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The Insidious 2 trailer

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One of the most surprisingly profitable films of the past few years, 2011 horror Insidious made an astonishing $97 million worldwide from a tiny $1.5 million budget.

Given that margin and given the genre, it's no surprise that a sequel is on the way.

The rather important sounding Insidious Chapter 2 has just dropped its first trailer and we're not embarrassed to admit that we're a little bit scared already. Well okay, if you watch it and claim the opposite, we'll pretend we were joking all along. Deal?

The film brings back Rose Byrne and Patrick Wilson as a couple who find their family at siege from some evil spirits.

Insidious Chapter 2 hits cinemas September 13

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