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The fourth film in a horror franchise is just about the easiest movie to write off ever. And yet, you shouldn't do that with Insidious: The Last Key, despite it being just that. It's a creepy, unpredictable, and surprisingly heartfelt addition to the franchise - and easily the best film in the series since the first one.
At Halloween Horror Nights, Universal Studios' annual scare event, you don't have to look far to find something iconic. There's The Shining; there's Freddy, Jason, and Leatherface; Ash vs. Evil Dead; American Horror Story; you name it. The Saw and Insidious franchises are also represented with mazes at the year's event, and we took a terror-filled tour of each with the man who created them both.
Video: Kleidiphobia (the fear of keys) is one of those interesting, uncommon quirks of the brain that can make for spooky stories even though, for most people, keys aren't very scary. If you've ever wondered what a terrifying, key-themed ghost story might look like, the Insidious franchise has you covered.
Since 2006, we've had enough horror remakes and sequels to last a century. But we've actually had some terrifying new entries into the genre, too. As we await the likes of Lights Out and The Woods -- both rumoured to be nightmare-inducing -- later this year, there's no better time than to look back at what's scared us the most in the past decade.