Terror comes calling
Four months after the death of her husband, a woman on the brink of motherhood is tormented in her home by a strange woman who wants her unborn baby.
Fuck!!!!! Kinda like a remake of Home Alone but instead of Macaulay Culkin you have a pregnant chick and instead of Chris Columbus it's directed by Satan.
The first 45 minutes or so of Inside border on horror perfection. Without delving too deep into a backstory, we are presented with a simple yet extremely horrific premise. Had they managed to maintain that level this could perhaps have been one of the best genre films ever, but unfortunately I was left staring at the ugly afterbirth of a third act making everything that went before it a distant memory.
The opening is tense and very disconcerting. We're not given much in the way of character development, but who cares. There's a pregnant woman and an insane Beatrice Dalle trying to get to the baby she's carrying. That's an automatic investment right there. I was totally gripped by the…
This was a real surprise for me. When I first watched Inside i didn't know what to expect,i was completely unaware of this movie . It blew me away and i was riveted to my seat throughout the entire movie. It has real moments of dread and a couple of stand out scares that truly deliver. The FX's are creative and at times very realistic and it's drenched in so much blood and gore it should please most gore hounds apatite.The stories been told a thousand times before but it has this unique twist that makes it stand out. If your a horror fan who has the stomach for some claret,check out this French gem,you won't be sorry.
This is why you don't run with scissors.
I had no idea what to expect from this one going in, and that's just how I like it. I knew it would be gory, and it was. I figured it would be suspenseful, and it was at certain points.
I didn't find this to be nearly as startlingly brilliant as many did. To be honest, it felt a little too pointless even for a horror flick. A little work on the back story would have gone a long way to bringing this to another level and made it a truly remarkable film.
It was still good, but I felt like it could have been so much better.
NOTE: NOT RECOMMENDED FOR VIEWING BY PREGNANT WOMEN
My god. I don't even know what to say. This movie is sick. It is ridiculously stupid at times, but it's also very effective. This is the first time a movie physically made me feel like I have to throw up. Well played you french bastards. I will give you your four-star-rating. And now I never want to see or even think about this movie again. Damn.
Béatrice Dalle is the boogieman, in chick form.
An uplifting story about a woman looking to adopt a baby on Christmas Eve. The final image is particularly touching.
It's set on Christmas Eve so can enter my Festive Film Firsts!
A pregnant woman is stalked in her own house by a strange woman dressed in black armed for the most part with scissors and an urge to stab!
Inside is an endurance test of a movie. A creepy and unsettling beginning soon becomes forgotten as the gore and kills increase in brutality and excess. Certainly not for the faint of heart but a must for gore hounds.
A surprisingly good French horror. The first half was tense horror perfection while the second was very gory and a bit ridiculous but I liked the whole package.
Gore to the core!
A must see for Gore fans...
ok French horror that builds to a bloody climax, starring a typically unhinged Beatrice Dalle. Impressive strong scene at the end.
Aggressively unpleasant and soaked in blood, filled with morons getting killed over and over again. But incredibly well made with some interesting turns late in the game.
The first 40 minutes is very suspenseful and not very bloody and then the last 40 minutes are some of the grossest and goriest things that I have seen in a film. It shocked me a little in how graphic it was. I already knew the twist which ruined it a little because it would have been more shocking and maybe make the villain more sympathetic but I feel that she has a hard time being liked after all that she did and if the twist was placed at different part then it might have changed the film with other perspective of the villain. I was not a fan of the last ten minutes with one thing that happened but all in all it is what you expect from a well made horror film that wants to push the limits.