Overall Rank: 4150
Average Rating: 2.7/4
# of Ratings: 47
Theatrical Release Date: 10/17/2007
Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 04/15/2008
Genre: Horror, Thriller
MPAA Rating: NR
Director: Alexandre Bustillo, Julien Maury
Actors: Béatrice Dalle, Alysson Paradis, Nathalie Roussel, François-Régis Marchasson, Jean-Baptiste Tabourin, Dominique Frot
Plot: On Christmas Eve a pregnant woman stays at home alone a day before her scheduled delivery. Shunning friends and family after a near-fatal crash takes the life of her husband, she is awakened by a mysterious woman who wants the child for her own and will let no one stand in her way to get it. -- Chris Kavan
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Snoogans - wrote on 02/16/2015
Watching 'Inside' was one of the most grueling experiences I've had with a horror film. Terrific direction gives this simple shocker great sustained tension throughout. I was constantly on edge and in total dread. Having the main woman being helpless and pregnant makes the situation much more dire, because you are even more afraid for her unborn child. The unrelenting nature is nerve racking! The detailed gore f/x compliment this intense survival by adding to the shock value and not overtaking the tension. It thrills and disturbs in equal measure. Not for the easily squeamish or frightened.
jam - wrote on 01/23/2012
In relation to its genre, which is gorey horror, it delivers. Some very sickening scenes, but as the film progresses the bloodshed just gets ridiculous and it almost runs as a slapstick gore comedy, before climaxing with one of the most disturbing movie moments I've ever witnessed.
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cockney0_1 - wrote on 07/02/2009
Who'd have thought that nearly a decade into the new millennium France would be the main producer of quality gore movies? While Hollywood blindly stumbles on, churning out dull remakes and pointless sequels, our French brethren have been releasing some outstanding examples of how 'horror' should be done. 2002' 'Irreversible' and 2003's 'Haute Tension' arguably upped the stakes for what was acceptable to be shown on-screen, whilst 2007's 'Frontièr(s)' and last years 'Martyrs' overwhelmed audiences with relenting brutality in the case of the former, and an almost progressive style of filmmaking in the case of the latter. How does 'Inside' compare to these modern masterpieces? It actually falls somewhere between the last two, showcasing bludgeoning violence nailed to an intense ride of …
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