- X 2019
A Dark Place Inside
Warren Croyle, Mike O'Mahony for Maniac Films
directed by Mike O'Mahony
starring Chris Dalbey, James Costa, Lauren Ojeda, Kieran Boyle, Rob Dimension, Genoveva Rossi, Matt Garafalo, Dakota Jade, Andrew Hall, Nat Gennace, Sean Murray, Anthony Edward Curry, Jason Boyle, Erin Anthony, Jennifer Deverin, Cole Geissler, Krystle Ann Griffin, Julie Ann Hamolko, Carmela Hayslett, Christian Jude Grillo, Tiffany Loretta Carroll, Chelsea Hellyes, Andie Hall
story by Warren Croyle, screenplay by Mike O'Mahony, music by James Costa, special effects by Mike O'Mahony
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Andy (Chris Dalbey) is an introvert if there ever was one - he doesn't
seem to have any friends, he turns down his colleague at work Paul (James
Costa) time and again when he suggests having after-work drinks, and when
driving home after work, he always fantasizes about having sex with the
girls he might spot on the bus, but never chats one up. That said, there's
more to Andy than hits the eye, his childhood (with him played by Kieran
Boyle, his parents by Genoveva Rossi and Rob Dimension) left him
emotionally crippled, and now he has taken to kidnapping attractive women,
torturing them a bit, then killing them, cutting them up and having sex
with their torsos. He also keeps certain bodyparts in glass jars while he
throws others, wrapped up in plastic bags, into a nearby river.
Paul pretty much forces Andy to have drinks with him, and introduces him
to his sister Allison )Lauren Ojeda), and Andy really takes to Allison -
so when she invites him and Paul over to dinner the next day, Andy gladly
accepts - but his idea of a perfect dinner might differ from hers quite a
A Dark Place Inside most certainly isn't a film for
everyone: Its storyline is completely immoral, it's fittingly bleak
in approach, which gets the most shock value out of everything,
deliberately slow in pace to let the on-screen goings-on sink in properly,
and Chris Dalbey most certainly knows how to do creepy. That said, the
film's subject matter is almost certainly only for select audiences - but
if you feel you can stomach it you'll almost certainly like it.