Drama / Horror / Thriller

IMDb Rating 5.7 10 10


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April 9, 2019



Jack Kesy as Beau Harris
Martin Starr as Andrew
Rory Culkin as Lonnie
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634.77 MB
23.976 fps
90 min
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23.976 fps
90 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by maariahupsha 6 / 10 / 10

Felt more like a thriller than a horror

Very interesting premise and this is definitely a watchable film. The acting isn't overtly bad, it's actually decent, but I just felt it didn't fulfil what films with similar premises (e.g you're next) did. As stated in the title, this felt more like a thriller than a horror, to some extent comparable to gone girl - in terms of the questionable/morally grey protagonist. Would I recommend? Yes. It doesn't quite go to the places a solid 7+ rating would achieve, but nevertheless an engaging and enjoyable psychological thriller

Reviewed by Dan Franzen (dfranzen70) 5 / 10 / 10

The house that fear built

In Intruders, a severely agoraphobic young lady (Beth Riesgraf) is menaced by three baddies in search of cash somewhere in her home. But this isn't a standard home-invasion flick, and she's not the standard victim, either. This Intruders contains a devilish twist about midway through, and suddenly this isn't a movie about a damsel in distress but something wholly different – and much more interesting. Anna (Riesgraf) lives in an old house with her brother Conrad, who's quickly dying of some disease. The two have lived in the house by themselves since their father passed away some ten years earlier, but Anna has developed a paralyzing fear of the outside. She can't even open the door without hyperventilating. Conrad dies very early in the film. The only other person Anna has been in contact with over the past decade has been the faithful delivery boy from Meals on Wheels, Dan (Rory Culkin). A few days before Conrad's death, Dan and Anna discuss the possibility of either leaving their small town for bigger and better things. When Dan says he'd love to strike out on his own somewhere, Anna offers him a sackful of cash. Which Dan turns down. A quick fast-forward to the days after Conrad's death. It's time for the funeral. Anna doesn't go, despite the pleadings of her brother's lawyer. And then, while she's at home doing pretty much nothing, a couple of vehicles pull up in her driveway and men enter the house. They don't know she's there. Because she's not supposed to be there. Riesgraf's Anna is no shrinking violet. At the same time, the thugs aren't exactly one dimensional themselves, with each character carefully defined without being a stereotype. Perhaps this affair won't be as one sided as it initially appeared. After all, this is Anna's home turf. I found Intruders to be fairly brilliant, with a neat twist on a standard plot that ultimately transforms the film from a pile of predictability to a tsunami of terror and guessing.

Reviewed by cmovies-99674 5 / 10 / 10

This movie is a great watch, but a bad review

PROS: The acting was pretty solid in this film. I enjoyed how unwavering the characters were when it came to expressing pain. Pain is such a hard emotion to show especially 100% of the time, so I give credit to the actors here. I also love how fitting the movie cover is. CONS: For me the largest problem would be the extreme amount of plot holes. This movie goes from one basic idea and completely dumps that idea and goes with a whole new one. The transition itself was not done with tact nor was it helpful at all. As soon as you got comfortable the director took away any stability established in the film. There were just so many confusing attributes. As soon as they introduced a different plot line they abandoned the other one, and that was the biggest problem. Once a new plot line gets developed it's key to keep the first plot line because a good movie should build off the first one to get to the second one. Therefore, you ended up getting an ending that didn't go together with any of the character development or structure of the movie.

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