There’s Someone Inside Your House
Director: Patrick Brice
Writer: Henry Gayden
Based on: Stephanie Perkins‘ novel
Cast: Sydney Park, Théodore Pellerin, Asjha Cooper, Dale Whibley, Jesse LaTourette, Burkely Duffield, Diego Josef, Zane Clifford, BJ Harrison
Seen on: 9.1.2022
Content Note: (critical treatmen of) queermisia, racism
Makani (Sydney Park), Alex (Asjha Cooper), Zach (Dale Whibley), Darby (Jesse LaTourette), and Rodrigo (Diego Josef) are in the last year of high school. What should be an exciting time for them, turns gruesome when their classmates start dying, murdered in the most aweful ways. It appears that the killer targets people with dark secrets and reveals those secrets with their murder. It appears only a matter of time until Makani and her friends have to confess to theirs.
There’s Someone Inside Your House has some promise but none that it really fulfills. It remains so vague and shallow that it’s actually a bit boring.