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Insight of Evil (2004)

R | | Horror | 1 October 2004 (USA)
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Teenagers go to party at summer cottage and are killed off by vengeful soul.

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Jordan Schrieder
Tiffany Edwardsen ...
Tiffany & Tanya Beach
Chris Simis ...
Jason Bender
Mike Bruce ...
Mark Masterson
Cheyenne Ennis ...
Kim Sills
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Ryan Levy
Elise Cormode ...
Brenda Schrieder
Jessica Brant ...
Jessica Roberts
Anna Lisa Pantusa ...
Meagan Moore (as Annie Pantusa)
Norman McIsaac ...
Paul Schrieder
Nigel Hartwell ...
Chris Schrieder
Susan Bailey ...
Susan Beach
Edward Bridle ...
Teacher
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Insight of Evil is a ghost story about identical twin sisters. Eight months after one twin is brutaly raped and murdered, Tanya and comforting friends go to a cottage to celebrate their highschool graduation. It quickly turns into a blood bath of survival for Tanya as she unearths the truth into the long buried secret of her missing twin sister. Written by Nigel Hartwell

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Her murder was just the beginning

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Rated R for violence, language, sexuality/nudity, teen drug and alcohol use | See all certifications »
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CAD 75,000 (estimated)
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(RCA Sound System)

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1.33 : 1
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Nigel Hartwell: the brother Chris Schrieder who blows his brains out in the beginning. See more »

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Remade as Dead by Dawn (2009) See more »

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Inside of Evil (filmmaking)
4 July 2015 | by See all my reviews

That cover got me good. That art is really something. It really looks good with "hidden" demons and other things lurking in the shadows, this made the movie look intriguing. Unfortunately the movie did not look and feel the part once I started watching. But I thought, well another movie that hasn't aged well .... Until I looked on the cover of the DVD (after watching the movie) and realising this is only 11 years old! No excuse for that camera then.

I guess you could excuse the "acting" if you wanted to, but even movies with small budgets can do great things. And if it isn't from the acting department, at least something else has to be there, to elevate it above others. Nothing to find here though ... Maybe this was or can be seen as a stepping stone and the filmmakers went on and learned from this (though nothing in the filmography points to that), but as it is I'd tell you not to watch this/waste your time (the blood effects and not that redeeming to help too much with the rating either)


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