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The creative minds behind the hit Insidious franchise bring you the most horrifying chapter of the series, Insidious: The Last Key. In this gripping Blumhouse film, Lin Shaye reprises her role as parapsychologist Dr. Elise Rainier, who returns to her family home to face the unrelenting demons that have plagued her since childhood. Accompanied by her two investigative partners, Specs and Tucker, Elise must delve deeper into the Further to unlock the mystery and destroy her greatest fear.
- Alternate Ending
- 8 Chilling Deleted Scenes
- "Going Into The Further" featurette
- "Becoming Elise" featurette
- "Meet The New Demon - Unlocking The Keys" featurette
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As soon as I realised I was watching yet another prequel I felt disappointed. The Last Key is a sequel to the prequel but not a sequel to the sequel. The cliffhanger ending of part 3 is basically ignored, and the even bigger cliffhanger ending of part 2 has STILL not been addressed. So, there's some disappointment straight up.
The fact that our heroine Elise died at the end of part 1, rather saps the tension out of her scenes in this prequel where she's still alive. The same problem was there in part 3 as well; it was a prequel set before she died, so how are we supposed to worry for her safety?
It feels to me like Part 1 (and to an extent part 2) are the canon of Insidious, and everything since then has been a distraction which has very little to do with it.
The good parts - effective scares and some interesting twists - but this could simply have been another horror movie under another name, not an Insiduous one.
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