Inner Demons (2013) - Review, Rating and Synopsis

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  • Release Date:  2014
  • Genre:  Possession
  • Cast & Crew: Lara Vosburgh, Morgan McClellan, Kate Whitney, Brian Flaherty, Colleen McGrann, Christopher Parker, Ashley Sutton, Sewell Whitney, Adrian Gaeta, Andi Rene Christensen, Leslie Coutterand.
  • Director:  Seth Grossman
  • Screenwriter:  Glenn Gers

Inner Demons (2014) Rating:

  • Eloise = 7 / 10;
  • Raoul = 6 / 10;
  • IMDb = 5.2/10;
  • Rotten Tomatoes = 6.0/10.

Inner Demons (2014) Synopsis:

A documentary crew follows a young heroin-addict woman in her struggle through rehab – only to discover that the evil that inhabits her is in fact very real.

Inner Demons (2014) Review:

inner Demons takes the form of a fake documentary – relating the events that supposedly happens behind the scene as a TV crew is shooting one of these “intervention” TV-show, the kind that is so popular nowadays.

The movie theme is heroin addiction, and the movie draws a nice parallel between drug usage and demonic possession. This concept has been used a few times before, but here it is really at the center of the scenario and, I must say, well exploited. The story, even though it lacks complexity and finesse…is clever enough to make to movie easy to follow.

There are a few scary bits, mostly the apprehension type. Unfortunately, the possession is not very well made: a mixture of low-budget CGI, body bending and poorly made makeup work. But in the end it does not matter so much, credible special effects would have made the movie spectacular, but here we are still left with a good one.


The ending is probably the best thing about Inner Demons, it should take unaware viewers by surprise for it is exceptionally brutal and surprisingly different from the general tone of the movie. It made me like that movie so much more!

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