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Patrick Wilson Gets Claustrophobic in New ‘Insidious: The Red Door’ TV Spot

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Patrick Wilson faces his claustrophobic fears in the latest TV spot for “Insidious: The Red Door,” the fifth installment in the chilling “Insidious” franchise. Returning to its roots, this film follows the events of the first two movies, with Wilson reprising his role as Josh alongside Rose Byrne as Renai Lambert. In addition to his acting role, Wilson takes on the directorial duties for the first time.

The new clip, released by Blumhouse, shows Josh undergoing an MRI scan, still haunted by the events of “Insidious: Chapter 2” a decade later. As Josh finds himself trapped inside the malfunctioning machine, he encounters a malevolent demonic presence, heightening the suspense for viewers. Wilson aims to deliver scares through the characters’ traumas rather than relying on cheap jump scares. He explained that the film delves into the effects of ten years on the Lambert family and their emotional journey, promising an intense and harrowing experience.

The return of the Lambert family marks their first appearance since 2013. The franchise took a detour with prequels in 2015 and 2018, focused on the beloved character Elise Rainier, played by Lin Shaye. Despite her character’s demise in the first film, Shaye remains part of the franchise through old videotapes, offering guidance to the family. Alongside familiar faces, the infamous “Lipstick-Face” demon makes a menacing comeback in “The Red Door,” adding to the suspenseful atmosphere. With a decade-long build-up, the film serves as the concluding chapter for the Lambert family’s story.

However, the end of their story doesn’t mark the end of the “Insidious” franchise. A sixth spin-off film, titled “Thread: An Insidious Tale,” has been announced and will continue the supernatural saga. Deadline reports that Mandy Moore and Kumail Nanjiani are in talks to star in this upcoming installment.

Prepare for a claustrophobic journey as “Insidious: The Red Door” arrives in theaters on July 7th.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about claustrophobic nightmare

What is “Insidious: The Red Door”?

“Insidious: The Red Door” is the fifth installment in the popular “Insidious” horror franchise. It returns to the roots of the series, featuring Patrick Wilson as Josh and Rose Byrne as Renai Lambert. The film explores their characters’ traumas and introduces a claustrophobic nightmare as Josh faces a malevolent presence while trapped inside an MRI machine.

Who is directing “Insidious: The Red Door”?

Patrick Wilson, who portrays Josh Lambert in the film, also takes on the role of director for the first time in his career. This marks his directorial debut.

Will there be jump scares in “Insidious: The Red Door”?

While there may be some scares in the film, Patrick Wilson has emphasized that the focus of the scares in “Insidious: The Red Door” will primarily come from the characters’ traumas rather than relying on cheap jump scares. The film aims to deliver a more emotional and intense experience.

Are there any familiar characters returning in the film?

Yes, the film brings back the Lambert family, last seen in 2013’s “Insidious: Chapter 2.” Additionally, Lin Shaye reprises her role as Elise Rainier, appearing through old videotapes to advise the family despite her character’s death in the first film. The iconic “Lipstick-Face” demon from the franchise also makes a chilling return.

Is “Insidious: The Red Door” the final film in the franchise?

While “Insidious: The Red Door” serves as the conclusion to the Lambert family’s story, it is not the end of the “Insidious” franchise. There is a planned sixth film titled “Thread: An Insidious Tale,” which will continue the supernatural saga.

When will “Insidious: The Red Door” be released?

“Insidious: The Red Door” is set to hit theaters on July 7th.

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