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‘Insidious: The Last Key’ Heads Home With Alternate Ending and Deleted Scenes

Fear comes home this March.

Director Adam Robitel’s Insidious: The Last Key kicked off 2018’s horror offerings just last month, and it’s already headed to home video. Sony Pictures Home Entertainment informs us today that the franchise’s Lin Shaye-starring fourth installment hits digital on March 20 and DVD & Blu-ray on April 3.

It’ll include an alternate ending and EIGHT deleted scenes.

“Acclaimed horror producers James Wan (The Conjuring, Annabelle) and Oren Peli (Paranormal Activity franchise) return for the fourth installment from Blumhouse of the Insidious-franchise, along with fan-favorites Lin Shaye in her iconic role as Elise Rainier, and Leigh Whannell and Angus Sampson as the ghost-hunting duo Specs and Tucker. In INSIDIOUS: THE LAST KEY , Elise must face her past to confront the most personal haunting of her career – in her childhood home. The film also stars Josh Stewart (Interstellar), Kirk Acevedo (Dawn of the Planet of the Apes), Caitlin Gerard (Magic Mike), Spencer Locke (Resident Evil franchise) and Academy Award® nominee Bruce Davison (Best Supporting Actor, Longtime Companion, 1989).”

“INSIDIOUS: THE LAST KEY comes packed with never-before-seen special features, including an alternate ending, more than 20 minutes of chilling additional scenes, a franchise recap and three all-new featurettes. “Becoming Elise” delves into the mythology of Elise’s origin story and how this “sequel to the prequel” fits into the Insidious-franchise. “Going into the Further” examines what the Further represents to the cast and crew and how the production design in the film differs from the previous films. “Unlocking Keyface” introduces fans to the newest iconic demon in the Insidious-franchise and explores the symbolism behind its creation.”

Insidious: The Last Key will also be available as part of the INSIDIOUS 4-MOVIE COLLECTION, along with InsidiousInsidious: Chapter 2 and Insidious: Chapter 3, coming to digital March 20 and DVD April 3 from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.



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