Insidious: The Red Door – Trailer Talk

insidious: The Red Door - Trailer Talk

2010 saw the release of ‘Insidious’, a horror film that quickly cemented itself as a classic. Written by Leigh Whannel and directed by James Wan (Saw), the film has grossed over $100million worldwide from a $1.5million budget as of this year. And, after four sequels, the new entry will return to its original roots.

‘Insidious: The Red Door’ follows Dalton Lambert 10 years after he fell into a coma and was saved from demonic possession by the Warrens. But his past will return to haunt him just as he starts college.

After the second film, the franchise fell victim to the tired cliches of constant jump scares and mediocre acting, unfortunately making the franchise dull very quickly. But, after knowing the original victim from the first film is returning and will once again become the focal point, I am very excited for this. It’ll be interesting to see how Dalton’s story progresses considering the events of the first film. Plus, it looks like some familiar characters will return, including a quick glimpse at the iconic red demon at the end of the trailer!

‘Insidious: The Red Door’ has caught my attention after not focusing on the franchise for the past few films. Not only does it look enjoyable, but it has potential to tell an interesting story that revolves around the original victim of the franchise. I just hope the film is just as good as the trailer.

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