‘Insidious: The Last Key’ Bullet Point Review

Using bullet points, I’m going to give you my thoughts on ‘Insidious: The Last Key’, the latest installment to one of my favorite horror franchises EVER.

 

  • Don’t like that the movie didn’t start with the terrifying score that has been synonymous with the ‘Insidious’ franchise
  • There is an unexpectedly violent dresser kill just F.Y.I
  • Just like in ‘Insidious: Chapter 3’, the ending in this one wasn’t that exciting and climactic as it was in the first two
  • Specs (Leigh Whannell) and Tucker (Angus Sampson) were funny again. Good as the movies comedy relief
  • I see why the subtitle is ‘The Last Key’ but I feel it’s a very subtle reason. They could have come up with something better though
  • Seemed less enthusiastic or eager to scare this time around
    • Even went against using the frightening score, I mentioned about earlier, as often
  • Whannell did a solid job writing the movie
    • Pieces of the story needed improvement though
  • Even though I expected it, I like how the franchise came full circle at the end
    • Was a nice sentimental wrap-up for Elise (Lin Shaye)
  • Love the series but it’s time for it to be done…at least for now

To Sum it Up: A nice emotional send off for the franchise if it’s the last one and even though it’s a solid horror flick, the quality slide for the series continues

 

(Photo Credit: https://thegreatmoviedebates.com/2018/01/05/insidious-the-last-key-review/; https://rogersmovienation.com/2018/01/05/movie-review-a-horror-tradition-unlike-any-other-insidious-the-last-key/)

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