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Review: “Insidious: The Red Door” filled with suspense and scares.

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Insidious: The Red Door debuted in theaters this past summer and was added to Netflix yesterday. Filled with suspense, jump scares, an eerie atmosphere, and a gripping storyline, the film is worth watching if you are a fan of scary movies. The abundance of jump scares will keep you on the edge of your seat.

This sequel takes the Insidious franchise to a whole new level, and Red Door’s producers know how to gradually build up suspense. The plot was interesting, and I enjoyed how the cast from the original movie has grown up.

In the first movie, the main character Dalton had a demon possess him while he was astral projecting. Now, Dalton is all grown up and attending university. In Red Door, Dalton attempts to astral project again, and that’s when everything begins to go downhill. You’d think he would stop after unfortunate event after unfortunate event occurs, but he continues astral projecting.

In summary, Insidious: The Red Door is a thrilling scary movie if you’re a horror movie fan, but if you don’t like jump scares and ghosts, this movie is surely not the one for you.

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Nadiya Ross, Staff/Reporter
Nadiya Ross is a staff reporter for The Pony Express and The Mustang.

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