Inside Out – Families in an idyllic suburban neighborhood are taunted by a mysterious doctor who moves in to town and spins a web of psychological chaos that changes their lives forever.
Storyline: When an enigmatic psychiatrist moves into a suburban community, this secretive behavior spins a web of chaos around the neighborhood. With friend against friend and husband against wife, an angered patriarch takes it upon himself to solve the mystery of the doctor. Review: It’s rare when I’m surprised by an independent film. Inside Out surprises and delivers the goods. Without giving away the plot, the most genius part of the movie is how everything comes together in the end with subtlety, without being underhanded or over the top. After you see the ending, and the reality hits you like a ton of bricks, you want to watch it again. Being a big fan of thrillers, I am often the one to figure out a film’s ending, but I was completely taken by surprise with this one as I found myself thinking “I should have seen that coming,” yet I did not. The film has dynamic characters played by veteran actors. Eriq La Salle plays an interesting villain, while Steven Weber portrays the quirky guy next door, both portrayed very well