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The ‘Inside’ Remake Looks as Vicious and Unnerving as the Original [Trailer]

On January 12, 2018, Vertical Entertainment will cut deep into Kidnapped and Extinction director Miguel Ángel Vivas‘ Inside, his remake of Alexandre Bustillo and Julien Maury’s French slasher masterpiece À l’intérieur.

Bloody Disgusting has the official trailer that looks surprisingly similar to the first, gore and all. The new version stars Rachel Nichols (The Loop, Tokarev, Fantastic Four) as a pregnant woman who is being attacked by Laura Harring (Mulholland Drive, Inland Empire, Love in the Time of Cholera, The Punisher), a lunatic who wants her baby. Benedict Seal reviewed the film out of the UK FrightFest, calling it “messy and unpleasant.” The trailer looks just as vicious as the original, although there is absolutely no way it’s better than the French slasher, which harkened back to films like John Carpenter’s Halloween. Still, for an English-language remake, this looks like hot stuff.

In the film, “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 will arrive on VOD platforms early next year kicking off 2018 with heaps of blood and violence.

 



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  • Looks good, not original but well made

  • I’ll check it out but, according to everyone who has seen it, it’s not as vicious or unnerving as the original. This is apparently a less violent remake that goes for psychological horror.

  • Kyle Ord

    “Gore and all”??

    I literally saw zero gore. I some some blood. But most of the original movie the main character has a massive slash across her face. Which is clearly absent from this film.

    Blood and gore are two separate things. This movie still might be ok. But the extream violence from the original is what I love about it so this movie is already starting on a negative note

    • theundead

      Oh so it has to have alot of blood and gore to be good?

  • Ted C

    If I had a dime for every time I read the word “brutal”.

  • zombie84_41

    will it be a shot by shot remake and why remake it? Will they come up with a new twist? pointless if you ask me

    • theundead

      Don’t watch it then plus who’s forcing you to watch it?

  • J Jett

    fact:
    there is NO way this movie will even come close to being as brutal/gory/bloody as the original film.
    i’m not saying this remake will be bad but let us not kid ourselves in thinking it will reach the awesome original film’s gore/blood level.

    • xcalibrate ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      And, there appears to be no reason to see this one. The original is great. A remake would only be for those who seemingly can’t read subtitles. Too many disappoint, with many examples including; A tale of two sisters, Shutter, Rec

  • Necrogeddon666

    No thanks. I skipped the Martyrs remake. I’ll skip this.

    • Saturn

      You made the correct decision in regards to the Martyrs remake – it was a turd.

  • Jack Derwent

    I wonder what Brad considers “gore and all” — in the original film Sarah was soaked with blood in the French film. Also Laura is no Beatrice Dale.

    • Necro

      Thank You Jack, Thank You!

  • David.

    I love the original and normally I would keep away from the remake but I like a few ideas here, the loss of hearing could make some creepy scenes and I was happy to see just 1 cop. The scene in the original with 2 cops and a group of random rioters wanding around the house felt like it shouldn’t have been there.

    The only thing I don’t like is the dog…you know it’s gonna die 🙁

    • theundead

      If the dog dies its fake you do know that right?

  • Iosh Evens

    Skipping on principle.
    I never support remakes for the sake of localisation.

  • The_Gentleman

    OK. I’m interested now though I still have my doubts. The hearing aid is a nice touch, though

  • Boydon

    the trailer is cut to perfection. loved the “due january 2018” tag

  • Beatnation

    It doesn’t look that terrible, but like I said in the Matyrs remake thread, Fench Extremism can’t be topped, why you even try?. just because Americans are lazy enough to overlook subtititles?

  • Baron Tentecula

    Any fighting mad horror fan would reject the notion of this remake on principle and ask “WHY?”. I ‘m sure some here have noticed that many of the more popular sites play it safe not to offend makers and producers of said films because they depend on them for sources and revenue. If I were in the same boat and this was my job, I might approach it the same. Most of the sites mix these commercials in with the content strictly for revenue. Knowledge is power.

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