Insidious: The Red Door Ending And After-Credits Scene Explained

One of the lower-key awesome aspects of the Insidious series is its overall coherence. These movies don’t contradict each other, and they’ve got a neat core saga with the Lambert family and the ever-haunted Elise. Insidious: The Red Door, the fifth movie in this franchise, proudly upholds that commitment to the big picture. If you’re eager to understand where the story goes, we’ve broken down what happens during the ending of Insidious: The Red Door, including the after-credits scene.

Warning: This article contains major spoilers for Insidious: The Red Door, including a detailed description of its ending.

What happens in Insidious: The Red Door?

The Red Door picks up a decade after the events of Insidious Chapter 2–the third and fourth movies were prequels, and they aren’t being disregarded or anything like that. During Chapter 2, a possessed Josh Lambert (Patrick Wilson) chased his family around the house with a hammer and tried to kill them, but young Dalton (Ty Simpkins) ventured into the spirit realm that they call The Further, found Josh’s spirit, and brought him back to his body. Both of them were then hypnotized so they would forget all this bad stuff and hopefully not get into another mess like this.

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