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The ‘Inside’ Remake Gets European Release

With screenplay by Jaume Balagueró ([REC]) and director Miguel Ángel Vivas’ usual collaborator Manu Díez, the Inside remake stars Rachel Nichols (The Loop, Tokarev, Fantastic Four) and Laura Harring (Mulholland Drive, Inland Empire, Love in the Time of Cholera, The Punisher), who are both featured in these new images. The film is set to premiere at the upcoming FrightFest in London, although Bloody reader Fabien M. just tipped us that it’s arriving in Europe on home video on October 7, 2017. Hopefully, a U.S. release comes soon after.

Here’s a previously released trailer.

Pregnant and depressed, a young widow tries to rebuild her life following the fateful car accident where she lost her husband and partially lost her hearing. Now, about to go into labor, she’s living in a remote house in the suburbs when, one Christmas night, she receives an unexpected visit from another woman with a devastating objective: to rip the child she’s carrying from inside her. But a mother’s fury when it comes to protecting her child should never be underestimated. Rachel Nichols and Laura Harring play the two main roles in this brutal and bloody hand-to-hand combat.

Inside is produced by Nostromo Pictures, a Barcelona-based company that’s behind Rodrigo Cortés’ films Buried and Red LightsGrand Piano, that opened the 2013 Sitges Film Festival, or the box office sensation Palmeras en la Nieve. It has the thrillers El Guardián Invisible and Contratiempo well under way.



  • Darkknight2149

    Although I dislike the idea of an Inside remake, I’m giving this one the benefit of the doubt since it’s from the [Rec] writer.

    • Matt Miller

      And the director of Kidnapped, that film was brutal.

  • Timothy KingCraze Richardson J

    Liked the original… Hope they don’t fuck this one up…

  • Forca84

    Rachel Nichols is still a decent star. I’m guessing it will at least get put on dvd in the U.S. Is the plot considered too taboo for theatres?

  • suckit15694

    no reason to remake this first one was a classic

    • Necro


  • Necro

    We’ll see, I’m assuming they’re aware of how much the first film is liked. The one thing I personally give any director(s) is the balls to remake anything, especially in this day and age where remakes are generally looked down upon and the fact that there’s been so many it’s sickening. I’m starting to notice they’re happening a lot quicker to, in this case only 10 years since the original. It’s on them if they fuck it up, just like the assholes who butchered the needless ‘Martyrs’ remake.

  • Brey Compton Arriaga

    Hey, they’re releasing the movie in theaters here in Mexico, here’s the trailer, english track w’spanish subtitles

    • Sumilangeun

      The Crucifixion (2017)

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      When Nicole comes in contact with Father Anton (Corneliu Ulici) more and more inexplicable events occur. The pair begin to believe that the priest lost the battle with a demon.
      Director: Xavier Gens
      Writers: Chad Hayes, Carey Hayes (as Carey W. Hayes)
      Stars: Sophie Cookson, Corneliu Ulici, Brittany Ashworth

  • Kyle Cole

    This one may turn out to be pretty good. I love these types of movies. The original is a classic, i just dont think that the remake will be as gory and depraved as the original. Ill be looking forward to it being released in the US soon!

  • Jon Mcgreevy

    Inside & Martyrs were part of the French Extremism movement and to remake them without the French Socio-political themes will be a major loss in translation. Inside remake (like Martyrs before it) will just be an interpretation with it’s balls cut off!

  • Fuck this shit, fuck the people who had the idea to remake this in the first place, and fuck all the douchebags who really want to see this.

    • Darkknight2149

      I’m only giving it the benefit of the doubt because of the filmmakers attached to it. Really, the very idea of an Inside remake seems pointless.

  • Andy Frolis

    Rachel Nichols (P2, G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra, Conan the Barbarian). There, fixed it for you.

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