‘Insidious: The Red Door’ Posts Another Strong Weekend

by Thomas Tuna

Moviegoers are still knocking at the door.

Insidious: The Red Door–the latest successful entry in the horror franchise–dropped off (predictably) during its second weekend at the domestic box office, but, despite the debut of the most recent Mission: Impossible film, the horror pic still drew fans.

Coming in third in the domestic race, The Red Door earned $13.5 million this weekend from 3.200 theaters, according to a report on Deadline, bringing its total to nearly $59 million for its first two weekends.

The PG-13 Blumhouse/Sony flick–directed by star Patrick Wilson from a screenplay by Scott Teems–also features Rose Byrne, Ty Simpkins, Sinclair Daniel, Peter Dager and Hiam Abbass.

Set 10 years after the franchise’s second entry, 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.”

Keep reading Horror News Network for the latest on the Insidious franchise.


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