Last week I picked up the DVD for this film:
It was terrific (suspend your disbelief and just go with it). Unfortunately, this is the DVD cover that Dimension Films is going with here in North America:
The cover art is awful and seems to be targeted towards what some cynical execs must think the 20-something set who've made the "Saw" series a hit are looking for. Don't let the cover art fool you. "Inside" is a unique (and obviously very bloody) film.
This weekend I saw this film:
It's the first time I've been scared (in an entertaining way) by a new flick since, I think, "Session 9". Yes, it has a few problems (momentum drags for a few minutes about the 3/4 mark, genre-required tag-on ending), but I enjoyed the hell out of it.
Then I watched:
Unfortunately it was a bad quality grey market DVD-R, but the movie itself was terrific. Though it owed a small debt to "Psycho" (shifting sympathies, and some other aspects I won't get into...), it was still original, atmospheric, creepy, lurid, and surprising. It's amazing that there are still so many genre offerings out there for a life-long horror buff like myself to discover.