted then who or what is haunted Insidious The history of the horror genre of films is long and extensive From the demented Norman Bates of Alfred Hitchcocks Psycho to the immoral slasher from John Carpenters Halloween to the twisted torturer from James Wans Saw the horror genre continues to evolve Another film directed by James Wan called Insidious has joined the ranks of the genre but not to the satisfaction of some critics Despite the critism that Insidious relied on bad sound effects clichd story lines and had a flat second half each component had a relevant reason that makes the film stand out from the other horror films The movie follows a young couple and their small family that moves into a large new home The couples eldest son falls into a coma-like sleep that puzzles doctors Shortly after the family begins to experience bone chilling supernatural events While the father is at work the mother plays the piano next to a baby monitor She stops when she hears a mans deep voice shout followed by her daughter crying on the other end of the monitor She runs upstairs to check on the baby but there is no intruder The next night the family is awaken by their house alarm sounding After closing the front door resetting the alarm and inspecting the house for a burglar the father turns around and the door flies open and sets the alarm off again The next day the mother goes upstairs to check on the baby and sees a tall man with a white face standing behind the crib She screams for her husband and when he arrives the man is gone Fed up with these disturbing ordeals the family hires a psychic who reveals that the house is not haunted Demons are trying to
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