Insidious: The Last Key

Insidious: The Last Key


Childhood fears never end.

Lin Shaye, Angus Sampson and Leigh Whannell return for the fourth entry in the Insidious supernatural horror film franchise.... More

Parapsychologist Elise Rainier (Shaye) and her team travel to Five Keys, N.M., to investigate a man's claim of a haunting. Terror soon strikes when Rainier realises that the house he lives in was her family's old home.Hide

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The characters' performances are the best aspects of the film, with it's jump-scare frenzy and cheap horror.

The Press Reviews

  • Hard-core fans get the loud noises they came for, but true fear vaporizes. Full Review

  • A workmanlike but fan-pleasing picture. Full Review

  • The Last Key is wildly uneven, confused and confusing, and it appears to leave the “Insidious” saga written into a corner yet again. Full Review

  • The Last Key is a mixed bag... at its worst when it indulges in the reliable franchise tropes and at its best when it strains at the boundaries of what you expect from an Insidious film. Full Review

  • The fourth installment of Leigh Whannell's ghost-and-mediums horror series wraps up its own free-association illogic with an impenetrable tangle of woo-woo spirit-world mechanics and lingo. Full Review

  • "Insidious: The Last Gasp" might have been a more appropriate title for the fourth and potentially final entry in this lucrative, once-diverting property. Full Review

  • NPR

    Four films into the series, the layout of the spirit realm has become too familiar, a soundstage of fog machines and grotesquerie that Robitel and Whannell haven't populated with any fresh shocks. Full Review