Watch: Clive Owen in New Trailer for Supernatural Thriller 'Intruders'
A couple trailers have already surfaced for the supernatural thriller Intruders from 28 Weeks Later director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo, and now a new trailer delivers more strange horror with Clive Owen. The story centers on an 11-year old girl who's forced to confront childhood demons, but rather than this only being a terror for the child, the girl's father also gets caught up in the madness. There's a lot of really weird shots in this trailer that make me think there's going to be a lot more going on than the normal supernatural stuff we've come to expect from typical films like this, but we'll have to wait to find out this spring. Watch!
Here's the new theatrical trailer for Juan Carlos Fresnadillo's Intruders, originally from IMDb:
A thriller centered on the origin of the monsters that are born in childhood and are passed on by a family.
Intruders is directed by up-and-coming Spanish filmmaker Juan Carlos Fresnadillo, who directed Intacto and 28 Weeks Later previously, was attached to BioShock, and is now attached to The Crow remake. The screenplay was co-written by Nicolás Casariego & Jaime Marques. This was shot last summer in London with Universal Pictures producing in the UK. Though we're not sure who is distributing, according to IMDb, Millennium is finally releasing the film here in the United States starting March 30th. Anyone interested?
Great, just about to go to bed and I watch that. Thanks.
Michael Kingscott on Feb 15, 2012
Did you survive the night??
Kaim on Feb 16, 2012
Good luck trying to pass Paranormal Activity 4's numbers.
Michael Lee on Feb 15, 2012
MikeEvil on Feb 15, 2012
Saw it at TIFF. Was a bit disappointing.
Sean Kelly on Feb 15, 2012
Very good likeness between her and Clive Owen. She looks like if Clive had a baby with Robin Tunney.
Mayor McCheese on Feb 16, 2012
Meh. So hard to judge a film based on the trailer, but for me it just doesn't get me all goose pimply.
Quanah on Feb 16, 2012
Nice accents. I got goose bumps. I liked that the dad saw it in the trailer, the realness of it makes the story more authentic. The fact that she started it by writing, using her imagination, and then it comes to life, fantastic.
ccoltmanm on Feb 16, 2012
eugh the poster creeped me out a bit tbqh looks interesting. definitely agree with ccoltmanm
fem!anon on Feb 17, 2012
I'm going to see it based simply on the fact that the dad sees the monster, unlike the ussual horror scenario where the adults are kept in the dark and are completly unsupporitive of their children...until the end when the house is dripping blood or something else stupid.
Johanna on Feb 20, 2012
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