A Horror Movie Review
Tonight turned out to be Date Night for my hubby and I, so we headed out to view Insidious: The Last Key (Chapter 4). This series has been one of the best. Guaranteed great jump-scares and painful knuckle crushing, because my husband just can't contain his fear! I wondered if the movie series would go out with a bang and I have to say, it left me ûber-happy...
I believe this is it. No more from Elise Rainier, but that's okay; she doesn't have to. She handled things like the emotional professional that she is. With each experience, I feel like I know her so much more and love her too.
In this chapter, Elise has to go up against her own ghosts. Someone lives in the house she grew up in and they're visited by some nightmarish haunts she'd grown up thinking were normal. When she decides to help the man, she realizes she's going against more than she bargained for. Emotional closure, a monster who holds the key and... a silver whistle.
Insidious: The Last Key is one of those unnerving masterpieces. The characters are witty and excellent, The Further is just as darker and tenebrous (always wanted to use that word) and the storyline is so freaking good, I'm jealous of Whannel (Specs) for writing it!
I think what helped make this movie great was the fact that you're told where The Further came from. How it all began and who started it all. It's also a sort of loop, but I won't go into details for fear of SPOILERS1 The background information made all the other chapters come together.. Each time, you're given a little more- now that's good writing. It's an excellent ghost story and needless to say, will be added to my movie collection.
Even though Chapter 3 wasn't as great as the first two and this one, the Insidious series will become a classic haunt for anyone who loves horror. Insidious The Last Key opens Friday, January 5th.
Insidious: The Last Key
Written by Leigh Whannel
Directed by Adam Robitel
Produced by Jason Blum & Oren Peli
Cast: Lin Shaye, Leigh Whannell, Angus Sampson, Kirk Acevedo and Josh Stewart
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