Insidious: Chapter 3 Synopsis
This chilling prequel, set before the haunting of the Lambert family, reveals how gifted psychic Elise Rainier (Lin Shaye) reluctantly agrees to use her ability to contact the dead in order to help a teenage girl (Stefanie Scott).
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Movie Reviews


By sammavitia

Insidious 3

By Kmdc93
Jump scares galore, perfect timing, and great storyline!...

So scary!

By tifflife
I love the jump factor this movie has from beginning to the end. Don't think it's over until the credits start rolling....


By wardellward
that movie was scary I almost wet myself...

totally worth it

By tg76543
Awesome jump scares! Grab some tissues, there are some emotional parts that have you really connect with the characters. OH - ELISE IS A BAD*SS!!...

Brilliantly Horrifying

By lcann
Everything about this movie was amazing. It was scary, disturbing, and kept the adrenline rush going. Don't listen to the bad reviews and negativity. GO SEE THIS MOVIE....

Keep us on the edge of our seats!!!

By marcgriff32921
Out of the three I think this is the best one yet! Enjoyed the movie in all,haven't been on edge from a horror movie in a while ,definitely a must watch!...

Absolutely terrifying.

By maddie1999
There was not one point in the movie where you weren't being scared to death. This movie did a fantastic job of connecting itself to the other two Insidious movies. This is a definite must-see for...

Fan.......(wait for it) tastic

By adrien80
I love scary movies and, lately, everything that promises to scare the pants off of me fails. So predictable and lame are today's movies. Not this movie. Well, this was awesome! Go see it....

Great Scary Movie

By villanuevajeff87
Better than the 1st two.. the first to were great as well but chapter 3 takes the cake.. great build up to the scary scenes.....

More Info

Rated PG-13 | For Violence, Frightening Images, Some Language and Thematic Elements
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Nothing new, but surprisingly effective, scary prequel.
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