No, I don't own Insidious on Laserdisc. I'll get to James Wan's "haunted house" thriller in a minute. First, I want to let everyone know that I have a stack of Laserdiscs for sale. If you're interested in buying one (or two or all of them), drop me an e-mail. My e-mail address is located in the upper right-hand corner of every page. I thought I'd give my readership the first crack at these goodies before I list them on eBay. I haven't priced them yet, so we'll just work something out. Obviously, certain titles are worth more than others. They are all in good condition. I would categorize them as "like new."
Here is what I have...
The English Patient
The X-Files (episodes "Colony" and "End Game")
Men in Black
The Mirror Has Two Faces
The Lost World ('97)
One Fine Day
Speed 2: Cruise Control
As for Insidious, I rented it last night...on Blu-ray! Yeah, that's right. I don't plan on reviewing it, but I will say that I liked it quite a bit. James Wan rocks the party that rocks the party. The imagery was stylish, the demons/ghosts were uber-creepy and the cast was dependable. There were a few cliches that rubbed me the wrong way (does every monster need an ironic theme song?), but all in all, Insidious clicked as a modern day Poltergeist.
Raw review tomorrow. Be there.
Posted by Dom Coccaro at 8:05 PM