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90 | Insidious 4: The Last Key

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Director: Adam Robitel
Writers:  Leigh Whannell

Synopsis: Another prequel(!) taking place before the events of the first Insidious movie. Elise (Lin Shaye) is haunted by the events of her childhood, growing up in a haunted house on the grounds of a prison. Not the greatest place to be if you’re psychic. She is tricked into opening a locked door in the basement, releasing a demon that destroys her family.

Many years later, Elise is contacted by the new owner of her childhood home to get rid of the dark presence there. Accompanied by her loyal sidekicks, she heads home to confront the demon she released.


Our next movie made Jamie's top ten of 2017 list & is now on US Netflix. Ch-ch-check it out & meet us back here in a couple weeks to discuss.

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79 | Annabelle: Creation

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Director: David F. Sandberg

Writer: Gary Dauberman

Synopsis: A group of orphans, & the nun who cares for them, are invited to live in the home of the Mullins (a dollmaker & his invalid wife) in the 1950s. Once there, the precocious girls discover the dollmaker’s sad history - that his young daughter, Bee, was killed in a tragic car accident a decade before.

The orphans begin to witness strange, paranormal events in the house, which seem to be related to a hideous doll found locked away in a secret space within the dead daughter’s "off-limits" bedroom. One of the girls in particular, Janice, is plagued with visitations by the doll & Bee’s spectre, who seem to have special plans for her. Will her best friend, Linda, be able to help her before it’s too late?


Join us next time when we'll be talking about The Devil's Candy. Or as we like to call it The Tale of Ethan Embry's Ever Shifting Wig. See you then!

In theaters and VOD March 17th Directed by: Sean Byrne Starring: Ethan Embry, Shiri Appleby, Kiara Glasco, & Pruitt Taylor Vince A not-so-average family wrestles with Satan in a house from hell in this heavy metal-charged shocker from the director of The Loved Ones.

33 | Paranormal Activity: Ghost Dimension

 

Director: Gregory Plotkin

Writers: Jason Pagan, Andrew Deutschman, Adam Robitel, Gavin Heffernan, Brantley Aufill

Stars: Chris J. Murray, Brit Shaw, Ivy George, Dan Gill, Olivia Taylor Dudley

Synopsis: After discovering a camera with the ability to see and record beings from the "ghost dimension", a family does everything they can to protect their daughter from a malevolent entity, intent on possessing her. This is the sixth and presumeably final installment in the Paranormal Activity franchise.


After getting our hands on some advanced screening passes for Paranormal Activity: Ghost Dimension, we decided to squeeze a review in before moving on to Cooties. So...once again...next up, we'll be covering Cooties.