The remake of the French Extremity horror Inside is picking up steam out of the European Film Market in Berlin. We have just learned via Variety that Rachel Nichols (P2) is attached to star and have also had a look at the sales artwork (courtesy of BD). You can take a look at that below.
The creative team behind the upcoming remake features some pretty noteworthy talent, including director Miguel Angel Vivas (Kidnapped), writers Jaume Balagueró and Manu Diez (Rec), and producers Adrián Guerra and Núria Valls (Buried). The reimagining is being described as a move away from the gory violence of the original and is expected to be more of a psychological thriller than a straight horror film.
While it goes without saying that this picture does not need to be remade (why mess with perfection) I will at least say I am glad that it is in good hands. There are a lot of talented filmmakers coming together to bring this project to life and I sincerely hope that this redux does justice to the source material by which it is inspired.
Inside tells the tale of a very pregnant young woman who was involved in a car accident that claimed the life of her unborn child’s father. Late one night when she is home alone, she is stalked and terrorized by a madwoman intent on stealing her unborn child by any means necessary.