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Inside Out (2005)





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A suburban homeowner becomes obsessed with the secretive family next door in this independent drama. Norman (Steven Weber) is an airline pilot who one day discovers he has new neighbors when he hears them moving into a nearby house during the dark of night. While Norman soon learns that Dr. Peoples (Eriq La Salle) is a psychiatrist, he can't figure out much else about him, beyond the fact he only mows his lawn after the sun goes down. Eager to uncover the enigma of the folks next door, Norman becomes friendly with Maria (Nia Peeples), the doctor's wife, and reaches out to their phobic son, Obert (Tyler Posey), but Dr. Peoples himself remains a mystery. As time goes on, Norman also discovers he's not the only one in the neighborhood eager to know more about the mysterious new arrivals. Inside Out was the first feature film for writer and director David Ogden.
Drama , Mystery & Suspense
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Anchor Bay Entertainment


Eriq La Salle
as Dr. Peoples
Nia Peeples
as Maria
Steven Weber
as Norman
Tyler Posey
as Obert
Kate Walsh
as Tyne

Critic Reviews for Inside Out

All Critics (4)

...a misguided and misbegotten endeavor through and through...

Full Review… | December 28, 2010
Reel Film Reviews

The sort of lurid and preposterous suburban thriller that is usually seen only on the direct-to-video rack.

Full Review… | June 26, 2005

This is a ridiculous, laughable thriller that will only sell extra tickets to those needing a laugh partner, since its no fun making sarcastic remarks to strangers.

Full Review… | June 24, 2005

Confusing and unsatisfying, held together only by some good performances by underrated TV veterans.

Full Review… | June 24, 2005
Las Vegas Weekly

Audience Reviews for Inside Out

WHY WAS THERE A DILDO AT THE GARAGE SALE? For all its little weird moments and eccentricities, Inside Out turns out to be a decent tale of how things are not always as they seem in a quiet suburban neighborhood

Alex Carawan
Alex Carawan

This movie was better than I thought. Suspenseful and holds the interest throughout the entire movie. Good ending as it brings almost everything together. Some things I was still puzzled about, but all in all I love movies like this. Not oscar worthy, just pure entertainment and suspense.

Cynthia S.
Cynthia S.

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Performances are mixed (some good, some horrible), direction is rather bland, but the plot is interesting with a strong sense of mystery that will probably keep you watching until the end. Speaking of which, the final twist is rather clever and innovative, but the attentive viewer can figure it out. Not bad, not great, it had its ups and downs.

David Schwenker
David Schwenker

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