Insidious: The Red Door | KT Review

This film was everything and nothing like I expected. This is one of my favourite franchises. I love the way there’s humour tucked into the folds of the darkness surrounding this family. I’ll happily watch these movies again and again, and Patrick Wilson, it’s safe to say, is one of my favourite actors. Not in an ‘I’ll watch everything he’s in’ kinda way, but in an if he’s in it, it’s going to be an excellent film, kinda way. Do you know what I mean?

Starring Ty Simpkins (Insidious, Iron Man 3) as Dalton. Patrick Wilson (The Conjuring, The Hollow Point) as Josh. Rose Byrne (Bad Neighbours, Insidious) as Renai. Sinclair Daniel (Bull, Madam Secretary) as Chris. Hiam Abbas (Blade Runner 2049, The Old Man) as Professor Armagan. And Andrew Astor (Insidious, The Hangover) as Foster.

The Lamberts must go deeper into The Further than ever before to put their demons to rest once and for all.

Insidious: The Red Door, IMDb

Insidious: The Red Door Review Conclusion

I don’t want this franchise to end 😭: I really love this franchise with its mix of horror and humour. It’s dark but with a happy (mostly) family vibe. And everything connects, everything makes sense as a standalone and as part of the franchise. The first will always be my favourite, because you didn’t know what you were going to get going in, and I think this movie could have gone a little bit darker, but I really enjoyed it and will more than likely watch it again in some sort of curled up on the couch watching the whole franchise vibe. If you haven’t watched any of these movies, start at the beginning. But if you have watched all the others, why haven’t you watched this one yet?

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.