I’m not sure what the hell is going on in my head, but it feels like I have an uncontrollable urge to say the word “Insane” over and over and keep repeating it.
And that’s saying something, considering this is the first Insane movie I’ve seen.
This is the movie that changed my life.
It was a bit of a gamble to see the movie in theaters, and it’s not exactly an easy one to recommend.
But it’s an entertaining one nonetheless.
I was blown away by how well it captured the spirit of the original, even though I’ve never been a fan of the Insane franchise (and I have been for the past few years).
The plot of the film is a mix of true crime and paranormal investigations, which is exactly what the characters do.
A psychic is hired to investigate a mysterious event in Elm Street that has a lot to do with a serial killer named Al Capone.
When he returns, he discovers that a group of women were taken over by the killer and that the police and FBI have been trying to find the killer for the last 40 years.
(We get a good bit of backstory from the first movie, so it’s easy to see why this is a good story.)
After some detective work and a bit more trial and error, the FBI finally discovers the killer’s identity and finally gets him to stop his act.
And then the movie plays out like a horror film, with the suspense building to a fever pitch.
The ending is not exactly satisfying, but there are some neat twists, like a man with a cane who is in possession of a giant, glowing, silver orb that causes him to fly around and scare people.
I’m guessing the film was meant to be frightening, but that’s just the nature of horror films.
It’s a pretty solid movie, but I would’ve liked a little more direction.
Some scenes were a bit repetitive, while others felt like they were made for television.
Still, it’s a fun, action-packed movie with a lot of good ideas.
If you’ve seen the first two movies, you should check it out, but if you haven’t, you’ll want to give it a shot.