Is Insidious: The Last Key worth watching?
"Insidious: The Last Key" is Universal's latest collaboration with Blumhouse Productions, which delivered low-priced horror hits past year with "Split", "Get Out", and "Happy Death Day".
Insidious: The Last Key (also known as Insidious: Chapter 4) is a 2018 American supernatural horror film directed by Adam Robitel and written by Leigh Whannell. It is the fourth installment in the Insidious franchise, and the second in terms of the series's in-story chronology, following 2015's Insidious: Chapter 3.
How many plus points?
The horror was debuted in January- the bad time for horrors in particular and movies in general to hit the movie theaters. It is when people are still either in the holiday season or snowed under with dozens of work. Therefore it deserves +1 points for confidence.
If in the last part of the film, we are known about Elise - a cool psychic played by Lin Shaye, the film is made for her only. Insidious: The Last Key dates back to Elise's past and explains why she has the ability to talk to ghosts.
Just talk about the director of The Last Key !!! When you are so handsome and crazy that you dare to make the film “The Taking of Deborah Logan” which later became meme on the Internet, The Last Key is probably just nothing.
In life, Adam Robitel is a sporty guy, who loves blending into nature and posting photos on Instagram. If you are afraid that Insidious: The Last Key is not scary enough, simply go to the cinema to support this nice man.
What about minus points?
The saddest is the pair of Specs and Tucker. That they appeared in the first two installments of Insidious is a reasonable and useful. To The Last Key, these two characters become freak and ... terribly untalented. They look weird even when talking to the girls as if Specs and Tucker are two fools who have never talked to such beautiful girls.
The worse thing is that the whole film plot about character Specs was written by Leigh Whannell, who played Specs. In some miraculous way, he has made himself a fool right in the story he wrote.
Producers should stop this series here as well. How would Insidious: The Last Key be without Lin Shaye? It was definitely a failure. However, if you choose a thriller using jump-scare for the weekend, this is still a good recommendation.
By: Christina Baker