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Cody Calahan
Rachel Sellan as Drama Class Friend
Kerstin Bradler as Drama Class Friend
Kyle Hytonen as Suitor
Heather Dicke as Drama Class Friend
Eric Picard as Suitor
Paul McGinnis as Suitor
Glen Reid as The Man In Black
Brooke Henderson as Helen's mother
Kate Fenton as Dr. Headly
Michael Lipka as Roman
Nina Kiri as Molly
Storyline: Let Her Out follows Helen, a bike courier who suffers a traumatic accident. As she recovers, she begins to experience strange episodic-black outs, hallucinations, and night terrors-that lead her to discover that she has a tumor, a benign growth that is the remnants of a "vanishing twin" absorbed in utero. Over time, the tumor manifests itself as the dark and demented version of a stranger. As Helen's emotional and psychological state begins to deteriorate further and further, she begins to act out in psychotic episodes that are influenced by her evil twin - making her a danger to herself and her best friend, Molly.
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What is inside you just wants to come out...
"Let Her Out" caught my attention with two things; the first and most prominent thing was that it is a horror movie, of course. And the second thing was that the synopsis for the storyline seemed interesting and it could actually be a great movie.

I will say that I didn't really find this 2016 horror movie to be a particular masterwork piece within the horror genre. While the story was entertaining enough for what it was, then the movie was just suffering from being overly predictable and actually also being way too generic - leaning way too much up against many other horror movies. So it other words, it lacks originality.

There are some good enough moments throughout the course of "Let Her Out", mostly being the jump scares, but also the acting should be praised here. Alanna LeVierge really did carry the movie quite well with her performance as Helen.

"Let Her Out" is hardly a movie that will scare you out of your wits, but there are some creepy and spooky enough moments here and there to make it worthwhile to sit through the entire movie. However, "Let Her Out" just wasn't an outstanding or particularly memorable movie.

Nicely filmed and equally nicely edited, there is something oddly appealing about the movie in a strange way. And there are some rather interesting and somewhat disturbing visual scenes that were quite nice, and that was a definite boost in the right direction. Just a shame that the overall picture was so predictable and generic.

Helen's fall into madness was interesting enough, but the movie just didn't fully have what it took to be outstanding. But when the transformation scene took place, it just went down the drain so fast. While it looked nice and had great special effects, it was just, and let's be blunt here, too much!

This is hardly the type of movie that you will watch more than once, because the story doesn't have enough contents to sustain more than a single viewing.

My rating of "Let Her Out" settles on a 5 out of 10 stars. While "Let Her Out" certainly is entertaining enough for a single viewing, there are far better horror movies out there.
nice surprise, i liked it
Took me a while before I watched this one because just see the low ratings. really, I loved it and I even found it one of the better horrors of 2016. I agree, it isn't going to be for everyone.

Therefor you really must dig a bit of arty camera-work and editing but if you can pass that you are into a flick that gives you more horror then you expected. You can watch it as a straight horror or you can watch it like it's all about schizophrenia. If you do so there's more to catch. The problem is that I can't say too much about the story but it did work for me. And yes, some scene's are a rip- off of those Asian flicks like the black hair coming out of the mouth but towards the end the gore comes in.

Let Her Out, the title does says it all, was a nice surprise and it really cut into my flesh. Recommend it to all geeks.

Gore 1,5/5 Nudity 1,5/5 Effects 4/5 Story 3/5 Comedy 0/5
I am coming
The film opens at the Gemini Motel, Room 2, Toronto. Brooke Henderson plays a prostitute who is not into her work. In fact she takes payment after services are rendered which must be a Canadian thing, as "money up front" is the unwritten rule. After a few tricks, we see her take a scissors to her stomach. Flash forward to Helen (Alanna LeVierge) who was in her womb at the time. Helen has an accident and gets conked on the head. She starts to act strange and is diagnosed with a rare fetus in fetu...a fetus is growing in her brain putting pressure on the part that makes her do crazy things...a twin that was absorbed into her head. Oh wait 2 clever was that? The film keeps you engaged for most of it. The explanation causes it to drag a little even as there is blood everywhere. The last motel room scene was excellent on the special effects except they stopped short and opted for hiding camera angles after giving us so much. A facial close up would have made the film.

Guide: F-word. Sex. Nudity (Brooke Henderson) Nominated best film Molins de Rei Horror Film Festival 2016
Toronto indie horror
A girl prostitutes herself out of the Gemini Motel in Toronto. She is brutally raped and gets pregnant. She ends up stabbing herself in her belly. Twenty three years later, bike courier Helen and her best friend Molly are at the same motel when Helen gets hit by a car. As she recovers, she suffers from visions and experiences.

This small Toronto indie horror seems to touch on many of the horror tropes. The problem is that it never settles on one. It does plenty of stuff. There are some good body horrors. The actress is workmanlike. It has some good functional camera work. All the good work can't distinguish it from any number of other indie horrors. It's hard to care about her story.
Quite a rush
I must admit I didn't expect much from this considering there was only one review and the rating was about average.

The plot has been done before - evil twin remnant left at childbirth wants a chance to live - but this one took it to the extreme.

I don't think I gave away much, but put a spoiler alert anyway.

The acting was excellent and so was the directing. The visuals were well done too.

It's rare for me to find a movie so utterly disturbing. Most of the horror these days is just plain silly. This one got my heart pumping and I actually felt the pain this woman was going through.

I recommend this movie, but go in with low expectations. You may be surprised like I was.
Run-of-the-mill horror title; tried to be "Smart" but mediocre sadly.
I would probably not have bothered with this film, but a good friend REALLY wanted to see it, so we went and checked it out. At this point in modern film-making, there is nothing new under the sun...especially in the "Horror genre"...sadly that is also true of this title. The plot has been done before in 2009's "The Unborn" more or less, but this run through has 2 twin sisters, rather than a boy and a girl.

The beginning is OK, there does seem to be a supernatural basis to the origin of the individual who gets the ball rolling in the first 5 mins (pun intended), but this element is never really pursued again; if at all...then only in the final 20 minutes, but it is never specifically mentioned as such...merely by assumption.

There are your compulsory characters that serve no purpose other than to die! Obligatory annoying individuals who you wish would die (some do thankfully), littered throughout, along with the typical in the social media/see short attention span modern age; jump cuts that make up for not having sensible transition scenes between main scenes. To be fair the editing is probably the best part of this film, so they at least did a competent job of splicing all the celluloid together (if they even still do that?).

The acting is passable in the main. The 2 female leads do OK, but their friendship being not quite sisters/not quite lovers/who knows what, really fails to convince and you can almost see them switching out of character before the director yells "CUT!" in a handful of scenes. I had to laugh where she ties herself up thinking it will stop her nocturnal antics; as if she tied herself definition she can untie herself!...Anyway if she was serious in any way about protecting those around her, she would have asked to be committed/observed...I mean seriously; the operation was in a couple of days for Christ sake! The ending is totally predictable, by 25 minutes in you know the next hour is a formality. There is no 1 memorable scene unless you like freakish transformation effects (barely there tbh), and I cannot think why anyone would want to see this more than buying on DVD is a non-starter.

With so many other horror titles available, including a back catalogue of quality films from 60s/70s/80s, it is hard to recommend this film for any particular reason. If you're watching cable TV late and are too lazy to reach for the remote...check it out...Maybe!
Great style, terrible substance
"Let Her Out" is a small budget movie. But you wouldn't know that by looking at it. This is perhaps one of the most visually impressive movies of the year. It's got a vivid color palette and camera use that is never boring. The makeup effects are realistic even when they're completely over the top. This movie has the look of a major studio production and millions and millions of dollars behind it.

The film starts showing us a hooker who is eventually raped. The intro of the movie is done with almost no dialogue and is told concisely. The intro ends and we are brought into the movie proper. It's 23 years later and we are introduced to Helen, the product of that rape. Or is she? Helen finds out she has a twin that died in utero and was absorbed by her body. It is implied that perhaps Helen wasn't the product of rape but perhaps the twin was. Anyways, the absorbed twin begins to take control of Helen body giving her blackouts.

If you're reading this and think it sounds silly, well this is a horror movie. Such silliness is more than welcome if it provides some solid scares and an interesting peak at what it means to be human. Perhaps, the twin isn't really taking control and maybe Helen's brain is using it as an excuse to attack those who have victimized her.

But that would be giving this story far too much credit. While I love this movie visually, its story has no depth besides, "bad twin gets out and does bad things!" any attempt to maybe use this bizarre situation to reflect upon the human condition is completely wasted. Part of it is how we have no real characters in this movie. They are just props that move the plot along. Even our main character, Helen just seems to be there to occasionally be taken over by her twin. All the other characters exist to be victims of these episodes. Even the ending turns into little more than a creature feature with the evil twin going on an apparent murder rampage.

The acting doesn't help at all. Some is serviceable and some is just downright bad. It's all rather disappointing. When so much good gets mixed with so much bad, it's tough to end up good overall. And that's where "Let Her Out" ends up. I almost want to recommend it as a visual spectacle, but in the end you'd have to watch the dreadful story. And that is something I cannot recommend.
Terrible movie...
I must admit is a terrible horror movie. I didn't expect much from this considering there was only one review and the rating was about average maybe did by some family or friend.

The plot has been done before - evil twin remnant left at childbirth wants a chance to live - but this one took it to the extreme, means so bad but bad of terrible

The acting was so terrible even they don't act they are a bunch of friends or neighbors The visuals were so bad make by a domestic home video

It's rare for me to find a movie so utterly disturbing because is so bad, even I got sleep the first minutes of this terrible movie. Most of the horror these days is just plain silly but this on is the king of the silly, seems kind of retard movie. I do not recommend this movie, but go in with very low expectations. You may be surprised like I was terrible do not waste your time.
Let me out
What you have to do in films is create an empathy with the characters, a lot of films fail in this and you start wanting the people killed off, this is one of those films. Maybe it is me but everyone in the film irritates me, the acting is one dimensional and the plot has been done many times, the dead twin taking over the living sister, the problem is the total lack of dialogue, the plot at times makes no sense. The girl has a genetic growth in her brain and the hospital discharges her to run rampant through Toronto? if she can tie herself up the surely she must realise the evil sister can untie herself, why put a chair against the door to prevent the evil sister getting out, she will simply move the chair to one side. Not the worst but just lost interest in the story.
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