The parapsychologist Dr. Elise Rainier has nightmares with her childhood in New Mexico, where she lived with her brother Christian, her supportive mother Audrey and her father Gerald, who frequently beats her when she claims that she sees ghosts everywhere in the house. When the client Ted Garza calls Elise to ask for help since he is haunted since he moved to a house in New Mexico, Elise refuses the request since the address is the same house where she spent her childhood. However she changes her mind and accepts the job, and travels with her assistants Specs and Tucker to New Mexico where they will discover an evil entity in the house.Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
The second instalment in the Insidious franchise to feature a demon, following Insidious (2010). See more »
(at around 41 mins) It's clear from the narrative that Elise and her brother have not seen one another for at least five decades. How or why they would recognize one another despite not having remained in touch over that period of time is never explained. This is especially true as they have changed radically from the way that they looked in their youth. See more »
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Insidious: The Last Key is a very nice horror film. We are given a better insight of Lin Shaye's character as well as some really good moments in the film overall. Lyn Shaye is the best element, not only in this installment but in this whole franchise and her performance in The Last Key is fantastic. The jumpscares worked for me and the story seemed fine. I love how everything ties up to the original Insidious story at the end. All in all ths is a horror film which I really really enjoyed, being a fan of the series.Its a good horror film, it has its faults but Lin Shaye is the star of this movie.
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