There is something a bit unusual about “Insidious Chapter 3” because a psychic, Elise Rainer, warns a girl about the dangers of contacting her deceased mother, saying “If you call to one of the dead, all of them can hear you.” So, interestingly, she gives a warning against contact with the dead, although the girl, Quinn (Stefanie Scott), does not heed the warning. There is a price to pay for “opening up a door,” and Quinn is tormented and possessed by a demon spirit. The demon makes her violent, and she attacks her dad and others throughout the movie. One nice feature of the film is that Quinn’s dad, Sean (Dermot Mulroney), is portrayed as a good father, fighting his daughter’s foe as hard as he can.
There are viewers who enjoy jump scenes (this movie has plenty of those) and being frightened, and this movie is certainly that kind of film. The demonic powers that antagonize Quinn are dangerous, and Quinn learns that the hard way. The film does make a point about families not leaving anything unsaid to their loved ones. However, due to the strong occult theme, strong language, and violence, we are unable to recommend “Insidious Chapter 3” as a family-friendly movie.