A woman in her third trimester of pregnancy is stalked by a stranger who is obsessed with her unborn child.

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Jaume Balagueró (screenplay by), Manu Díaz (screenplay by) (as Manu Díez) | 3 more credits »

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Rachel Nichols ... Sarah Clark
Laura Harring ... Madeleine
Ben Temple ... Isaac
Gillian Apter Gillian Apter ... Sarah's Mom
Andrea Tivadar ... Police Woman
Craig Stevenson ... Police Officer 3
Stany Coppet ... Police Officer 1
Richard Felix Richard Felix ... Police Officer 2
Steve Howard ... Gynecologist
Babou Cham ... Taxi Driver
Maarten Swaan ... Matt Clark
David Chevers David Chevers ... Brian
Núria Valls Núria Valls ... Mother in the Car
Mar Cecelia Valls Mar Cecelia Valls ... Child in the Car
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During her last month of pregnancy, the young Chicago photographer, Sarah Clark, has a hideous car crash that claims her husband's life. Widowed, alone, and emotionally scarred, Sarah is about to spend her first Christmas Eve after the terrible incident without her loved ones; when, suddenly, a knock at the door in the middle of a rainy night will lead to a nightmarish home invasion. Now, an obsessive woman in black wants something precious from her, hell-bent on getting it at all costs. Can Sarah survive this blood-drenched night of terror? Written by Nick Riganas

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Some women would kill for a baby. See more »

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Horror | Thriller

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This is a remake of the 2006 French home-invasion thriller, also called "Inside". See more »

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Pointless Remake of a Great Horror FIlm
20 December 2017 | by Im-not-all-here-myselfSee all my reviews

Yet again, the film industry shows it's lack of imagination and lack of quality scripts by re-making an already great horror film. The original, L'interier, was a terrifying, bloody joyride from beginning to end. The roles were cast well. The story was tight. believable and scary as Hell. The direction was excellent as well. The movie was intense to the extreme yet it still felt like this could actually happen in real life! None of these components can be applied to this pitiful excuse of a re-make. Although Rachel Nichols is an accomplished actress, she struggles through this film like a rookie. It's not her fault as her part has been watered down via faulty script and poor direction. Actress Laura Harring was a poor fit for the part of "The Woman" originally portrayed by the amazing Beatrice Dalle. This film is yet more evidence that mainstream film markets have lost all originality and are increasingly dependent on re-making earlier, preferably foreign films or churning out low budget, poor replicas of successful ones. When I learned that an American re-make of the incredible French horror film "Martyrs" was being made, I swore to myself to never watch it. I broke that promise to myself and watched it. The film, like the new version of "L'Interiour" is nothing more than a milquetoast, re-visioning insult to the original. Gone was the sheer gut-wrenching violence perpetrated on these girls, Gone was the insane logic which help the group together, It took a film that reached out and punched you repeatedly in the gut and turned it into little more than a made-for-TV movie filled with rejects from the O.C. that had far less talent than the roles required. In fact, like "Inside", the re-make of "Martyrs: seemed to have been created solely for the late teen audience due to the removal of many of the key violent and bloody scenes Neither of these films needed to be re-made and the evidence is right in front of you. Forget these abortive attempts at capturing lighting and stick with the originals


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12 January 2018 (USA) See more »

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