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Insidious: The Last Key

Insidious: The Last Key

05 Jan, 2018
1 hrs 43 mins
21,985 votes
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The fourth installment of the Insidious series takes us back in time, highlighting the time when Dr. Elise Rainier, in her youth, lived in her family home in New Mexico, faced her most fearsome haunting being haunted by a demonic spirit that pushed her deeper into the Further.
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Verdict: Plenty of jump scares that will haunt you for days. Elise Rainier is at it again! The parapsychologist of the popular Insidious series is back hunting ghosts in the fourth installment of the franchise - Insidious: The Last Key. The movie follows the events of its prequel, making this one the second movie chronologically. This time, Elise`s []... ...Read full review
2018 has got off to a fine start, hasnt it? Not a week has passed and already, two world leaders have threatened nuclear war on Twitter, everyones Aadhaar details are being sold online for the price of a pizza, and like clockwork, a terrible horror movie has come and parked itself at the cinema. ...Read full review
The story starts showing Elises (Lin Shaye) unhappy childhood and how she suffered from the special (or not so special) powers of interacting with spirits. Living with her lunatic dad, she gets beaten up every time she complains about demons she can see in the house. ...Read full review
Elise and her sidekicks (Leigh Whannell, Angus Sampson) are back to ghost-hunting but this time around the case is tricky. To help out a man who claims to feel the existence of a demon, Elise must visit her childhood house, where she faced physical and psychological assault at the hands of her own father. This rakes up her traumatic past and the demon she allegedly allowed to unleash as a child. How she tackles this harrowing situation forms the story. ...Read full review
Insidious: The Last Key, the fourth film in the franchise, serves as a finale in the canon, although it would be foolish to assume that there wont be any more sequels, considering the amount of money they make. The Last Key is a sequel to the 2015 prequel. We follow the demonologist Elise (Lin Shaye) who travels to her childhood home in New Mexico where there are reports of supernatural occurrences. ...Read full review
Insidious: The Last Key is a draggy, confusing sequel of Insidious Chapter 3 which offers nothing new and even the old formula of scaring the audience with a hideous demon seems stale. ...Read full review
The fourth movie in the Insidious franchise is the origin story, if you will, of Elise Rainier (Lin Shaye). We have come to know the character better over the past instalments. This time the story jumps between timelines ranging from her childhood, her teenage, to her older days. Little Elise`s "gifts" that led her to be a sexagenarian parapsychologist, bring tragedy to her family as the demon uses her to open the red door for the "entities." ...Read full review
`Insidious: The Last Key` explores the backstory of ghost buster Elise Rainier (Lin Shaye). Here, Elise is first introduced as a young girl living with her stern father (Josh Stewart), loving mother and brother. Turns out that Elise already had an ability of seeing the ghosts. It is then she unknowingly unlocks a mysterious door for the monster (a tall lanky beast with keys for fingers), which causes a tragedy to her family. ...Read full review
Thanks to my teenage kids, Ive become a fan of schlocky American horror films the ones with families in large suburban homes battling demons and spirits. All these homes have attics and basements and nothing good ever happens there. The best give you a few good jump scares they are the movie equivalent of a haunted house at a carnival good for screams and laughs. ...Read full review