In the fourth installment in the Insidious series, parapsychologist Elise Rainier (Lin Shaye) must delve even deeper into the infernal world known as "the Further" when supernatural forces target her own family. Angus Sampson, Leigh Whannell, Josh Stewart, Caitlin Gerard, and Kirk Aceveda co-star. Directed by Adam Robitel.~Jack Rodgers
Insidious movies are all pretty freaky; this one is a prequel to the first Insidious movie. Elise whom is able to see the unseen, and travel to the unknown, dreams about her dark past as a child. She remembers her abusive father and the death of her mother. One day she is called upon to return to her childhood home to help a man who claims there is a haunting in his home where she once lived. As she accepts to return her two loyal helpers assist her, only to discover what really haunts her once called home... I gave this movie a 4 out of 5. The movie in my opinion is great until the ending. Not because of the prequel but because of how the evil is fought off!!
I have enjoyed this franchise from the beginning and am glad they continued the series with this prequel. There are some great scares and some really creepy moments. I love Lin Shaye and am happy to see her back in the role on a new adventure. This entry follows the formula of the series and relies too heavily on jump scares, but if you know what to expect going in - I think you will enjoy it. Check it out.
Very much like the Conjuring universe can continue on with case studies from the Warren files, this series could continue to weave some of the best mental traps, twists, turns and slaps I've seen in quite a long time. What I appreciate about the Insidious films is the lack of gore and violence - it's all head games and makes the mind boggle with paranormal possibilities. This "last key", which I hope is not the last of the collection, is just as solid as the first 3 in acting, filming, mind games and edge of the seat thrills. Joe Bob says check it out.