The first "Insidious" film hit theaters in 2011 and went on to gross $97 million worldwide on a budget slightly higher than $1 million. "Insidious" became the most profitable movie of the year, which is why we got a sequel.
That sequel was released last weekend, earning $40 million, which is the second biggest opening of September. A third film is already in the works, and even though James Wan won't return to direct, FilmDistrict clearly has a successful franchise on its hands.
To expand the "Insidious" universe, the studio has now unveiled the first episode of "Specs and Tucker," which is a prequel web series focusing on the characters played by Leigh Whannell and Angus Sampson. In the series, Specs and Tucker explore the paranormal before they met the Lamberts.
PORN-FLYwrites: on September 19th, 2013 at 11:48:42 PM
i thought this was about a bunch of spanish guys and a pre-op transexual
Deaft0newrites: on September 20th, 2013 at 12:24:39 AM
They are basically a Scooby-Doo Ghostbusters duo as depicted in Insidious 2. Once you realize it was not a serious movie they were easier to put up with. But the ending was like someone stealing your Fleshlight™ at the precipice of an orgasm.
telurwrites: on September 20th, 2013 at 12:33:09 AM
Deaft0ne- Same thing happened in Insidious 1, completely changed the mood of the film and the genre, f*ck knows what Wan was thinking, I turned it off after an hour, garbage! The only real horror films being made now days are by Spaniards and Japanese.
seveltotowrites: on October 20th, 2017 at 5:08:57 PM