Insidious: The Last Key Santa Clarita Filming Locations (2018)


The horror-thriller movie ‘Insidious: The Last Key‘ starring Lin Shaye & Angus Sampson was filmed in Santa Clarita, California on various locations, according to tipsters who spotted the production crews.

The 4th chapter of the Insidious franchise was released on January 5th, 2018 by Universal Pictures and production wrapped on September 26th, 2016 according to Adam Robitel, the director, who showed us some behind the scenes photos of the final filming day.

Location #1 – The House

The house that a majority of the film was done at is located in the Santa Clarita area. Do you know where this house is? Be sure to leave us a tip if you recognize it!

The front of the house they go to, her home in “New Mexico’  is what is known as The Cone Fee Trust House located in Culver City, CA


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Thank you “suey” for the tip!


Location #2 – The Further

In the Insidious franchise there is always a next-level world where the spooky stuff happens. This place is known as The Further. We can gather the idea that some — if not all — of The Further is done inside a film studio to take advantage of technologies such as CGI/green screen effects. Do you know which studio this is done at? Let us know!


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MOVIE FILMING LOCATIONS

When: 01/05/2018, Universal Pictures

Starring: Lin Shaye, Angus Sampson

First Published May 10, 2017, 9:55am

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