The fifth instalment in Leigh Whannell and James Wan’s “Insidious” franchise is getting a slight change ahead of its release on July 7th. Originally titled “Insidious: Fear the Dark,” it will now be called “Insidious: The Red Door”.

Whilst the third and fourth films take place prior to the original “Insidious” and focus on Elise, this one takes place ten years after the second film and returns the focus to the family at the center of the story.

Story details are being kept mostly under wraps, with the new film picking up with Josh Lambert (Patrick Wilson) dropping his son Dalton (Ty Simpkins) off at the idyllic college of his dreams out East.

However, when the demons of his childhood come crawling back into their lives, it beckons them back to the Further to finally close the door on that horrible chapter of their lives.

The new film marks the first big screen entry in the series in five years. The four prior films combined were made on a budget of just $28 million and have grossed $542.9 million to date – making it one of the most profitable franchises in modern cinema.

Wilson came up with the idea for the project and will make his directorial debut from a script penned by Whannell. Rose Byrne is also back as Renai Lambert, and all are joined by Andrew Astor, Hiam Abbass, Sinclair Daniel, Peter Dager, Jaylin Loveday and AJ Dyer.

Source: Collider

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