Horror movies like Insidious Chapter 4 Full Movie have experienced an upswing in quality and popularity in recent years, but the landscape of horror franchises still remains relatively thin.
Insidious is one of the few horror series to produce consistent projects over the past few years, and the series will be back bringing us another terrifying-looking installment next winter. In fact, a brand new trailer for Insidious Chapter 4 Full Movie has just debuted online, and it looks like it will become one of the strangest and most intense horror flicks of the next year.
Insidious Chapter 4 Full Movie levels its focus on demon specialist Elise Rainier as she investigates paranormal phenomena. Similar to Insidious: Chapter 3, Insidious Chapter 4 Full Movie is a prequel to the stories involving Elise and the Lambert family meaning that the events of this movie will likely to go a long way towards informing and developing the woman who eventually shows up in Insidious. However, unlike previous entries in the franchise, Insidious Chapter 4 Full Movie will specifically focus its story on Elise as she dives into a horrific mystery within her childhood home. If sequences involving a girl getting a key inserted into her neck or a demon who can only be seen in night vision turn out as good as they look in the trailer, then we could have a new horror hit on our hands.
Insidious Chapter 4 Full Movie is a combination of old and new as we look at the team behind it. The movie brings back long-time screenwriter Leigh Wannell and producer James Wan and enlists newcomer to step behind the camera in the form of Adam Robitel. His portfolio foraying into the horror genre includes Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension and The Taking of Deborah Logan. With fresh blood at the helm, we hope that The Last Key can offer fans some unexpectedly fresh scares.
Insidious Chapter 4 Full Movie supposed to be a perfect horror movie for the Halloween season. The film was initially set for an October 20, 2017 release, but Blumhouse ultimately opted to swap it with Happy Death Day and move its release to January. This isn’t cause for alarm at all since the first month of the year is sometimes regarded by some as a dumping ground for lower-quality movies and the horror genre has often produced some very successful January releases. If Insidious 4 lives up to the reputation of the previous three movies, then all eyes are on it to do the same.