- New York Times
A psychological-supernatural thriller that's light on thrills.
Mike Hale - New York Times
From its unexciting transference of psychic powers to its dull police procedure to the way one secondary cop character wears a fedora two sizes too big, this thriller is late-night-cable bad through and through.
Joe Dziemianowicz - New York Daily News
Tired story and pacing issues turn this into just another generic supernatural thriller.
Matt Joseph - We Got This Covered
It's not terrible... just weak.
Kevin Carr - 7M Pictures
Watching InSight is like realizing that menacing shadow on your wall is being cast by nothing more than an ill placed stuffed animal. It has no real claws, no real fangs, and ultimately no real bite.
Steve "Uncle Creepy" Barton - Dread Central