Once again into the Darkness
Well, that was a twist I wasn’t expecting. Insidious: The Last Key brought some interesting differences to the series. And sometimes when you’re expecting one thing you get another.
Insidious: The Last Key – Horror Movie
Drawn back to her childhood home in New Mexico, parapsychologist Dr. Elise Rainier faces the place where the terror began. Initially refusing the request for help from the current occupants she eventually changes her mind and with her assistants makes the journey to meet the evil entity that tormented her through her childhood.
Starring Lin Shaye (Insidious, Ouija: Origin of Evil), Leigh Whannell (Insidious, Saw), Angus Sampson (Mad Max: Fury Road, Insidious), Kirk Acevedo (Arrow, 12 Monkeys TV Series), Caitlin Gerard (Magic Mike, American Crime), and Spencer Locke (Resident Evil: Extinction, Cougar Town).
Insidious: The Last Key Review Conclusion
I would watch it again: – Although Insidious: THe Last Key felt a little awkward in places I really enjoyed it. The story kept twisting and then twisting some more. There were one or two jumps and I don’t think it was as creepy as previous films but I’d still watch it again.
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