Insidious: The Last Key (15)



Horror (2018)
103mins US/Can

Starring: Lin Shaye, Leigh Whannell, Angus Sampson, Caitlin Gerard, Josh Stewart, Spencer Locke
Director: Adam Robitel
Writer(s): Leigh Whannell
Listings: London | Rest of UK and Ireland

Parapsychologist Elise Rainier is ushered back to New Mexico, to the house where she grew up, to explore a reported manifestation of malevolent forces in the building where young Elise and her brother Christian were terrorised by their abusive father Gerald and bore witness to the grim fate of their mother, Audrey. Flanked by kooky assistants Specs and Tucker, Elise is reunited with her brother Christian and learns that her two grown-up nieces are being targeted by a gnarly demon.

Seen that movie? Leave a comment / review here >>

LondonNet Film Review
Insidious: The Last Key (15)

In 2010, James Wan, director of the opening instalment of the Saw franchise, helmed the spooky horror Insidious, which introduced audiences to parapsychologist Elise Rainier (Lin Shaye), who has devoted her life to investigating supernatural disturbances and vanquishing unspeakable evil that threaten the lives of innocent families. The fourth and final film in the series, which unfolds chronologically after the events of Insidious: Chapter 3, brings the terror to Elise's front door as she revisits terrifying events from her childhood....

Insidious: The Last Key. Copyright: Universal Pictures. Caption: Lin Shaye as Elise Rainier in Insidious: The Last Key. Photo: Justin Lubin. All Rights Reserved.Elise is ushered back to New Mexico, to the house where she grew up, to explore a reported manifestation of malevolent forces in the building where young Elise (played by Ava Kolker and Hana Hayes at different ages) and her brother Christian (Pierce Pope, Thomas Robie) were terrorised by their abusive father Gerald (Josh Stewart) and bore witness to the grim fate of their mother, Audrey (Tessa Ferrer), who was murdered in the family home. Flanked by kooky assistants Specs (Leigh Whannell) and Tucker (Angus Sampson), Elise is reunited with her brother Christian (Bruce Davison) and learns that her two grown-up nieces, Imogen (Caitlin Gerard) and Melissa (Spencer Locke), are being targeted by a gnarly demon. In order to save the people she loves, Elise must dive back into the terrifying netherworld between life and death, and face a relentless otherworldly predator from her tragic past.

Sadly, Insidious: The Last Key won’t screen to UK critics ahead of release so we won’t be able to scare up a review for you this week.

- Kim Hu

Insidious: The Last Key. Copyright: Universal Pictures. Caption: Lin Shaye as Elise Rainier in Insidious: The Last Key. Photo: Justin Lubin. All Rights Reserved.


London Cinemas

From Friday 27th April
To Thursday 3rd May

- Showcase Newham
From Friday 4th May
To Thursday 10th May

Not showing at any
London cinemas this week.


« Back to Index

Rest of UK and Irish Cinemas

Listed in alphabetical order by city/place name followed by cinema name.

From Friday 27th April
To Thursday 3rd May

Not showing at any
UK cinemas this week.
From Friday 4th May
To Thursday 10th May

Not showing at any
UK cinemas this week.


« Back to Index