Win Advanced VIP Guaranteed Admission Passes to SEE INSIDIOUS: THE LAST KEY on Wednesday January 3rd!

Hey Phoenix!

Your friends at Cult Classics and Fingerpaint Marketing want YOU to be the first to see the latest chapter in the Insidious saga with a special screening of INSIDIOUS THE LAST KEY in Phoenix, AZ!

These passes are guaranteed admission VIP passes to a 7pm screening at a venue TBA in the metro Phoenix area (likely Tempe Marketplace) on Wednesday January 3rd. All you have to do is check-in at the screening by 6:15pm if you win and you will have VIP SEATING, NO WAITING IN LINE!

To enter, just leave a comment on this post with your full name and email address (if your entry is missing one or both it won’t count, since you will be emailed info) and tell us your favorite big-screen ghost story. We have 10 pairs of passes to giveaway, and winners will be chosen at random 12/22. so good luck! Check out the trailer and info below!

SYNOPSIS:

The creative minds behind the hit Insidious trilogy return for Insidious: The Last Key. In the supernatural thriller, which welcomes back franchise standout Lin Shaye as Dr. Elise Rainier, the brilliant parapsychologist faces her most fearsome and personal haunting yet: in her own family home.

The film is written by co-creator Leigh Whannell (Saw), who wrote the trilogy and directed Chapter 3; produced by Insidious regulars Jason Blum (The Purge series, Get Out), Oren Peli (Paranormal Activity) and co-creator James Wan (The Conjuring, Furious 7); and directed by series newcomer Adam Robitel (The Taking of Deborah Logan).

Shaye is joined in the cast by Angus Sampson, Whannell, Josh Stewart, Caitlin Gerard, Kirk Acevedo, Javier Botet, Bruce Davison, Spencer Locke, Tessa Ferrer, Ava Kolker and Marcus Henderson.

Steven Schneider, Brian Kavanaugh-Jones, Charles Layton, Bailey Conway Anglewicz, Couper Samuelson and Whannell serve as executive producers. Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions (“SPWA”) produced and financed Insidious: The Last Key. U.S. theatrical distribution will be handled by Universal Pictures, and Sony Pictures Releasing and SPWA’s Stage 6 Films will distribute the film outside of the U.S.

  • Bryan Conner

    Bryan Conner
    bryanaz82@gmail.com

  • Vaughan Grey

    Vaughan Grey
    Atreyudaze@gmail.com
    The Haunting (Julie Harris version).

  • Jay Adson

    Justin Adson
    j_adson@yahoo.com

    Favorite ghost story I’ve seen on the big screen has to be James Wan’s The Conjuring

  • Andrea C. Hernandez-Valdez

    Andrea Valdez javanov05@gmail.com

  • josh

    josh young igotaheadache@yahoo.com fav ghost story movie is 6th Sense

  • jennifer_nikolaus

    Jennifer Nikolaus. dedjen213@yahoo.com
    My favorite recent ghost story movie is probably the original Insidious

  • Hayley Ringle

    Hayley Ringle, hayleyringle@gmail.com
    My fave big screen ghost story is the Ring and the Grudge. So freaky!

  • Armida Strong

    Jaws

  • Jon Bonnell

    Jon Bonnell
    jbonnell@infspec.com – Poltergeist will always have a spot in my life. The original.

  • Derk Harron

    Derk Harron
    derkharron@gmail.com
    Insidious Chapter 2 was great to find out how connected it was with the first one!

  • Penny Mossman Keegan

    Pennykeegan@msn.com
    Love these movies!

  • WinnieDaPoobah

    hockeyhostile@gmail.com
    Brennen Warren

  • Mando

    Jorge Lozano
    Jarmando.03@gmail.com

  • Jacob Lee Fisher
  • Richard Gonzales

    Richard Gonzales sr
    Dvspima@gmail.com
    Love scary movies

  • Cammielle Wiley

    Cammielle Wiley
    lilywiley080@gmail.com
    “Here’s Johnny!” lol The Shining

  • Stephanie Serrano

    Stephanie Serrano
    Serranowinchester6@gmail.com

  • Kristin Thurber

    Kristin Thurber
    orbitmyworld@yahoo.com
    The Others

  • German Lopez

    German Lopez
    Djgerm84@gmail.com
    My favorite ghost story has got to be the conjuring! Had me creeped out from the moment Annabelle came on screen, till the end. Loved it

  • Todd Lasch

    The grudge

  • Todd Lasch

    Todd Lasch
    todd721@yahoo.com
    Grudge

  • Jean Peplinski

    Jean Peplinski
    jeanniepep@gmail.com
    My favorite ghost story is The Changeling! 1981 George C. Scott…not whatever that Angelina Jolie movie was.

  • Rasiel Ortega

    Rasiel Ortega
    orasiel@gmail.com
    My favorite ghost movie would probably be either The Shining, Ghostbusters, or The Devil’s Backbone.

  • Scott Garcia

    Scott Garcia
    Killerhocks13@gmail.com
    One of my favorite movie ghost stories is Insidious 3.

  • Chris Wilson (Grangel)

    chris wilson
    cwlson2003@gmail.com
    ghostbusters

  • Diane Wilson

    Diane Wilson
    Wilsondiane1961@gmail.com
    Poltergeist (original)

  • mattie brown

    Matthew Brown
    finalfantasy1342@gmail.com
    the original poltergeist
    cult classics rock

  • Alex

    Alex Ramirez
    alex_5252004@yahoo.com
    One of my faves is Thirteen Ghosts.

  • Diana Brest

    I love all the Insidious films, they are all true,cannot wait

  • Caitlyn Odell

    caitlyn odell
    codell4367@gmail.com
    i remember the grudge movies scaring the crap out of me. especially the second one. the ghost chick wasn’t as scary until she could leave the house.

  • Bryan Young

    Bryan Young
    Bryan7737@gmail.com

  • Bryan Young

    Bryan Young
    Bryan7737@gmail.com
    I was really into the Final Destination movies. Well, the first two, at least…

  • Ryan Enos

    Ryan Enos
    Ryangabrielenos@gmail.com
    The 1st insidious.. I saw it in theatres and it’s was one of the scariest films I’ve seen

  • Tim Bearden

    Tim Bearden
    turnondafun69@yahoo.com

    1408 and Insidious are my two faves!

  • Ashlee Sabiers

    Ashlee Sabiers
    Sugarchef07@yahoo.com
    All the insidious movies and their spin offs as well as the Conjuring series are my favorites! Can’t wait to see the final chapter!

  • Tracey Benjamin

    Tracey Benjamin
    gasolgirl16@yahoo.com

  • Travis Herrod. Paranorman!

    Travis Herrod. My favorite onscreen ghost story is Paranormal Activity… so unexpected! Travis.Herrod3@gmail.com

  • Crystel Flanders

    Crystel Flanders
    Crystelsnyder@gmail.com
    My favorite ghost story is the Conjuring:)

  • Victor Quibas

    My favorite big screen ghost story is insidious

  • Charles Henry

    Charles Henry
    Charlesbhenry@msn.com
    The Conjuring has been the best one in quite a few years.

  • Chad Wernecke

    chadwernecke@yahoo.com– My favorite would be Autopsy of Jane Doe soo much tension.

  • Janniqua Dawkins

    Janniqua Dawkins – Smileyfaceexxx@aim.com
    Currently, my favorite horror movie is the recent Blair Witch. It was absolutely mind-blowing! Before that, I’d say the 1st Insidious film or Saw.

  • Ryan Gean

    Ryan Gean
    xrgean@gmail.com
    The Conjuring series so far has definitely been my favorite. Spooky and immersive story!

  • Chris Steffen

    E-mail: Chrissteffen86@gmail.com Name: Chris Steffen

    My favorite ghost story would Annabelle: Creation. Just seeing it in a packed theater with an audience added so much to the screening. I’ve never seen so many people jumping out of their seats and it was a pleasant surprise to say the least.

  • Carol Oakley

    Poltergeist is my fave. Yes, the original. caroloakley@centurylink.net

  • El Bee

    Lori Wheeler, loribot@gmail.com, Poltergeist as a child, hands down. That shit was scary! But as an adult I have really enjoyed the Insidious franchise and it’s a big draw to why I love Halloween Horror Nights.

  • Jason!

    Jason Mull – Batman@justice.com
    Dead Silence

  • Melissa Eileen Hall

    Melissa Hall – melissa_eileen@hotmail.com Insidious was the only ghost movie that actually terrified me. Can’t wait to see how the saga continues!

  • German Lopez

    German Lopez
    djgerm84@gmail.com
    The Conjuring, one of the best directed scary movies since insidious.

  • William Mondy

    The House on Haunted Hill, the Vincent Price version. My mom took me to see this in the theater. Just before the “Maid” passes Richard Long, my mom thought it would be too scary for me so she tried to put her purse in front of my eyes. She missed and hit me in the head really scaring me. The entire audience jumped as I screamed. I’ll never forget this.

  • Kim Rezek

    kim rezek,kimrezek@gmail.com,Insidious

  • Gema Del Moral

    Gema Del Moral , rareblend2883@gmail.com, dead alive (brain dead) I don’t think it’s a big screen ghost story , but it freaked me out as a kid lol

  • frankie

    Frank.chitown@gmail.com Frankie garrett
    In insidious chapter one the scene where tip toe is playing is creepy as hell and now i hate hearing it. I can’t wait

  • John Pero

    John Pero rockyptj@yahoo.com
    Insidious

  • Chris G

    Chris Gibson, travel_nz@yahoo.com
    Best ghost story, really liked Sixth Sense when first saw it.

  • Dave

    DJSpyke1012@gmail.com I hope this is done as well as the first ones.

  • Sergio Lopez

    Sergio Lopez
    007giolopez@gmail.com
    Best ghost story would be The Frightners hands down.

  • John Volpe

    Jesse325@aol.com These Insidious Movies are great. Hope this one is as good as the previous ones.

  • carolyn mcgough

    Name Carolyn McGough, Email freddeemcg@msn.com. I can’t wait to see Insidious The Last Key!!! My favorite big screen ghost movie would have to be the original Poltergeist.

  • Eric Schaub

    Email: eric.d.schaub@gmail.com
    Name: Eric Schaub

    THE ORIGINAL Poltergeist!!

    Thanks!

  • k_chiang

    full name: Kuojen Chiang
    email address: kuojenchiang@gmail.com
    favorite big-screen ghost story: A GHOST STORY… actually a great HUMAN movie.

  • Jeffrey Smallwood

    Hey! Jeffrey Smallwood
    Email: JeffreySmallwood69@yahoo.com
    My Story
    I don’t have one yet as I haven’t seen a movie that has made me cover my eyes. However insidious gets the hair standing up a bit and heart beating a little fast.

  • Manda

    Manda Eiseman
    meiseman19@gmail.com
    These Insidious movies are super scary! Love them!

  • chuck

    incidious yea greedychuck@yahoo.com charles gould

  • Elizabeth Delgado

    Elizabeth Delgado eli.delgado1313@gmail.com

    Insidious is def one of my favorites!!

  • Julie Lopez

    Every insidious movie is pretty scary.

  • Julie Lopez
  • Manuel Delgado

    Michael Myers, Annabelle, Gothika are all pretty good. Insidious is my top pick though.

  • Julissa Pinon

    Insidious and the Conjuring

  • Julissa Pinon

    Julissa Pinon
    Julissapinon9@gmail.com
    Insidious and the Conjuring

  • Manuel Delgado

    Manuel Delgado
    Madelgado333@gmail.com
    Michael Myers, Annabelle, Gothika are all pretty good. Insidious is my top pick though

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  • April.Knippen

    April Knippen April.Knippen@tusd1.org Ghostbusters all the Way!!!

  • John Volpe

    Love this series. Best in along time.

  • John Volpe

    Usagradeabeef@aol.com Love this series.. Best in a very long time!

  • Paula Fleck

    Sounds intriguing- Paula Fleck; email:catnp0511@gmail.com