Movie Review

INSIDIOUS: THE LAST KEY MOVIE REVIEW

Banner Name: Blumhouse Productions , Stage 6 Films
Producer: Jason Blum, Oren Peli, James Wan, Leigh Whannell
Director: Adam Robitel
User's Rating

7/10

Critic's Rating

7/10

1 User's Rated
Presented By: Universal Pictures
Certified Type:  A
Music Director: Joseph Bishara
Editor: Timothy Alverson
Language: English
Story Writer: Leigh Whannell
Sensor Board: Others
Cinematographer: Toby Oliver
Story Details
An origin tale of sorts, the fourth instalment in the Insidious series actually works as the first part of the horror franchise that leads us to Insidious (2010). It takes us back to the beginning, when gifted psychic Elise's (Lin Shaye) troubled childhood gets back to haunt her.
Others Comment:
Lin Shaye, who has been a constant in all four instalments lends credibility to the series including this film but it's about time, the makers either reinvent or end the series. That or get Wan back to helm the series as a director, when he isn't focusing on the relatively superior Conjuring franchise and his upcoming big-ticket superhero film Aquaman. If you aren't familiar with the Insidious films, you might find this lantern laden, modestly budgeted ghost-fest intriguing. But if you are a diehard fan of the genre and are looking for some spine-chilling thrills and a well-made horror mystery, please look 'further'. The Last Key is more of a final nail in the coffin for the Insidious series. Of course it has its share of a few creepy moments, but it is undoubtedly the most cliched and inconsequentially descriptive film of the lot. In the end, it simply exhausts you more than scaring the living daylights out of you and that isn't a good sign.
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Technical Department

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Direction 7
Editor 6
Casting Producer 7
Art Department 7
Music Director 7

Technical Department

Rating
Story Department 7
Choreography 6
Cinematography 8
Graphics 8
Field Publicity 6
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