Editor’s note: This review was originally published at the 2021 Fantastic Fest Film Festival. It will be available to stream starting on Friday, October 6.
A socially conscious “Scream” riff about a killer that takes cancel culture into their own hands (with the help of a taser gun and a very large knife), Patrick Brice’s “There’s Someone Inside Your House” strives to modernize slasher movies for the social media age by suggesting kids today are more afraid of being found out than of being filleted alive. Sure, the stab-happy serial murderer stalking this film’s extremely diverse cast of rural American high schoolers is willing to slit some throats at the end of the night,Likewise, the killer’s teenage prey aren’t terrified by the threat of a maniac in their midst so much as by the idea that someone might know what they deleted last summer. It’s a subtle distinction, and there’s a slightly different edge to a slasher in which becoming the victim of one crime means owning up to another.
There’s Someone Inside Your House | Official Trailer | Netflix
StoryLine –There’s Someone Inside Your House
There’s Someone Inside Your House Movie Makani Young (Sydney Park) has moved from Hawaii to quiet.she and her classmates is a killer intent on exposing their darkest secrets to the entire town, she is killer intent on exposing the darkest secrets to the entire town.
- Original Language:English
- Director:Patrick Brice
- Producer:Michael Clear, Dan Cohen, Shawn Levy, James Wan
- Writer:Henry Gayden
- Release Date (Streaming):Oct 6, 2021
- Runtime:1h 36m
- Production Co:21 Laps Entertainment, Netflix, Atomic Monster
- Sound Mix:Dolby Digital