posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 02:22 PM
So I watched Insidious and figured it would be a regular ghost/demon movie, and was quite bored since I knew that the main character (the dad) was the
missing piece of this movie in the beginning.
To my surprise it turned out to be about astral projection, and the scary people and demons (with hooves, a tail, and red face) who are awaiting for
those who decide to try to get to the next level, apparently even those who A.P without fully knowing that there doing it.
Not only did they try to be to in your face about it, but tried to say that children especially are susceptible to this and can be dragged into the
scary world of those that who choose to do harm, or take to cause harm in the "real" world, by saying that the father had the gift as well but was
followed by a "women" as a child and was almost taken.
This to me was another form of brainwashing people into not trying to look into A.P, but that if your kid has a vivid imagination, they to can fall
victim to not only the creepy guy in a van, but to a whole new dimension of scary things.
This made me think of parents that have children that tell great tales from dreams, and imagination/day dreaming, and begin to scare children away
from following or enjoying their dreams. Would people actually begin to deprive their children from having beautiful dreams of wonderful places,
because a movie told them that there are many dangers in a dream? I think so.
I was wondering what others got from this film.
BTW, this is my personal view/understanding of this film.