Insidious’ next chapter checks in with its original characters 10 years later

The Insidious franchise has been around for over a decade and the fifth installment takes a look back at all the horrors that preceded it and what they could mean for the future of the Lambert family. Treacherous: the red door brings back the series’ original cast, including Patrick Wilson and Rose Byrne, in a movie set to be released on July 7.

takes place 10 years after the first two films, The red door is a direct sequel to them, after the next big step for the Lambert family: university.

Dalton (again played by Ty Simpkins), the astral-projecting boy from the first film, is now going to school to put his ghostly past behind him. But it turns out the demons aren’t quite ready to leave Dalton alone. The latest trailer features a few shots of some of the creatures that have terrorized the franchise so far, as well as a few new for new nightmares. (The trailer also uses Tiny Tim’s “Tiptoe Through the Tulips” in an unprecedented creepy new way.)

The film brings Leigh Whannell (The invisible man), who wrote the first four entries in the franchise, to write the story The red doorwhile the screenplay was written by Scott Teems (Halloween kills). The film marks the directorial debut of actor Patrick Wilson, who starred in the series from its inception. Horror veteran James Wan (Saw, the magic, evil), who directed the first film in the series, returns as an executive producer Treacherous: the red door.