Insidious The Last Key Movie Review
Casting: Lin Shaye, Leigh Whannell, Angus Sampson, Spencer Locke, Josh Stewart
Rating : 2 stars out of 5
In the Hollywood horror movie franchise Insidious is undoubtedly one of the scariest movie. Directed by James Wan and written by Leigh Whannell, this movie franchise has always entertained audience. Sadly, this time the franchise has
failed to scare the audience.
The movie is draggy and confusing which offers nothing new and follows the old school method of scaring the audience
with hideous demon.
The plot is made in 2010 before the events of the film began.
The movie begins with showing troubled childhood of Elise and how her father used to abuse her for her special gifts which he considered as curse. One night, Elise finds herself trapped in her house’s basement at night, beckoned by a child’s voice to unlock a mysterious red door, which she does with tragic consequences.
The film does offer few scary scenes, but even they are too predictable. There is nothing new in the franchise and the entire plot is predictable to the last stair of the basement.
The film is entirely dedicated to Lin Shaye and despite a boring plot she tries to bite into as much of her character as possible. The woman is talented and probably the only thing that can make you survive this bore. However, one sane character can’t always carry the entire film and the same happens here.
It’s time the makers realize that the horror spirit of the Insidious franchise needs a release as it has been juiced out to its last molecule. Overall this film is one time watchable.