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Terrifyingly Familiar Trailer For Insidious: Chapter 3

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If you like your scary movies entirely predictable and about as scary as a bowl of potpourri, then you’re going to love Insidious Chapter 3.

By the look of the new trailer for the prequel to the Insidious franchise, the movie is going to be a series of horror movie clichés strung together by lots of loud crashing noises.

There is one quite brilliant genre-changing idea in the trailer though. A young girl peers nervously under her bed and then, you won’t believe this, there’s something on TOP OF HER BED!!

Frightening.

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