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The Inhabitant

A troubled teenager discovers she's a descendant of a killer and questions her sanity as people die around her.


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"The Inhabitant" directed by Jerren Lauder is a horror/mystery thriller that tells the story of a teenage descendant of Lizzie Borden who is caught between paranoid visions and a festering schizophrenia amid a series of small-town murders. The film is a slow-burn, atmospheric horror that relies on tension and suspense to keep the audience engaged. The cinematography is excellent, with dark, moody lighting and claustrophobic camera work adding to the film's eerie atmosphere. The performances are strong, with Odessa A'Zion delivering a standout performance as the tormented teenager. While the film is not without its flaws, including some pacing issues and a predictable plot twist, it is a solid addition to the horror genre that will satisfy fans of slow-burn horror. Overall, "The Inhabitant" is a well-crafted horror film that is worth a watch for fans of the genre.



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A teenage girl with school troubles discovers she is a descendant of a legendary killer. As people start dying around her, she begins to question her own sanity. Is she becoming a murderer?

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