I need more time to ponder what kind of set up or items would be in between the doors, but for the minute, the doors themselves include:
6: Curtain of multi-colored door beads with black light above.
5: Stereotypical window garage door(metal), that rolls up, gotta have the noise it makes, and it gets stuck for a second when almost at the top.
4: Metal sunburst with different yellow/orange/red/blue colors that opens/closes in a spiral motion.
3: Long hanging plastic strips like they have in warehouse areas, but they turn and open like vertical blinds. Once you go through like 3 cats scatter.
2: I really like the two steel restaurant doors that have been used (with the small round windows). I would keep those, but have them swish back and forth a couple of times before they fully close.
1: My vault door would be the one from the Safe Crackers game on the Price Is Right. (the open/locked light would light up accordingly) Then I’m sure I’d get sued for it.
I think mine would be an ode to the different genres of movies that often get riffed.
6 - A slowly turning spaceship capsule (like in Star Crash)
5 - Swinging hospital doors
4 - Creaking wooden door with lightning flashes
3 - What appears to be a time warp portal
2 - Straight up copying @optiMSTie 's brilliant idea → Old West-style wooden saloon doors
1 - A parting water- or lava-fall like any proper rich villain would have
6- irising door
5- energy door like the old Flash Gordon viewscreens
4- the outside of the Red Dwarf
3- could possibly lead you to think you were looking at the TARDIS
2- Pod Bay door
1- red-orange door from the Enterprise
I think it would be interesting if the areas between each door were designed to pay homage to some odd locations seen in the show. One could look like Ancient Rome, and another could be a “sylvan glen.”
I already created my own door sequence for this video, which was part of my on-line birthday party:
I decided to gather all of my favorite toys (that I still had) and assemble them into “rooms” representing all of the various stages of my life. I took so long to stage each shot, that I had only a tiny amount of time left to actually edit the dang thing, so it came out clunkier than I would have liked. But, it was at least a fun project for me to reminisce over my old toys.