INSIDIOUS : CHAPTER 2 (2013) : REVIEW
September 24, 2013
"In my line of work things tend to happen when it gets dark."
James Wan is probably one of those directors who is able to deliver real gosebumps into your thick skin and manage to make you sleep under your blanket after (well, not that exaggerating). His ability to conjure low budget into a box-office smasher film is now well-known. His directing technique, as in the spirits' revelation, is impeccable and he's mastered the oldschool-classic horror formula, like the creaking door, swaying chandelier, flickering lights and candles, closet peek-a-boo, squawking radio trasmitter and stuffs. His previous works like Saw, Insidious, and the latest (groundbreaking) The Conjuring were considered bad-ass in the horror cohort. Now, as the expectations rise higher, will he be able to exceed his previous?