- 1hr 43m
- 1hr 43m
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Movie Info & Cast
- Lin Shaye
- Leigh Whannell
- Angus Sampson
- Kirk Acevedo
- Caitlin Gerard
- Spencer Locke
- Josh Stewart
- Tessa Ferrer
- Aleque Reid
- Ava Kolker
Did You Know?
- Rumored to be about Elise's backstory, and that the movie might focus on her origin story.
- When Ted leads Elise, Tucker and Specs to the bedroom blocked off by all of the books/bibles, he tucks the red one under his arm. In the next shot, it's no longer under his arm as he moves the bookcase. He then puts it under his arm again before opening the door to the room. At no point is he shown setting the book down.
- Elise Rainier: I'm going to get the attention of all the spirits in this house. I need things that were important to Garza. Specs, go upstairs. There is a bible he held very dear to him. It was a red, King James version; I need you to find it. Take Imogen with you.
- Specs: Okay.
- Elise Rainier: And do not let her out of your sight.
- Specs: I won't.
- [Specs and Imogen head upstairs]
- Elise Rainier: Tucker and I are going down to the fallout shelter.
- Tucker: What- I get the death chamber and he gets bible camp with the most beautiful girl on earth? That's not a democracy.
- Elise Rainier: You're the only one I trust to go down there with me.
- [under his breath as he follows Elise]
- Tucker: Don't patronize me woman.
Atom User Reviews
it was good, but I expected more for it to be the last movie of the series.
could of had more horror scenes
A workmanlike but fan-pleasing picture.
The fourth installment of the Insidious series has deft scares and some nifty twists, all of which don’t entirely distract from how strangely inconsequential The Last Key ultimately feels.
Insidious: The Last Key may be somewhat engaging but it’s also sloppy and doesn’t amount to much.