Season 03, Episode 6 – Stories We Tell Our Young
Nick and Hank deal with an apparent case of demon possession involving the Wesen Council. Elsewhere, Rosalee struggles with her loyalties; and Capt. Renard attends to family matters.
Season 02, Episode 10 – Supreme Like Me
Jackie’s folks help Marty and Debbie clean up after a water pipe bursts in their house, but their camaraderie gets on Jackie’s nerves. Meanwhile, Larry continues his job search to prove to his in-laws that he can support a family.
Season 02, Episode 6 – The Safety Dance
Carrie develops writer’s block, and Weaver’s efforts to help her do more harm than good. Elsewhere, surprising news bonds Maggie and Sebastian; and Walt worries about his personal safety when Bennet moves into a shady neighborhood.
Season 9, Episode 11 – The Spark in the Park
A nationally ranked gymnast is murdered and her remains are hit by lightning and strewn about a public park, and evidence suggests she was leading a double life, but Booth is more puzzled by Brennan’s empathy for the victim’s father. Meanwhile, Cam confronts the woman who stole her identity.
Season 03, Episode 10 – Spanking
Bud’s harsh method of disciplining Boyd doesn’t sit well with Kristin, Ryan and—to Bud’s surprise—Mike. Elsewhere, Kyle is displeased with the hat Mandy gives him, fearing she’s trying to make him fit a certain image.
In 1986, a medium named Carl calls upon his friend Elise to help discover what is haunting Lorraine Lambert’s son, Josh. After hypnotizing Josh, Elise attempts to find the location of Josh’s “friend” (an old woman who appears in photographs of Josh) through playing Hot or Cold. After warnings from Josh, Elise makes her way to his bedroom closet and is scratched along the arm. As a result, Lorraine, Carl, and Elise agree that making Josh forget his astral projection abilities is the best thing to do. Twenty-five years later, Josh’s wife Renai is under questioning by a police detective about the death of Elise. Unsettled by the theory that her husband is a killer, Renai rejoins with her family as they relocate to Lorraine’s house….
The film introduces a new character, Carl, who helps the Lambert family locate the Bride in Black. Carl was first called by Lorraine Lambert to help her son when he was a boy. Carl felt like he was unequipped to help, which is when Elise came into the picture. Though she was strangled to death in the last movie, the crew tries to connect with her from the other side to hopefully find some answers, and while they do find the medium they also conjure up something much more darker and, indeed, insidious…
Insidious: Chapter 2 makes nifty use of the tropes it exploited the first time around with the “boo!”s and screams coming from implied terror. That’s not to say there aren’t an abundance of truly creepy ghosts and specters to ogle. The returning cast also includes Rose Byrne as Josh’s wife and Barbara Hershey as his mother, along with the comic-relief ghostbusters Angus Sampson and writer Whannell. Also lending her spirit is Lin Shaye as the helpful medium who saves the day again, even though she died the first time around. Perhaps not quite as insidiously engaging as the first installment, Chapter 2 will nevertheless insinuate itself into your scare center with the effectiveness of a chemical formula.
The famed horror team of director James Wan and writer Leigh Whannell reunite with the original cast of Patrick Wilson, Rose Byrne, Lin Shaye and Ty Simpkins in INSIDIOUS: CHAPTER 2, a terrifying sequel to the acclaimed horror film, which follows the haunted Lambert family as they seek to uncover the mysterious childhood secret that has left them dangerously connected to the spirit world.