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Insidious: The Last Key (2018) **REVIEW**

So.. I came around to see the new Insidious. I been waiting on it so excited and… what shall I say? I don’t know.

We get to meet Elise again and this time we see an old torturer of hers. When she was a kid her father beat her and punished her by putting her in a dark basement when she spoke about ghosts she saw in the house. When she was in the basement something tricked her into opening a door and something came out. Something scary.

Fast forward til 2010 and she’s older now. She gets a call about a haunting and turns out – it’s her old house she lived in as a kid. The person living there now need help for the haunting is becoming bad. First Elise didn’t want to take this job but then she decides to. And what is about to be uncovered can put chills in your spine.

‘Insidious’ horror franchise is one I love but the third movie and certainly this one didn’t impress me too much. At first ‘The Last key’ had it’s scary moment and made me go “HELL NO” but closer to the end it got, less scary it became. Almost felt very rushed. At least with the first 2 they took their time with it and that’s not the case with this one. Felt a bit disappointed.

I wouldn’t exactly recommend it to anyone but if you have been following the saga from the get go then I say watch it. Get your own opinion about it.

Who are the actors in this film and where do we know them from?

  • Lin Shaye – Elise (Insidious, There’s Something About That Mary, The Black Room, Mountain Top)
  • Leigh Whannell – Specs (Insidious, Saw, Cooties, The Bye Bye Man)
  • Angus Sampson – Tucker (Insidious, Winchester, Fargo, Mad Max: Road Fury)
  • Kirk Acevedo – Ted Garza (Band of Brothers, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, Arrow, Kingdom)
  • Caitlin Gerard – Imogen ( Magic Mike XXL, The Assignment, Smiley, Pocket Listing )
  • Spence Locke – Melissa (Resident Evil: Extinction & Afterlife, Cougar Town, Bridal Boot Camp)
  • Josh Stewart – Gerald ( The Collector, The Collection, The Punisher, The Dark Knight Rises)
  • Bruce Davison – Christian (X-Men, Blindspot, The Exorcist TvShow, Kingdom)


Who is the director and what is she/he known for?

Adam Robitel, a Emmy-nominated producer, writer & director, you might have seen his previous work such as Paranormal Activity: Ghost Dimension (2015), The Taking of Deborah Logan (2014), Cut/Print (2012), He’s a talented in what he does and make sure you check out some of his film today!


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Insidious 3 (2015) **REVIEW**

When it comes to sequel films we all know they can be rather disappointing. At I have to say Insidious 3 was a little disappointing. It didn’t have the same jump scares and tense scenes as the first film and second film did. But over all it was a good film – they didn’t disappoint on the story.

The third film is more or less about Elise. We get to see how she realize how she gifted she is and she really can help others who are haunted. Quinn lost her mother in illness and she comes to Elise for a reading. Only for Elise to realize something else is holding on to Quinn when she tries to contact her mother who passed. Elise feels some sort of connection with Quinn because she lost her husband sudden.

Elise realize how much Quinn and her family needs her. That she really need to help them. And we get to see how she met the two guys she works with and how their work relationship begins.

If you like the other two Insidious films then I would recommend for you to see this one. You get an insight on Elise.

You see actors like Dermot Mulroney, Stefanie Scott, Angus Sampson, Lin Shaye, Leigh Whannell, Tate Berney, Steve Coulter and many more.

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