Just running down the filmographies of both Patrick Wilson and Lin Shaye in doing my prep work to talk to them about INSIDIOUS: CHAPTER 2 reminded me of just how many films they’ve been in individually that I’ve enjoyed over the years. With Wilson, my appreciation for his work goes back to HARD CANDY, a small little film about sexual predators that put him, Ellen Page and director David Slade on the map. From there, LAKEVIEW TERRACE, WATCHMEN, THE A-TEAM, INSIDIOUS, YOUNG ADULT, THE CONJURING… See… you probably didn’t even realize how many films on his resume you could cross off your list of enjoyable movies either. As for Lin Shaye, she’s been doing this for awhile, appearing in Wes Craven’s A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET, and doing plenty of work for the Farrelly brothers over the years, starting with DUMB & DUMBER and going all the way to their recent efforts on THE THREE STOOGES. Oh, and let me not forget her role in DETROIT ROCK CITY, which unfortunately gets overlooked far too often as just a Kiss movie. Having worked together for the first time on the breakout horror hit INSIDIOUS two years ago for director James Wan, Wilson and Shaye are back for the sequel, reprising their roles as Josh and Elise in the follow-up that once again deals with astral projection, possession and The Further. Teamed up for an interview, I got the chance to sit down with the duo to talk about INSIDIOUS: CHAPTER 2, including their feelings on doing a sequel to the original, their experiences working with James Wan in the horror genre again and the distinct differences between both films in the series. And, for good measure, I brought up one of the most terrifying movie moments I’ve ever seen in my life, courtesy of Lin Shaye. Enjoy.