It is probably one of, if not the scariest scene. When violence appears, the movie doesn't use it to scare or sicken. SEX/NUDITY 1 - A man and a young woman kiss. the demon walks over and slowly closes it then jumps into the screen. var zergnet = document.createElement('script'); Our ratings and reviews are based on the theatrically-released versions of films; on video there are often Unrated, Special, Director's Cut or Extended versions, (usually accurately labelled but sometimes mislabeled) released that contain additional content, which we did not review. One jump scene depicts a woman getting a demonic face. With Patrick Wilson, Rose Byrne, Ty Simpkins, Lin Shaye, Steve Coulter, Leigh Whannell, Angus Sampson, Andrew Astor and Barbara Hershey. | | All the horror movies I've seen in order of how much I like them, Rated PG-13 for thematic material, violence, terror and frightening images, and brief strong language. ► A young girl hears voices while she is locked in a dark basement, she unlocks a door and a bony hand comes out to retrieve the key and the girl breathes heavily and her eyes roll back into her head. A man drinks several glasses of whiskey in a few scenes, and a man drinks beer from a bottle. ► In three séances, a psychic enters a trance, gasps, and shudders: In one scene, she says that she had a vision of a teen girl tormented by demons (we see the woman at home, where she awakens at night with a loud gasp and shout). ► An elderly woman tells a teen girl, "The man who can't breathe, the man who lives in the vents, I heard him saying your name." Insidious (I) (2010) Parents Guide Add to guide . A girl crawls around with stumps for arms and legs and no face (not bloody, but highly disturbing). A young woman is shown on a stretcher and in the hospital later with a bloody face and her neck in a brace. The f-word is used once by the lead female character. znscr.parentNode.insertBefore(zergnet, znscr); ► Two evil entities attack people via choking in several scenes: One entity is a thin corpse-looking man with extremely wrinkled gray-tinged skin, beady eyes, a mouth dripping black goo, a dirty hospital gown, and spindly legs (he wears a breathing mask and is called "The Man Who Cannot Breathe") and he leaves sticky footprints like smudgy oil slicks on floors, up walls, and out broken-out windows; the other entity is a white-faced old woman with black wrinkles, dressed in a wide, floor length taffeta wedding dress. A woman enters a short trance, coming back out of it terrified and determines that an evil entity following a teen girl is not the spirit of her deceased mother, but a demon set to steal her soul with the help of a ghoulish supernatural army. Then, as the camera switches back to Elise, the Red-Faced Demon from the original film races up behind her out of the shadows. THE ASSIGNED NUMBERS Plot Keywords. A boy falls off a ladder and bumps his forehead, we see no damage but the next morning he is in a coma that lasts for months; we see the boy at home in a hospital bed with a heart monitor and oxygen mask attached, along with two IV lines. 1 F-word, 1 sexual reference, 12 mild obscenities, name-calling (crazy, stressed, nut-jobs, parasite, bad guy, dog and pony show). Several cases are shown with the personal effects of dead people along with their skulls. We welcome suggestions & criticisms -- and we accept compliments too. VIOLENCE/GORE 6 - A teen girl looks at a boxy brown ghost at the end of a street and a pickup truck slams into her back and her body skids along the pavement as a woman screams; the girl suffers severe injuries and the camera cuts to a hospital corridor, where techs cut away her bloody jeans and a doctor says that he sees multiple compound fractures in both legs (we see some blood on a knee, but no open wounds and her shirt is very bloody and a dried streak of blood trails from her nose to her ear); the girl flatlines and we see her in another world, dark and empty and she gasps loudly at a demon with a large beak and then she revives. A man becomes enraged when his young daughter says that she is seeing ghosts in the house; he raises his cane and slams her in the back (we hear a thud) and she cries as he picks her up and locks her in a dark basement. Violence & Gore. Several people fend off ghosts trying to enter a house through the front door, a closet door, and a kitchen drawer (we see only a child's green hand there); they shout and scream and one of the men falls down several times, but no one is injured. A demon grabs a woman by the throat and she screams. Lights dim in a house near a penitentiary and a young boy says, "They're frying someone." | var znscr = document.getElementsByTagName('script')[0]; Fairly disturbing and violent. Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking. We hear that a teen girl's mother died from cancer and a woman's husband died by suicide recently. Please try again later. It turns out that it is not her husband, and she uses the weapon to attack the ghost. A man flirts with a young woman in a few scenes. We welcome suggestions & criticisms -- and we accept compliments too. A prequel set before the haunting of the Lambert family that reveals how gifted psychic Elise Rainier reluctantly agrees to use her ability to contact the dead in order to help a teenage girl who has been targeted by a dangerous supernatural entity. A woman's bare back is shown and we see lash marks. We were unable to submit your evaluation. We've gone through several editorial changes since we started covering films in 1992 and older reviews are not as complete & accurate as recent ones; we plan to revisit and correct older reviews as resources and time permits. A woman walks through a dark house and sees something run across the hall in the dark. While we read all emails & try to reply we do not always manage to do so; be assured that we will not share your e-mail address. A teen girl tearfully approaches a psychic, because she thinks her dead mother is trying to contact her and the psychic says, "If you call out to one of the dead, all of them can hear you."