Annabelle Comes Home ANNABELLE COMES HOME (2019) Starring Mckenna Grace, Madison Iseman, Katie Sarife, Patrick Wilson, Vera Farmiga, Michael Cimino, Stephen Blackehart, Steve Coulter, Samara Lee, Joseph Bishara, Paul Dean, Anthony Wemyss, Luca Luhan, Kenzie Caplan, Emily Brobst, Joanna Bartling, Brittany Hoza, Alison White, Bob Telford, Sara Raftery, Huiquan Cai and Gary-7. Screenplay by Gary Dauberman. Directed by Gary Dauberman. Distributed by New Line Cinema. 106 minutes.
Hangman HANGMAN (2017) Starring Karl Urban, Al Pacino, Brittany Snow, Joe Anderson, Sarah Shahi, Michael Papajohn, Chelle Ramos, Jules Haven, Jermaine Rivers, Odessa Rae, Stephanie Enderby, Steve Coulter, Matt Mercurio, Sydney Shea Barker, Sloane Warren, Dwayne Boyd, Katelyn Farrugia, Scott Parks and Michael Rose. Screenplay by Charles Huttinger and Michael Caissie. Directed by Johnny Martin. Distributed by Saban Films. 98 minutes. Rated R. It’s been a long while since seeing
Insidious: Chapter 2 INSIDIOUS: CHAPTER 2 (2013) Starring Patrick Wilson, Rose Byrne, Lin Shaye, Barbara Hershey, Ty Simpkins, Leigh Whannell, Angus Sampson, Steve Coulter, Andrew Astor, Hank Harris, Jocelin Donahue, Lindsay Seim, Danielle Bisutti, Tyler Griffin, Garrett Ryan and Tom Fitzpatrick. Screenplay by Leigh Whannell. Directed by James Wan. Distributed by FilmDistrict. 105 minutes. Rated PG-13. The original Insidious film in 2011 was a low-budget sleeper hit. So it is
Rose Byrne Returns to a Place That Is Insidious by Jay S. Jacobs Australian actress Rose Byrne has done just about everything in her young career – TV, movies, comedy, drama, period pieces, blockbusters, indies, horror – but Insidious: Chapter 2 is the first time she has revisited a character in a sequel. It's rather shocking that an actress who is so young has been working for almost 20 years and done well over 40 roles, including such diverse smashes as Bridesmaids, Star Wa
Patrick WIlson at the New York press day for “Insidious: Chapter 2” at the Waldorf-Astoria. Photo copyright 2013 Jay S. Jacobs. Patrick Wilson Conjuring Up Something Insidious by Jay S. Jacobs If Patrick Wilson has been looking a little haunted lately, it is not just a coincidence. In the last few years, Wilson and horror director James Wan (Saw, Death Sentence) have teamed up on three films in which Wilson has played a family man who must deal with ghosts, demons and spirits