The Inside

2012

Drama / Horror / Thriller

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IMDb Rating 2.9 10 266

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Eoin Macken as The Man
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93 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Leofwine_draca 2 / 10 / 10

Betrays a total lack of understanding of how film-making works

A one-man-band Irish horror film, directed, written and acted by Eoin Macken. Unfortunately this gentleman displays an entire lack of understanding of what's involved in the film-making process, and despite the found footage hook on which he hangs his movie, this turns out to be one of the worst in a glut of badly made recent horrors. Narratives are all about ebb and flow. You start off subtle, build up tension and atmosphere to a climax, then simmer things down before building up again. Things inevitably lead to a final climax which should be bigger and more dramatic than that which has come before. This story, which tells of a birthday party in an abandoned building that goes horribly wrong, gives you precisely 10 minutes of set-up before letting rip with a constant soundtrack of high-pitched screaming. I'm not kidding: there's no script here, just characters screaming and shouting for what seems like an eternity. Maybe it was done to cover up a lack of acting talent, but whatever the reason it's absolutely horrendous. The director has no understanding of subtlety or how it can be used to make a quietly effective and genuinely frightening movie. THE INSIDE goes all-out early on and stays like that till the climax. The movie is also unpleasant, featuring defenceless women being terrorised by rapist thugs, at least at first. Things change later on, heavily indebted to the likes of REC and THE DESCENT as the party-goers fall victim to something sinister and nameless. But it's not scary, none of it is remotely frightening. The film also ends about 20 minutes too early and tacks on an extraneous sub-plot which makes it even worse, and I didn't even realise that was possible. This truly is the pits.

Reviewed by unendurable_lampoonery 2 / 10 / 10

*sigh*

I just saw this film at Monster fest Melbourne, and must say when it started I was already annoyed by screaming girls and shaky camera work, which i was expecting as it is another "found footage" film that i am getting very tired of. But then the vagrants come in and I'm thinking, this is messed up this could be really sinister and nasty, and then it dragged on, and on, with silly little cliché glitches of the camera extremely similar to the tall man series on you tube. then the over used baby cry that is never fully explained or reasoned and also chuck in some witch craft and satanic symbols on the wall, and I'm just thinking. "what is this film." people ended up just laughing through out the movie screening. I think a movie where you never care about the characters to begin with then you are made to feel a bit scared for them, then hate them again, and then I just wanted the film to end, but it just kept going. A number of people walked out on this film screening, I stayed as I will try to give everything a chance and this is sadly just bad.

Reviewed by neil-476 2 / 10 / 10

Dreadful

Tramps assault partygoers in a warehouse, following which things get worse - some alleged supernatural gubbins is involved. This horror film is yet another found footage effort (with edits and changes in camera angles). It is so dark as to be almost impossible to follow visually, not to mention the large amount of jittercam. The image quality is poor. And someone thought it was a brilliant idea to have screaming and non-stop snivelling featuring on the soundtrack for at least an hour longer than the film lasts. This film is so horrible as to be virtually unwatchable.

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