8/6/11

Horror Movie DILF: Insidious



Name:  Josh Lambertt


Occupation: Teacher.


Family: Wife, Renai. Sons, Dalton & Foster. Daughter, Tess. 


Location: Unspecified suburb of Los Angeles California.


Why Is He a DILF?:  Josh is a boyishly handsome fellow who is secure enough in his masculinity to apply anti-wrinkle cream to his face before bed ... he loves his children, though he seems somewhat distant to his wife.  As a matter of fact, he stays late at his job for no other apparent reason than to avoid spending time with his better half...
In spite of his somewhat ambivalent feelings to the missus, Josh agrees to move out of the new home he just moved his family into when his wife insists that things are going bump in the night.  That said, he is loathe to admit that anything supernatural might be happening, in spite of the weird goings-on...oh, and he also looks great in boxer shorts ...
Finally, when confronted with the reality that his son's soul has been kidnapped by a lipstick obsessed daemon, and that he himself, has a ghostly past; Josh man's up in a big way and travels to the "other side" where he battles a host of ghoulies and ghosties and long-leggedy beasties to bring his beloved son's spirit back to the real world...
...unfortunately for Josh, his bravery comes at a terrible price...here's hoping a sequel is in the works that features how Josh's story ends.
Played by: (the always delectable) Patrick Wilson.



8 comments:

TheGirlWhoLovesHorror said...

DILF indeed! I've always loved this man and he just keeps getting hotter and hotter...

Pax Romano said...

Amen, sister, amen.

My only complaint was that he did not take his shirt off, once, in this movie. What's up with that?

Prospero said...

Love that movie. Love Patrick. I hope his new TV "psychic doctor" series is good.

Pax Romano said...

Prospero, I did not know that he had a television show in the works.

Emily said...

Also, he can sing!

Pax Romano said...

Emily, that I knew from his few musical moments in Six Feet Under...a man of many talents.

Rob said...

Holy crap, I loved this movie--and him! Yeah, he was a doll and I did NOT like how it ended up (if there's a sequel, I hope it good!). Did you find it unintentionally hilarious that the cameraman seemed slightly...um...OBSESSED with his grooming habits (wrinkle cream, brushing, flossing his teeth FOREVER)? Loved it !
And here's a few gratuitous shots of him in the altogether, just in case you haven't seen them before:
http://nopoboho.blogspot.com/2011/07/patrick-wilson-turns-38-today.html

P.S. Still having the computer issues with BLS (as well as few other sites in my favorites)all I get is tantalizing headlines in the sidebar, but I still can't open it. Miss your insights (I'd check it on a daily basis if I could) XXXOOO Rob

Gore-Gore Girl said...

Oh boy, no doubt! Naked and screwing in Little Children too.

Insidious, though, scared me shitless and I had a sleepless night. :(