On the Inside

January 3, 2011 0 By Fans
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A decent but troubled young man is sent to a psychiatric institution for the criminally insane and soon finds himself in a fight for his life battling ghosts inside his head and very real enemies all around him.

Release Year: 2011

Rating: 5.0/10 (369 voted)

D.W. Brown

Stars: Nick Stahl, Dash Mihok, Olivia Wilde

Allen Meneric is committed to a psychiatric institution for the criminally insane because of a brutal revenge murder. There he is forced to deal with the very ill and the dangerous until, as part of a socialization program, he is transferred to minimum security where he meets Mia, a beautiful bipolar female inmate. Ever haunted by his past, Allen seeks his redemption when sudden events demand that he protect Mia from the violence and chaos of the institution.


Nick Stahl

Allen Meneric

Dash Mihok

Carl Tarses

Olivia Wilde

Mia Conlon

Pruitt Taylor Vince

Ben Marshal

Shohreh Aghdashloo

Dr. Lofton

Tariq Trotter

Tom Bogotus

Daniel Franzese

Paul Warren

Daniel London

Nathan Parks

Joanne Baron

Mrs. Standings

Haley Webb

Allen's Girlfriend

D.W. Brown

Bearded Man

Amy Attaway

Female Doctor

George Drennen


Lissa Brennan


Rick Applegate


The mind is a prison.


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Release Date: 3 Jan 2011

Filming Locations: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

Box Office Details

Budget: $4,000,000


User Review

What goes on "On the Inside"

Rating: 10/10

Well after viewing this only a few minutes ago I'll try to give an
outline without being emotionally invested. Great acting from Olivia
Wilde and Nick Stahl. The soundtrack was good and the pace was even, as
it built the frame around Stahl's character,as to what he actually did
or did not do to get him locked in the mental facility. Upon
introduction into to Dash Mihok's character Carl, there is an immediate
tenseness brought in as they let his evil be well apparent. Of course
since O.Wilde is housed in the same facility we can guess there will be
some sort of relationship between her and Stahl. Although it wasn't a
film with big "thrills" or serious action it did very good keeping my
attention, I rarely get emotionally involved but found myself caught up
and full of anger at points that I won't mention, I would recommend to
anyone, especially those who are looking for some real raw emotion out
of a film.

Also I need to mention the great job of Pruitt Taylor Vince as he was
great as supporting cast. It's freaky how he makes his eyes go back and
forth so quickly, I just about blinded myself trying to do it *>)