Intruders Reviews

  • Intruders
    • Genre : Thriller, Horror
    • Release Date : March 30, 2012
    • MPAA Rating : R
    • Duration : 100
    • Production Budget : 13
    • Studio : Millennium Entertainment
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  • unfortunately, it’s followed here by twists that explain things too easily, making the fantastical seem ordinary after all
    Review rate : C by Eric D. Snider [ ]
  • this is still an intelligent, scary little movie
    by Stephen Whitty [Newark Star-Ledger ]
  • there's plenty of atmosphere, with numerous dark shots, shadows, and night scenes, but the tone is more moody than scary
    2 of 4 by James Berardinelli [ReelViews ]
  • the most interesting parts of the story are stacked heavily towards the end of the film
    3 of 5 by Amber Wilkinson [Eye for Film ]
  • the horror genre is neither confining nor in need of transcending, and it's that kind of attitude that leads to mediocrities like Intruders
    Review rate : C by Scott Tobias [AV Club ]
  • the film falls apart over a final surprise that's neither engaging nor effective
    3 of 5 by Bill Gibron [ ]
  • simply not in the class of such recent Spanish thrillers as "The Others" and "Pan's Labyrinth"
    2 of 4 by Lou Lumenick [New York Post ]
  • its climactic reveal fizzles accordingly
    by Mark Holcomb [Village Voice ]
  • intruders segues into exactly the sort of slow-moving horror picture one might've expected
    2.5 of 5 by David Nusair [Reel Film Reviews ]
  • for a man with his own demons, the character takes far too long to connect the dots
    by David Rooney [Hollywood Reporter ]
  • first two acts are quite well done as they build on the mythology and really deliver on scares
    2.5 of 5 by Brad Miska [Bloody Disgusting ]
  • also explores some interesting ideas about the power of storytelling and the imagination
    3 of 5 by Matthew Turner [ViewLondon ]

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