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Insidious Inferno

USA 2023
produced by
Chad Buffett, Chynna Rae Shurts, Calvin Morie McCarthy, Susan Helfrich, Scott Motisko, Michelle Cain, Jake Hershman, Marc Helfrich, Michael Conroy, Edgar Conroy, Rich Wolff (executive) for 7th Street Productions
directed by Calvin Morie McCarthy
starring Stephanie Leet, Neil Green, Chynna Rae Shurts, Steve Larkin, Erik Skybak, Tim Coyle, Marcella Laasch, Mike Caron, Will James, Kai Eng, Jon Meggison
written by Calvin Morie McCarthy, Chynna Rae Shurts (co) music by Ben Eastman, special effects by Raptor FX Studio, special effects coordinator: Chad Buffett, special effects supervisor: Jonathan Rose, special makeup effects by Abby Hartung

review by
Mike Haberfelner

André (Neil Green) and Monica (Stephanie Leet) take a trip to her deceased father's house to fix it up and sell it. Thing is though, she has never really come to terms with the death of her father, an abusive man whom she ultimately nursed to death - and André isn't any help here at all as he's constantly going on how he has come over the death of his daughter (from a former marriage) and gives her advice that ha nothing to do with her situation. So things are tight pretty much the moment they arrive at her father's place, and they're not made any better by an insurance inspector (Erik Skybak) constantly snooping around and criticizing their renovatory efforts. The atmosphere between them prevents André from seeing the changes going on inside her, that she actually becomes less and less herself and more and more someone, or rather something, else. A blind and weird girl (Chynna Rae Shurts) tries to warn him, but he doesn't take her seriously when she starts talking about a gate of Hell opening beneath the house, and when he finally starts seeing some sense in the girls story, it's already much too late, as Monica has started killing people, and it's only a matter of time before he'll be next on her list ...


What starts out as a slowburn psychological thriller gradually shifts into supernatural horror of the demonic possession kind - and that shift is pretty much seamless thanks to a cleverly structured screenplay that's heavy on character build-up, while a genre savvy directorial effort carefully outbalances suspense and jump scares and doesn't shy away from the more visceral parts of the story. Add to that solid performances by the whole ensemble and you've got yourself a pretty cool genre ride.


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