Inner Demons Review
Synopsis:INNER DEMONS follows an 'Intervention'-style reality show crew that films an episode about a sixteen-year old girl...
Inner Demons (2014) is an American horror movie that disappointed me greatly. Director Seth Grossman (The Butterfly Effect 3: Revelations (2009), The Elephant King (2006), $50K and a Call Girl: A Love Story (2014), Shock Act (2004)) failed at executing this movie because it was on the boring side. Inner Demons contains predictable jump scares, no suspense, no horror, terrible found footage and okay acting.
Inner Demons is shown as a found footage reality show episode that has not been aired as yet. The producers are trying and willing to do anything to keep their ratings from falling because it is season eight. The producers were in for a surprise when they discovered Carson Morris (Lara Vosburgh) who claims that she is possessed by a demon. She also claims that she is addicted to drugs because the demon in her makes her do it. Jason Hurwitz (Morgan McClellan - The Secret Lives of Dorks (2013), Monster Flu (2011), Baron Blackwolf: Dogs of God (2012)) is the camera guy who begins having feelings for Carson. He believes that he can save Carson from her possession of a demon because he believes every little word that she says.
I do not recommend Inner Demons because it is a total waste of time that you cannot get back. I would not even recommend this movie as a last option for those who have nothing to do - it’s better doodling on a piece of paper than watching this movie. This movie is such a cliche and does not even do justice to the movies it bites off of. The camera static enhances whenever there is going to be a scare. The CGI was dark and awful. If I am not mistaken, the special effects in this movie appeared to be getting worse as the movie progressed. I am not fond of found footage, but there are a few movies I do enjoy. This movie made me nauseated because of all the quick camera movements.
About Inner Demons (2014)
Total Avg. Votes: 18
Writers: Glenn Gers
Director: Seth Grossman