‘Insidious: The Red Door’ Reveals New Trailer and New Poster

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Horror is welcomed to theaters every single week of the year, and Insidious: The Red Door will try to seize the opportunity for maximum profit this summer. The first film was released way back in 2011, and since then, it has had the chance to go back several times with a steady number of sequels and prequels. Now, this fifth film advertises itself as the “Final Chapter” of the story and sees the first film protagonist, Josh Lambert, played by Patrick Wilson, coming back to the world of nightmares and the new visions of the terrifying Lipstick-Face Demon.

Insidious: The Red Door brings us back to the story of the Lambert family, who, ten years ago, was haunted by The Man With Fire on His Face, a horrible demon from another dimension. The family thought they had managed to keep the demon away, but as is usual with these stories, they thought wrong, and the demon is now ready to execute its revenge on the family. Patrick Wilson makes his debut as a director with this movie. With a story by Leigh Whannell, writer of the original film, who also went on to become a fantastic director in his own right after debuting on the director’s chair with the third film in the franchise, Insidious: Chapter 3.


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The film, produced by Jason Blum, James Wan, and Leigh Whannell, also brings back most of the original cast, which is very uncommon for this type of sequel, especially after so long. Ty Simpkins, Rose Byrne, Lin Shayne, and, of course, Patrick Wilson himself come back, and they totally bring a lot of legitimacy to the sequel. Let’s hope that this is truly the end of the series. As much as we love to see horror movies and the monsters coming back over and over again, it would be nice for at least one horror franchise to actually have a proper ending that manages to close all the plot threads and bring closure to all the characters’ arcs.

Insidious: The Red Room releases on July 7, 2023. Only in theaters.

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