Today’s guest post is by this guy:
Due to the fact that my husband has no desire to watch horror movies, my most frequent movie-buddy is this lovely Greyhound/German Shepherd (we call it a “shyhound”) mix, Connor. He is enthralled by television and movies, and usually will accompany me to watch any film. I asked him his thoughts about our most recent watch, Insidious Chapter 2, and here’s what he had to say (I had to type…because of paws).
“Well, Mama, I don’t know if I liked it. The first one I know I like because there were a lot of baby sounds and squeaky doors. Also I liked that song because it made my head go back and forth and you like to sing it a lot to me when we’re walking in the house and I follow you around because you might give me snacks or throw my squeaky beer bottle.
It wasn’t really hard to say what happened in it. First the mama goes to the police station and is talking about how the dada couldn’t have killed the old lady from the first movie (I like her too). That was kind of boring, but then they move into that old house with the dada’s mama and it’s really old and squeaky too so I liked it. Also the baby had a toy that went around and sang and made flashes, and I liked that too. Maybe you can get one of those for me?
There was some other lady with a white face, and I didn’t like her because she yelled a lot. When people yell a lot I get kinda uncomfortable. That’s why I grumble and hide my head under the blanket. Because I don’t like it.
So the lady was the mama of the lady from the first movie who killed the lady who talks to ghosts. The one with the black clothes and the white face and the candle. You were walking in the other room or something and then there was a part where we find out that the lady with the candle is actually a man with a candle and he killed people–I remember because you said, “Oooooohhhh….”and you were in the kitchen so I thought maybe it was because you found snacks, so I came in except you didn’t give me any snacks.
Then they walked around in the dark a lot so I took a nap.
At the end they were ok but then they went to some other people who had little kids (the kids didn’t make any noises, but I would have definitely accepted bellies rubs from them). And then the talks-to-ghosts lady said, “Oh My God,” and I don’t know why. Maybe you know why, Mama, because you yelled, “OH COME ON!” and it made me kinda uncomfortable but I wasn’t in trouble so it was ok.
I’d give it maybe 1 paw up because the ending was kinda dumb and also I don’t know how the kid could fall asleep in the basement with that guy hitting the door over and over. I mean, I’d be barking a lot if I were that kid. Anyway…can we go for a walk now?