To this day, Isabella (Fernanda Andrade) is haunted by the grizzly murders her mother committed nearly 20 years ago. With no explanation as to why her mother became brutally violent, Isabella travels to Italy in hopes of understanding the truth behind that night. The Devil Inside is the latest exorcism movie Hollywood has rolled off the assembly line, with the added bonus of being of the "found footage" variety. It's almost as if the producers designed this movie based solely off the great trailer, and forgot they had to create an actual story worth telling. For starters the script is rather mundane, attempting to add dimension to this overdone story by creating this silly mother-daughter redemption story, which never carries much emotional weight and takes way too much time. To be fair, this could have still have been fun, but NOPE, not at all. Unfortunately, the film is let down by some rather forgettable performances outside of Suzan Crowley, and an absolutely stupid, nonsensical ending. My guess would be that the filmmakers were trying to create an ambiguous ending, but they sure did miss the mark. A truly forgettable film that has very little scares.
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