Insidious: Chapter 3

Insidious: Chapter 3 (2015)

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Corrected entry: Quinn gets her legs run over by a car. She is told that any overt exertion on her part will make her legs permanently irreparable. When she is possessed, the entity makes her smash her legs on posts to open up the cast around them, and when it tries to make her walk her legs are observed snapping. After the demonic problems of the film are resolved, the demon's actions in her body don't appear to have done any damage.

Correction: We never actually see what happens to Quinn's legs after being saved. After she breaks the casts, she spends literally the rest of the film confined to a chair. So we don't know whether or not she suffered permanent damage based on what happened.

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