Wednesday, October 31, 2012


Hey, do you like feeling good about yourself and life? If not, then this movie is for you. It is about the same thing every French horror movie post 2000 is about - horrible suffering and pain with no relief (although this one is actually about that, physically and philosophically). France is an interesting country because people from there will always talk about what awful savages Americans are but then they ban mosques from the whole country or make violent garbage like this where non-white girls get tortured to death. In conclusion France has the Louvre but remember that liking Western art is admitting complicity with imperialism you dumb duck!


(Alternate ending here)

1 comment:

Quammy said...

The first 20 minutes or so of this movie are interesting. Basically everything up until the point where the movie becomes nothing but scenes of torture. The hype over this movie actually had me excited by the possibilities of the New Wave of Extreme French Horror, but my unopened copy of Inside has been collecting dust since I saw this movie and Frontier(s).