Chosen by Lilyn
Parapsychologist Dr. Elise Rainier faces her most fearsome and personal haunting yet, as she is drawn back to her ghostly childhood home, where the terror began.
Directed By: Adam Robitel
Written By: Leigh Whannell,
“I liked all the Insidious movies, but for some reason this one really took the cake for me. I think because it’s focused around Linn Shaye’s character in a way the other ones are not. The typical jump scares and stuff associated with the series, but a little richer and more enjoyable.”Lilyn
Movies in the Insidious franchise
Trivia for Insidious: The Last Key from IMDB
Early in the movie, when the kids are going to bed, you can see a doll on the top of a bookshelf. The doll looks just like Sinister (2012).
The town where the majority of the film takes place is called Five Keys, New Mexico. The demon in this film has five keys for fingers.
The second instalment in the Insidious franchise to feature a demon, following Insidious (2010).
Adam Robitel’s second horror feature film following The Taking of Deborah Logan (2014).
(at around 13 mins) Early in the movie Keyface tells young Elise he needs her to open all of the doors. Later (at around 1h 30 mins), while trying to leave the Further, she opens a red door revealing Dalton and leaves it open which is how the Lipstick face demon crosses over.
Various Further spirits within the Five Keys penitentiary complex, that prominently feature in the film’s various trailers ended up omitted from the finalised film.
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GracieKat was the first co-host of Sci-Fi & Scary, Lilyn’s partner-in-crime, and sub-head of the Kali Krew. She reviews horror books, movies, and games for the site. She also does a weekly Focus on the Frightful feature, and is the site list-maker. She is also in control of the Sci-Fi & Scary podcast which will relaunch soon.