Insidious: The Red Door soundtrack: All the songs that play in the movie

Insidious: The Red Door
Insidious: The Red Door /

Insidious: The Red Doorthe latest installment in the Insidious franchise, is playing in theaters. Patrick Wilson and Rose Byrne return to reprise their roles as Josh Lambert and Renai Lambertand. Even though the story has flaws and isn’t the strongest chapter in the franchise, the horror icons do not disappoint, delivering powerful performances. Another thing to love? The Insidious: The Red Door soundtrack!

If you didn’t catch all the songs that play in The Red Door (including one that may or may not feature Patrick Wilson himself, we’re here to help! Below, we share all the songs that play in the movie, so get that dark playlist ready.

NO SPOILERS. Haven’t opened  The Red Door in theaters just yet? No worries! There are absolutely no spoilers here! We’re only sharing the list of songs and not reveal any events that take place in the movie. 

Insidious: The Red Door soundtrack

Here’s the quick list of songs that play in the latest Insidious movie:

  • “Roll with the Changes” by REO Speedwagon
  • “Arab Money” by X.Orbit feat. Toon
  • “how do you feel?” by Destroy Lonely
  • “Fill Your Heart” by Tiny Tim
  • “Always and Forever” by Nino Alvarz
  • “Stay” by Ghost feat. Patrick Wilson
  • “L.O.V.E.” by Robin Loxley and Slow Wave
  • “Looking West” by Joseph Bishara
  • “Tonight is Your Night Bro” by Danny DeVito
  • “Heavy Lifting” by Robert Del Naja and Neil Davidge
  • “Astra Travel” by Alan Hawshaw
  • “Tip Toe Thru’ The Tulips” by Tiny Tim

As for the original score, you can check it out, HERE. Which of these songs will you be adding to your playlist?

Is Patrick Wilson really singing in the Insidious song “Stay” by Ghost?

Yes! It appears Wilson is a man of many talents, including rocking out. Wilson is the star of the movie as well as The Red Door‘s director, and now you can add soundtrack credits to his name! Ghost, a Swedish rock band, cover the 1992 Shakespeares Sister hit  “Stay.”

What did you think about Insidious? Did you enjoy the soundtrack? Are you seeing the movie in theaters or waiting for the streaming release?

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