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Insidious: The Red Door

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Movie Info & Cast

Synopsis

In Insidious: The Red Door, the horror franchise’s original cast returns for the final chapter of the Lambert family’s terrifying saga. To put their demons to rest once and for all, Josh (Patrick Wilson) and a college-aged Dalton (Ty Simpkins) must go deeper into The Further than ever before, facing their family’s dark past and a host of new and more horrifying terrors that lurk behind the red door.

Cast

  • Patrick Wilson
  • Ty Simpkins
  • Rose Byrne
  • Sinclair Daniel
  • Hiam Abbass
  • Andrew Astor
  • Peter Dager
  • Lin Shaye

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Verified Review
#boring
#notmyfave
#slow

It was just not scary enough and I fell asleep. I like to be spooked out.

AB
April B
Verified Review
#creepy
#notmyfave

The other Insidious movies were better

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valentina L

Metacritic

50
Jul 10, 2023

Similar to Wan’s The Conjuring universe, Insidious has long overstayed its welcome, reaching the point where its spark has quelled and there’s nothing interesting buried within these characters anymore. We have reached the end of the Further.

Metacritic review by Jenny Nulf
Jenny Nulf
Austin Chronicle
50
Jul 10, 2023

There are enough dream sequences infiltrating the action to confuse even devoted fans, while Insidious newbies and part-time dabblers are left to wonder when Freddy Krueger might arrive on scene. Wilson’s first stab at direction is not entirely a failure, but neither does he push the franchise to any new heights.

Thom Ernst
Original-Cin
40
Jul 7, 2023

Franchise fans will enjoy seeing the Lamberts again, but newcomers will be baffled by the under-developed story and nonplussed by the over-familiar scares.

Metacritic review by Helen O'Hara
Helen O'Hara
Empire