They're Inside Review: Found Footage Horror at Its Most Disturbing

They're Inside Review: Found Footage Horror at Its Most Disturbing
From director John-Paul Panelli, the upcoming thriller They're Inside is a unique addition to the found footage subgenre. As longtime horror fans will know, the found footage format was first popularized by The Blair Witch Project in 1999. Telling the story of the fate of three missing filmmakers, the movie's plot unfolded completely through the use of "discovered" footage found during a search for the victims. In 2007, the low-budget found footage movie Paranormal Activity carved its own mark as a found footage movie by making it a ghost story. Similarly, They're Inside makes found footage interesting again by adding a slasher movie twist, and it's not like any movie from the genre I've seen before.

They're Inside can probably best be described as The Blair Witch Project meets The Strangers. It follows two filmmaking sisters, Robin (Karli Hall) and Cody (Amanda Kathleen Ward), along with their friends on a retreat to
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