Lin Shaye (left) gets ready for a scene as she returns as the protagonist in Insidious: The Last Key (category: IIB), directed by Adam Robitel. Leigh Whannell co-stars. Photo: Justin LubinLin Shaye (left) gets ready for a scene as she returns as the protagonist in Insidious: The Last Key (category: IIB), directed by Adam Robitel. Leigh Whannell co-stars. Photo: Justin Lubin
Lin Shaye (left) gets ready for a scene as she returns as the protagonist in Insidious: The Last Key (category: IIB), directed by Adam Robitel. Leigh Whannell co-stars. Photo: Justin Lubin

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Film review – Insidious: The Last Key, starring Lin Shaye, brings palpable tension and well-earned jump scares

This standard horror fare sees Shaye’s character return to her family home to investigate a supernatural disturbance, but the computer-generated demons are less scary than an abusive father with a murderous temper

Topic |   American films
Lin Shaye (left) gets ready for a scene as she returns as the protagonist in Insidious: The Last Key (category: IIB), directed by Adam Robitel. Leigh Whannell co-stars. Photo: Justin LubinLin Shaye (left) gets ready for a scene as she returns as the protagonist in Insidious: The Last Key (category: IIB), directed by Adam Robitel. Leigh Whannell co-stars. Photo: Justin Lubin
Lin Shaye (left) gets ready for a scene as she returns as the protagonist in Insidious: The Last Key (category: IIB), directed by Adam Robitel. Leigh Whannell co-stars. Photo: Justin Lubin
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