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Movie Reviews: I, Tonya; Insidious: The Last Key


Theaters begin to trickle back to life after the quiet New Year's holiday weekend, with only one wide-release and a potential awards contender.

David Riedel praises Insidious: The  Last Key (pictured) for its effective combination of jump-scares and earned scare-your-pants-off moments.

In this week's feature review, Eric D. Snider finds the cheeky, hilarious I, Tonya offering a sympathetic perspective on its controversial subject.