Insidious: The Last Key

Well, I must say that aside from some very predictable horror tropes, this film was much better than I expected.

The creative minds behind the Insidious trilogy return for Insidious: The Last Key. In the supernatural thriller, which welcomes back franchise standout Lin Shaye as Dr. Elise Rainier, the brilliant parapsychologist faces her most fearsome and personal haunting yet: in her own family home.
We are given privy to Elise early abilities in perceiving the supernatural. We also see how the family reacts to to her gifts. From her fathers disdain for it and Elise mother’s protective nature. During the course of the film we are shown several flashbacks, which tie in nicely with the unfolding of the current history.¬†We see that her father beats her whenever she has an episode or vision. We are shown that the mother watches over her, but in the end the father is so angry that after one of the more savage beatings she can’t take it any more and she leaves home leaving her little brother behind to face the demons alone. She eventually comes back to the house of her childhood and all the demons there in. However, it is here where she must face those demons, especially her own!
Overall the film has merit and is worthy of a watch. The Demon is impressive,Now There are several predictable jump scares in addition to some genuinely creepy moments in the film that add for a good time. The story line works for this type of film, and the effects are pretty solid.