The 'Insidious' horror series is getting a fifth installment. Not only that but its director will be a familiar face to the franchise.

The first 'Insidious' hit cinemas in 2010 and proved a big success for the studio Blumhouse.

The company is renowned for making big returns on low budget horrors. 'Insidious' made $99.5 million against a $1.5 million budget.

Combined with its three follow-ups, the series has made a total of $539 million worldwide on a combined budget of $26.5 million.

The first two films focus on a couple whose son becomes possessed by entities from another dimension.

The latter two are prequels that follow the psychic who helps the couple.

Patrick Wilson, who stars in the first two movies alongside Rose Byrne, will helm 'Insidious 5' and reprise his role in it.

This marks his directorial debut.

The news was announced at Blumhouse's first-ever BlumFest.

Taking place a decade after the last movie (2018's 'Insidious: The Last Key'), 'Insidious 5' sees Dalton (Ty Simpkins returns) head off to college. We wonder if those ghosts and demons will follow him there...

Wilson says the movie "will provide an amazing chance to unpack everything the Lamberts went through a decade ago, as well as deal with the consequences of their choices."

'Halloween Kills' screenwriter Scott Teems penned the script, based on a story by series co-creator Leigh Whannell.

It's not the only horror gig Patrick Wilson has lined up either. He'll reprise his role as Ed Warren in next year's 'The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It'.