The Evil Inside Her

 (43)3.61 h 18 min2019X-Ray13+
What's supposed to be a relaxing weekend for four friends quickly turns into a fight for survival in the middle of the North Carolina wilderness.
Directors
James Suttles
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Eric RobertsMelissa KunnapBrian Ashton Smith
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SuspenseHorror
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English [CC]
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English
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Madeline TeshJeff Ryan AlexanderMary McGahrenBlaque FowlerToni Staniewicz
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2.8 out of 5 stars

43 global ratings

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  2. 18% of reviews have 4 stars
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Patti58Reviewed in the United States on June 11, 2019
1.0 out of 5 stars
Don't believe the 4 star rating
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I do not understand how this movie has a 4 star rating. Eric Roberts must be in dire straights if this is what he's sunk to. I watched about 40 minutes and then turned it off. These two couples are suppose to be friends but when one of the females begins acting strange, i.e., puts palm of hand on hot burner, begins tearing her forearm apart at the dinner table until she's profusely bleeding. The remaining three (including her boyfriend) just stare at each other and don't even get up from the table and then begin questioning what kind of person she is. What? Normal people would have her in the car driving to the emergency room and desperately trying to help their friend. Yes, I know, it's a horror movie but it still has to be somewhat plausible to be good. It's on Prime so you won't be wasting your money - only your time.
9 people found this helpful
sean whiteReviewed in the United States on May 22, 2019
2.0 out of 5 stars
The main problem with this is....
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The main problem with this movie is... plot. 1.) The characters never really get a chance to avoid a grim fate. (the audience has a guess as to what is happening, but the characters never do - there is no character vs the source) 2.) Also, the characters just stand there and let themselves be killed. There is no fight for survival - which again is no conflict. 3.) The friends realize she needs to go to the hospital for blood loss and apparent craziness in her, but fail to act.

In the end, there is no real conflict, and you end up rooting for the cast to die because they behave incredibly stupid -- even with the characters make fun of horror film characters acting dumb. In the end, this was a horrible movie that could have been a lot better. Such as - the characters making a connecting with her acting strange since the coffee shop. Or more focus on killer stalking them and build a sense of dread -- and have the other characters actually fight for their lives.

In the end, this is just a cow made for the slaughter - but that would be a more entertaining movie than this.
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Wille DayReviewed in the United States on June 22, 2019
1.0 out of 5 stars
No way is this movie anything above a 2 star rating.
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The were no strong characters in this movie at all. The lead character's reaction in the opening scenes to Eric Roberts interaction with his girlfriend is not typical for a black man. His reaction would be and generally would be stronger. This character continued to show lack of strength throughout the movie, including running away instead of fighting for his life. The dinner scene was horrendous. The lack of believable, realistic concern by the characters to the girlfriend's mutilation of her arm is 5 star itself. I lounged on my couch questioning, "What?" They are just sitting there. The other female in the group had no horrified expression on her face. There was no rush to help the woman. Another thing I found strange was the long conversation before they noticed what the woman had done to herself. Realistically, and even in a horror movie or of any other genre, they would have noticed her lack of participation in their conversation. The two characters sitting across the table would also have seen something unusual long before they actually did. All in all, it was a poorly acted performance. How it got 4 and 5 stars is beyond me.
4 people found this helpful
Mama DearestReviewed in the United States on June 26, 2019
3.0 out of 5 stars
Keep in mind this is a B rated movie - it surely must be.
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We all love Eric Roberts, feel he is the Roberts who deserved better, but he also is known for his poor choices in movies and small bits. This movie albeit, B rated with all unknown actors with little talent, wasn't all that horrible, but not all that great either. It's, let's say, good enough when you can't sleep and if you should doze off you won't feel you've missed much. Which was my case, I couldn't sleep and then popped up. I did watch it in it's entirety tho. The writer(s) of this movie must think we are all a bunch of idiots because the movie is too often illogical. Most times I found myself rolling my eyes and shaking my head while smirking. The characters are none likable. I guess Mike is, but defiantly none of the rest. Emma tries to be bossy. TJ is the cynical one, but when it gets weird he's the only one to call it like it is. So that gives him a notch up. Vikki looks like she'd have an strong voice, but when she opens her mouth, she sounds like a five year old. Her acting skills I'd say are the most lacking. None of the three seem to have any common sense. However the ending was perfect to me, everything fell 'fairly' into place, and Eric makes a last statement to Vikki that is spot on with todays reality. I could not agree more! Take notice: In all the chaos close to the end, Vikki somehow finds the time to stop and put on a pair of black leggings under her pjs, lol. Overall, not such a terrible movie. I'll give it a 3 Star - C.
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Gregory M.Reviewed in the United States on April 20, 2021
2.0 out of 5 stars
Movie should have been titled "We rented an 8 foot slider"
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This is a film that looks pretty good, has actors who are trying, but doesn't have a story to work with.

First, the good. The cinematography and lighting is really quite good for a movie this bad. Also, the acting is pretty good in spots. The three main actors, Michael, Emma and TJ, who actually interact are believable and natural in what seems like ad-lib when they're together. Vikki is terrible. But I think she was directed to be terrible. So I don't blame the actress. And Eric Roberts is horrible. I truly believe it's not worth it to cast a name if he's just going to come in for two days and phone it in. He was easily the weakest character and actor in the film.

Now to the bad. What the heck was the problem with the sound??? Look, either lav your actors, or don't. Don't lav SOME of them but not others in a scene. Consistently poor audio is better than some good and some back because it really accentuates how bad the bad is. And how do you screw up a boom mic recording on a closeup??

I thought it was interesting that they didn't do any outdoor night shots. All the murder chase scenes happened during the day. Bold choice. This film isn't completely inept. It was actually made pretty well. Even if the 8 foot slider shots were repetitive and pointless.

The biggest problem was the writing and the story. Like... WHY did this man drug this woman? HOW did he come up with this drug?? Characters need motivation. And a 3 minute soliloquy at the end to say how "this generation sucks" doesn't cut it. Did Roberts' character have a reason to do this? Does he have a back story??

The opening 7 minutes scene has no connection to the rest of the film unless you take a HUGE leap of faith. I actually wonder if the first 7 minutes was filmed as a fundraiser for the rest of the film.

So this isn't the worst movie ever, but it fails at storytelling because things happen for no reason. The best part of it is the 10 minutes in the beginning of the main story seeing the interaction of these characters before things go weird. Then once that happens, everything falls apart and it's not even interesting anymore.

There's continuity problems and plot holes and character decisions that make absolutely no sense other than because the script needed it to happen. Nothing happens in this film. A woman goes crazy because she was drugged and kills her three friends. The end.

That's boring. That's not a good film. Sorry.
CHapl364Reviewed in the United States on May 22, 2019
4.0 out of 5 stars
surprisingly very entertaining!!
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whats not to like....good pacing good story well executed some nice gore and pretty good acting from the Leads in the story...The character that played Tom Green Look alike was annoying but he got his....I was really surprised by how entertaining this movie was...and I think its a interesting watch for Horror fans..
3 people found this helpful
moveee buffReviewed in the United States on June 13, 2019
2.0 out of 5 stars
Illogical plot and character reactions
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I supposed the writer wanted to make these characters thoughtless, predictable, weak mentality and physically.
The most interesting part of movie was the first 10 mins in which to set up the plot. Unfortunately there were illogical
reactions to very serious occurrences happening in this movie by the victims.

I wonder how much money Eric Roberts got for the 3 scenes in this movie. I use to be a fan of Roberts but he's playing in very low budget productions the last few years but at least he's still working.
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MichelleReviewed in the United States on June 11, 2019
4.0 out of 5 stars
Worst plastic bag as a killing weapon, ever.
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Worst plastic bag attack, ever. Worst old white guy (in a movie) ever. (In real life I choose Andrew Jackson). Worst to the death fight, ever. Best dry rub, Eric Roberts at 1:13 'ish.
"Thank you baby". Scariest line to close a movie? "Have a great day little lady."
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