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'Insidious' Clips Arrive: To Bring Dalton Back

March 14, 2011 (9:00 am) GMT
As Patrick Wilson's Josh feels helpless about helping his son Dalton, Rose Byrne's Renai refuses to give up.
'Insidious' Clips Arrive: To Bring Dalton Back

Four new clips from a new horror movie "" have been revealed. One footage features 's Josh and 's Renai coming to the rescue of their son Dalton when he suddenly screams from the attic of their house. Another clip gives a look at Renai crying by the side of Dalton's hospital bed. Her devastated feeling is soon replaced by horrified one when she finds a clawed hand-print under his blanket.

There is also a clip of Josh and Renai seeking alternative help from someone other than the doctor. "Your son isn't in coma," so they are told. "Falling off the ladder had nothing to do with it. His physical body is here, but his spiritual body is not. And ... it's not the house that's haunted, it's your son."

Finds out what Josh and Renai do to help bring back Dalton when the horror movie arrives in U.S. theaters on April 1. The film comes from the men behind "" franchise and "". Leigh Whannell who wrote the first three "Saw" films wrote the script, and "Paranormal Activity" producers, Jason Blum, Oren Peli and Steven Schneider, once again team up to produce this movie.

To Bring Dalton Back:



He's Not in Coma:



It's Not the House That's Haunted:



It's Off Limits Now:



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