‘Insidious: The Red Door’ Gets PG-13 Rating For “Terror”

by Thomas Tuna

The last door is about to open.

Insidious: The Red Door–the fifth and reportedly final installment in the horror franchise–will hit the big screen in a couple of weeks, and it now has its MPA rating.

The feature–directed by star Patrick Wilson from a screenplay by Scott Teems–earned a PG-13 rating (like the previous films in the series) for “terror, violence, frightening images, strong language and suggestive references.”

Releasing July 7, the movie also stars Rose Byrne, Ty Simpkins, Sinclair Daniel, Peter Dager and Hiam Abbass. James Wan serves as producer.

Set a decade after the second entry in the franchise, The Red Door follows Josh Lambert (Wilson) and a college-bound Dalton (Simpkins) as they “go deeper than ever into The Further in order to put their demons to rest once and for all,” according to the synopsis.

The original 2010 Insidious–directed by Wan from a screenplay by Leigh Whannell–follows a couple whose son falls into a coma–becoming a vessel for entities in the dimension known as The Further.

Keep reading Horror News Network for any further updates on Insidious: The Red Door.


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