An Ohio theater played the horror film 'Insidious 3' for an audience of children.
Different kinds of monsters. (via YouTube)
Five kids in Middletown, Ohio were traumatized by a movie theater mix-up, and the woman who brought them is as angry as a personified cartoon emotion.
Jazmyn Moore posted a story to the Facebook page of the Journal-News about an incident that happened at Danbarry Cinema. She took five young kids to see the new Pixar movie Inside Out, an inspiring animated film about a little girl and the emotions that live in her head. Instead, the theater accidentally screened Insidious: Chapter 3, a horror movie about a teenage girl whose soul is gradually eaten by a demon.
Then again, both movies are about girls, and they both begin with "Insid," so they're basically the same. Right? Anybody?
Moore wrote in her post that “I got our money back but the damage is already done… my children are terrified and keep asking questions." That's too bad for her, but answering awkward questions is part of being a parent. Sooner or later, their bodies will begin to change and they'll want to know when their eyes will disappear. It's called The Talk, look it up.