Hollywood Release 2018: Insidious: The Last Key, film that will give nightmares!

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The first poster and trailer have arrived online for the fourth instalment in the Insidious franchise, Insidious: The Last Key. What exactly the last key is or what it could possibly open is anyone's guess. When a franchise performs that well, Hollywood generally wants as much of it as it can get, thus Insidious: The Last Key. That said, a January 5 release has us nervous about the studio's faith in this title. That person is the charming Lin Shaye, a now 73-year-old American actress who handled lead duties in the last installment and will do so again in the next. "And you also meet Elise at a very different point in her life".

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As the family, and Elise with her team, try to confront the evil that has the house in its grips, Joseph Bishara's jarring, discordant soundtrack amps up the eeriness and tension unbearably.

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Insidious is a horror franchise that jumps around in its timeline more than The Flash does to save his mother, and the upcoming instalment is no exception. Fans will recall that the second film ended with Elise's spirit entering the home of a girl in a coma, only to see something mysterious standing in the shadows. It was never revealed what happened next, as the next chapter was a prequel and now the fourth one will be a prequel as well.

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Apparently, Sarah Paulson's character, Ally is a woman who is suffering from a variety of phobias, including a clown phobia. Speaking of Ally, the next clown sighting is so perfectly calculated, it's hard not to suspect it could all be in her head.

The film was written by co-creator Leigh Whannell (Saw), who also wrote the trilogy and directed Chapter 3.

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