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The Inside (2010) Movie Review

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cache_450_636_1_100_80_15066851_hires_packshotThe Inside (2010) Movie Review
Director:Eoin Macken
Writer:Eoin Macken
Stars:Karl Argue, Kellie Blaise, Siobhan Cullen
Available here from Monster Pictures
Reviewer: Horrorphilia Jason

 

Official Synopsis
When a man (played by director Eoin Macken) purchases a camera from a pawnshop he discovers horrific footage of a 21st birthday celebration gone horribly wrong. Five girls out for a night of drunken shenanigans break into an abandoned warehouse, their merriment soon vanishes when they encounter three vagrants hell-bent on violence and mayhem. The brutality of the vagrants awakens a dormant and malevolent force within the building itself, a force that that no one, not victim nor perpetrator, can fathom – or stop! Entombed in the labyrinth-like building, each character is caught in a struggle against an evil entity with a thirst for flesh and souls!

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EXTRAS
Exclusive feature length picture in picture commentary with Director Eoin Macken
Trailers
Making of Documentary

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