Sunday, May 11, 2008
Blurbity Blurb Blurb - Inside (2007)
Touted as the anti-Juno, the French horror flick Inside examines some of the inner-workings of the female mind through pregnancy via a life and death battle between two women. It's possibly the goriest film I've ever seen (and I've seen plenty, trust me) and it all takes place inside the home, using traditional female objects like sewing scissors and hair styling products to commit the acts of violence. I'm not easily manipulated by horror films because I've seen so many, but this film really got to me and I can't believe it's only eighty-two minutes long because it's so effective.
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