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First Trailer for Pregnancy Horror Thriller 'Inside' with Rachel Nichols

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December 13, 2017
Source: YouTube

Inside Movie Trailer

"You'll have to come out sooner or later…" Vertical Entertainment has premiered a new trailer for a horror thriller titled Inside, a remake of the original French film of the same name by Alexandre Bustillo & Julien Maury. This new version is made by a Spanish filmmaker, but it's actually entirely in English and thus is more of a "Hollywood" remake, though it wasn't made in Hollywood at all. Inside stars Rachel Nichols as a pregnant woman who moves alone into a new home. She recently lost her partner in a car crash that left her partially deaf. She's stalked by a stranger who is obsessed with her unborn child. The full cast includes Laura Harring, Stany Coppet, Andrea Tivadar, and David Chevers. So this looks exactly like you'd expect, more horror landing in January if you're interested. Never underestimate a mother's protective fury!

Here's the official trailer (+ poster) for Miguel Ángel Vivas' Inside, direct from YouTube:

Inside Movie Poster

Young mother-to-be Sarah is trying to rebuild her broken life: recently widowed in a shattering car crash that left her partially deaf, with her baby’s birth uncomfortably long overdue and alone, unpacking in unfamiliar surroundings having just moved home. She can only just stay afloat. As night descends on her deserted suburban street, there’s an unexpected arrival at the doorstep: Sarah receives a most unwelcome visitor. Alone and carrying her baby, Sarah faces a calculating, cold-hearted and predatory woman – an adversary who will stop at nothing to snatch her unborn child. Inside is directed by Spanish filmmaker Miguel Ángel Vivas, of the films Extinction, Kidnapped, and Reflections previously. The screenplay is by Jaume Balagueró and Manu Díez, with Alexandre Bustillo. This first premiered at last year's Sitges Film Festival. Vertical will release Inside in select theaters + on VOD starting on January 12th, 2018 next year.

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Reader Feedback - 14 Comments

1

Now THAT'S how to cut a horror trailer! Looks pretty intense initially, but hopefully doesn't devolve into a generic predictable mess in the third act, like most of these films do. Not my cup of tea, but that trailer was intense. LACK OF SOUND folks! IT WORKS!

THE_RAW_ on Dec 13, 2017

2

I didn't like the original and I am not really into this one either. I guess it's just not my cup of tea ...

shiboleth on Dec 13, 2017

3

Inside ain't for everybody, so I wouldn't feel bad.

CUJO on Dec 29, 2017

4

Well, that doesn't say a lot. It's a bad idea and a bad film. And that's only about the French version, but probably American version won't be much better. In fact, those tend to be even worse ...

shiboleth on Dec 29, 2017

5

It's a controversial idea and a surprisingly watchable film considering how graphic the violence is. Agree to disagree.

CUJO on Dec 30, 2017

6

Yes, let's agree to disagree. And yes, it was watchable, because I really wanted to see Beatrice Dalle. But, on the end, the film was really and controversially bad and cheap, another depth of necrophilia on film. Do enjoy the remake ...

shiboleth on Dec 30, 2017

7

I guess you didn't like the baby CGI lol - I didn't either. I also didn't care for the scene where the handcuffed kid becomes a zombie and attacks the heroine. It's silly. But I loved the performances by the two women and thought the gore was glorious, even though I'm not the sort of person who consciously looks for violent movies.

CUJO on Dec 30, 2017

8

I can agree with that view. But for me, the whole thing was somehow empty and too simplistic. Besides, at that time, I saw some other French films which I didn't like, Martyrs was one of them. Also, very intense film with nothing really to say. But then again, so many people liked it. For me, something huge is missed in these films, there's some big void in them. As for the violence and gore in films. I think that so many of us is being trained to endure more and more of it, but ultimately, for me, that robs films of their substance...

shiboleth on Dec 30, 2017

9

I also have affection for Martyrs, but once again I can understand why you don't dig it. Unlike Inside it's not trying to entertain you, ever. There's one scene in the movie that I absolutely can't watch - the woman with the metal around her eyes is the most horrific and sad image I've seen on screen. Yikes! But there's something about it that keeps me intrigued until its over and I can't put my finger on it. Maybe it's the fact that it seems to genuinely care for its two tortured heroines. I don't know.

CUJO on Dec 30, 2017

10

Oh it's not about being entertained, that would be really boring. Films do entertain me sometimes, but I expect them to be insightful in some way, mostly. And feel rather annoyed if they fail at that, as Martyrs (or Inside, for that matter). That second part of Martyrs, the torturing part, is just saying nothing to me. I did and could endure the whole thing, as a viewing experience, but other than that, it was a shallow spectacle. Regardless all the moments of what's happening with her body (Yeah, that was not pleasant. And the part when she gets beaten, I really saw no purpose for that). Anyway, sorry, but not intrigued on my side ...

shiboleth on Dec 30, 2017

11

Yeah I know the beating scenes are... Yeah. Oh well lol it isn't for everybody and most importantly that's okay 🙂

CUJO on Dec 30, 2017

12

Yup, could be done more smartly. But hey, cheers, Wish you best in incoming New Year ...

shiboleth on Dec 31, 2017

13

Ditto dude

CUJO on Dec 31, 2017

14

French one was DAMN.

DAVIDPD on Dec 14, 2017

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