Insight of Evil (2004)

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Eight months after her sister is brutally murdered, Tanya and her friends go to a cottage to celebrate high school graduation. But their party quickly turns into a blood bath as she stumbles upon the secret that was buried with her twin.


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16 November 2012 | TheLittleSongbird
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| Another example of a good idea wasted
Insight of Evil is not without its redeeming qualities, the idea was great, for low-budget it doesn't look that bad- I've seen far worse- and the soundtrack was serviceable. Unfortunately, the rest of the movie just didn't deliver. I've seen worse effects, but the monster was not menacing at all and looked cheap and awkward above all else. The dialogue is trite and stilted, never once coming across as believable. And it certainly doesn't help when the acting lacks any kind of personality or any heart for what they're participating in and when the characters are so bland and annoying in alternative to reasonably developed and likable. The story is also executed poorly, sluggishly paced and predictable, hindered further by overlong and lazy exposition in flashback, a forced opening and a ridiculously contrived ending. On the whole, a real waste of a good idea. 3/10 Bethany Cox

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CAD75,000 (estimated)

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