Insidious The Red Door: Review, Box Office Collection Day 1

Insidious The Red Door: The positive response received from the audience to an offbeat story not only excites the filmmakers but also motivates them to take the story forward and make sequel films on it. The same happened with the film ‘Insidious’ released in the year 2010. When people were tired of seeing the depravity of human bodies, unnecessary body exposure and boring physical relationships in horror films, this film set a new direction for horror films. The atmosphere of the story in this film scared the people so much that its producers have made four films taking this story forward.

The previous film of this franchise, ‘Insidious: The Last Key’ was released five years ago. The film ‘Insidious: The Red Door’ is the story after the first two of these films, that is, according to the flow of the story, it can be considered as the third film of this franchise.

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Insidious The Red Door: Review

Insidious The Red Door Review
Insidious The Red Door Review

The ‘Isidious’ franchise is counted among the most successful franchises of Hollywood horror films ever. Its first film created a lot of stir in India as well and that’s why every time a new episode is added to this series, the Indian audience also waits for it. The film ‘Insidious: The Red Door’ released in India a day before the US and this may also give the film an opening advantage at the box office. This film from director Patrick Wilson, making his directorial debut, seeks to bring the franchise to an expected end. The story is of the same Lambert family which has inherited the art of leaving the body and going to the other world only with the help of the soul. If you remember the first film of this franchise, Dalton tries the same and gets trapped in a world where the inhabitants are desperate to return to earth with the help of the souls of the living bodies. The story has come a decade ahead of that. Josh drops off his grown son, Dalton, at his college. He is also engaged in efforts to recover his memory. But the past does not leave him.

“Inherited fear of the past”- Insidious The Red Door

Insidious The Red Door Review
Insidious The Red Door Review

Meanwhile, a girl moves in as Dalton’s roommate in the hostel. Both of them understand that it is a confusion regarding the name. Meanwhile, friendship develops between the two. What Dalton’s teacher asks Dalton to put on canvas in the classroom opens a door through which forces from other worlds begin to re-enter Dalton’s life. Josh meanwhile digs into his parents’ past. He learns the truth about his father’s death. When he goes to meet his separated wife, the truth also comes to the fore that he already knew all this. Now there is a collective fight between the father and the son against the illusory forces. With references to the previous films, the story reaches the point where it becomes this side or that side.

Insidious The Red Door: The Last Chapter

Insidious The Red Door Review
Insidious The Red Door Review

The film is billed as the “final chapter of the Lambert family’s terrifying saga”, which suggests this might be the last outing for Wilson and co.

“It may not be a forever rest, but it’s certainly going to be a very long rest,” Blum said. “So, if someone comes up with some idea in 10 years, who knows? But there’s not a plan – as there has been with every prior Insidious movie – there’s no current plan in place for number six.”

Insidious Box Office Collection: Day 1

According to reports, the fifth installment of the Insidious The Red Door franchise collected only Rs 2.05 crore on its opening day in India, of which Rs 1.35 crore came from English screenings and Rs 0.7 crore from Hindi screenings.

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