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Fresh off the film’s premiere at Sundance, Netflix has opened up their check book and shelled out a whopping $17 million to acquire worldwide rights to horror movie It’s What’s Inside.

The news was first reported by Deadline this afternoon.

In director Greg Jardin’s It’s What’s Inside, “A pre-wedding party descends into an existential nightmare when an estranged friend shows up with a mysterious suitcase.”

Brittany O’Grady, James Morosini, Alycia Debnam-Carey, Gavin Leatherwood, Reina Hardesty, and Nina Bloomgarden star in the genre-bending movie.

Meagan Navarro writes in her Sundance review for BD, “Its irreverent tone and Jardin’s visual eye ensure a highly entertaining time, though it becomes prone to tangled knots.”

“The director pulls from his music video background to ensure a vivacious, eye-catching feature that dazzles and lures you further into the tangled abyss, even as many of its central players frustrate,” Meagan continues. “Even still, It’s What’s Inside is pure fun. Moreover, it’s extremely funny. Jardin assembles an ensemble willing to push their frequently and intentionally insufferable characters past the point of insanity for our entertainment. On that front, Jardin’s debut is a stunning success. It’s a twisty puzzle box that demands your attention.”

Meagan adds, “Not all the pieces fully come together, but Jardin’s ambitious debut will easily earn a devout following for its creative setup and commitment to bonkers fun.”



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