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Horror Week – 3 Best Horror Movie Trailers For VR Headset

3 Top Horror Movie Trailers Available for VR Headset

Horror Movie Trailers are not easy to find but I have went to the trouble to get them all in one place. Just in time to set you in the Halloween mood.

1. Horror Movie Trailers : The Insidious 3

The Insidious 2 Horror IamVR Virtual reality trailer Horror Movie Trailers

Plot summary

A few years before the events of the first film, retired parapsychologist, Elise Rainier (Lin Shaye), reluctantly uses her spiritual ability to contact the spirit of Quinn Brenner’s (Stefanie Scott) mother, Lillith, who died a year before. However, she urges Quinn not to make contact with her mother again after she senses that the spirit is not Lillith. Quinn begins to see a mysterious figure waving at her from a distance, and following her unsuccessful attempt to win an audition for a prestigious drama school, she is hit by a car and briefly flatlines before waking up with her legs cast.

The accident leaves Quinn stuck in her apartment with her father, Sean (Dermot Mulroney), and younger brother, Alex (Tate Berney). The demonic figure continues to haunt her, becoming increasingly malevolent as time progresses and leaving Quinn with her neck injured after the demon flings her around her bedroom. Sean tries to convince Elise, who like him is still grieving after the loss of her husband Jack, to help his daughter, but Elise declines, stating that her previous visits to the “dark” spiritual world made her realize that an evil spirit is hunting to kill her. However, she is convinced by her fellow parapsychologist, Carl (Steve Coulter), to continue using her spiritual ability, reminding her about her successful case involving Josh Lambert and stating that she is stronger than any spirits or demons because she is living and they are not.

Here are few options for download the app:

iOS app available on iTunes

Google app for Android

If you do not have a VR headset you can still watch it here in your browser:

Source: Wikipedia

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