Panic Room
Quicklinks
Top Links
trailers and videosfull cast and crewtriviaofficial sitesmemorable quotes
Overview
main detailscombined detailsfull cast and crewcompany credits
Awards & Reviews
user reviewsexternal reviewsawardsuser ratingsparents guidemessage board
Plot & Quotes
plot summarysynopsisplot keywordsmemorable quotes
Did You Know?
triviagoofssoundtrack listingcrazy creditsalternate versionsmovie connectionsFAQ
Other Info
box office/businessrelease datesfilming locationstechnical specsliterature listingsNewsDesk
Promotional
taglines trailers and videos posters photo gallery
External Links
showtimesofficial sitesmiscellaneousphotographssound clipsvideo clips

Connect with IMDb



2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005 | 2004 | 2003 | 2002 | 2001

1-20 of 25 items from 2016   « Prev | Next »


Would You Buy a Porsche From Kristen Stewart?

15 July 2016 11:32 AM, PDT | backstage.com | See recent Backstage news »

Before becoming a household name thanks to “Twilight”—and a formidable actor in her own right with films like “On the Road” and “Clouds of Sils Maria”—Kristen Stewart was a promising young child actor starring in movies like “Catch That Kid” and “Panic Room.” And that’s not to mention the occasional commercial! In this 1999 Porsche commercial, Stewart play a daughter who, after missing the school bus, goads her dad into driving her over in his sleek and stylish 911 Carrera. Clearly enjoying herself along the way, she learns to “miss the bus” a second time to do it all over again the next day. Watch the young Stewart at work below! You could be next! Check out our commercial audition listings! »

Permalink | Report a problem


Kristen Stewart On Her Acting Process: There’s One Thing She’ll Never Do

15 July 2016 9:59 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

At 26, Kristen Stewart is already a veteran of the industry. She’s been acting since the tender age of eight, spotted by an agent while performing in her elementary school’s holiday play, and since then has juggled massive franchises and prestige work alike. After all that, she still resists talking about her performances in the bland industry lingo that so many performers adopt with their rising profiles.

For example, don’t ask her what it’s like to play her roles. Or, rather, don’t use the word “play.”

“‘Play’ sounds like ‘lie’ to me, and I’m just trying to do the opposite,” Stewart recently told IndieWire. She’d already slipped up once during the conversation, when referring to her Cesar Award-winning role in Olivier Assayas’ “Clouds of Sils Maria.”

So what do you call whatever it is the ubiquitous star does whenever she surfaces in another movie? »

- Kate Erbland

Permalink | Report a problem


The Meaning Behind Kristen Stewart's New Tattoo Just Might Inspire You

12 July 2016 8:02 AM, PDT | Popsugar.com | See recent Popsugar news »

While promoting her new sci-fi film Equals this week, Kristen Stewart stopped by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Monday night. While there, the actress revealed the meaning behind her latest tattoo, which reads, "One more time with feeling," on her arm. "I love that for everything," she told Jimmy about the phrase. "For my job, it makes sense, since it's a classic thing directors say to actors, but then in addition to that, you can always try again with anything you do, know what I'm saying?" Jimmy also asked Kristen about the sweet bond she shares with legendary actress Jodie Foster, whom Kristen met while playing her daughter in Panic Room at only 10 years old. "She got me a mariachi band, she's the funnest person ever," Kristen said about the time Jodie threw her a birthday party. "That stuff matters to her, which says a lot about her. »

- Quinn Keaney

Permalink | Report a problem


Dwight Yoakam Reunites With Billy Bob Thornton in New Drama 'Goliath'

15 June 2016 11:35 AM, PDT | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

Twenty years after their Oscar-winning Sling Blade, Dwight Yoakam and Billy Bob Thornton are pairing on screen again. The country icon is the newest addition to the cast of Goliath, a straight-to-series drama for Amazon Prime with Thornton in one of its lead roles.

Yoakam will play the leader of a huge aerospace company defended by the law firm at the center of Goliath. Thornton and fellow Hollywood legend William Hurt play two of the firm's partners in what's described as "the ultimate David vs. Goliath battle fought in the 21st century American legal system. »

Permalink | Report a problem


Hollywood Take Note: Here Are 16 Women Who Dominated the Cannes Film Festival

25 May 2016 5:08 AM, PDT | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

Forget the Cannes jury awards. This year, the most famous film festival in the world showcased something much bigger than a couple of prize-winners: Women filmmakers and actors at the top of their game.

It was hard to miss how much the women before and behind the camera were front and center, dominating the conversation in Cannes. More of the Official Selection films were focused on women than ever before. And a new kind of protagonist emerged at Cannes 2016. She’s independent, strong, often androgynous, and not defined by her relationships with men.

Hollywood producers, executives and filmmakers, take note. This is how it can be done.

Check out the fabulous women of Cannes 2016.

Isabelle Huppert

In Paul Verhoeven’s provocative thriller “Elle,” Isabelle Huppert plays a videogame entrepreneur who refuses to allow her violent rape in her own home to ruin her life. She doesn’t miss a beat. She doesn’t call the cops. She changes the locks, gets an Std test,  buys pepper spray and learns how to use a gun. She’s a sophisticated, elegant, powerful, modern woman who lives alone, runs her own company, manipulates her family, has sex with whomever she fancies, and is free to do as she pleases.

At 63, Huppert believably plays a younger woman in her sexual prime, bringing all her experience to bear on the role, which was adapted from a French novel by an American screenwriter (David Birke) and then translated back into French when Huppert came aboard. She elevates the character into almost making sense. Typically, Verhoeven refuses to supply psychological underpinnings for what she does. But Huppert makes us believe. With critics and awards-savvy Sony Pictures Classics behind “Elle,” this commercial movie could wind up a North American hit this fall, a French Oscar nominee (if France submits it), and a Best Actress Oscar contender.

Kristen Stewart

Another independent woman is at the center of Olivier Assayas’ “Personal Shopper,” his second English-language film starring Stewart (Cesar-winner for “Clouds of Sils Maria”). She plays Maureen, who acquires fashionable clothes for a rich client, flits around Paris on a scooter, and reaches the people in her life via Skype and mobile. She’s trying to use her skills as a medium to communicate with her twin brother, who has recently died, when mysterious texts suddenly appear on her iPhone. “Who is this?” she asks. “Personal Shopper” tracks a lost and lonely soul who is disconnected from herself. As she tries on her client’s sexy costumes and figures out who is tracking her, she eventually finds her identity again.

Stewart had a good Cannes, showing her stripes not only in her roles in “Personal Shopper” and opener Woody Allen’s “Cafe Society,” but by deftly fielding, with finesse and poise, the many questions thrown at her during press conferences and interviews. She refused to be drawn into the Allen controversy (unlike co-star Blake Lively), wore flats when she could have worn heels, and explained why she likes working with intellectual directors like Assayas. She’s a smart career shaper with a rosy future who rather than conform to Hollywood demands, prefers to make her own choices on the world stage.

Maren Ade and Sandra Hüller

Father-daughter tension forms the backbone of two of the best films in Competition, Screen International’s critics’ poll winner “Toni Erdmann” and directing prize co-winner Cristian Mungiu’s “Graduation.”

German filmmaker Maren Ade‘s third feature is a generational comedy that pits a goofy father (Peter Simonischek) against his workaholic corporate strategist daughter Ines (Sandra Hüller). She’s a woman in a man’s world who thinks she doesn’t need feminism, who Ade sees as almost “a gender-neutral character.” After anxiously trying to prove herself to her male bosses, Ines eventually gets what her father is trying to tell her via his crazy antics and humor. She sees things more clearly, reconnects with him, and takes control of her own life.

Maria Dragus

The young Romanian star of Michael Haneke’s “The White Ribbon” shines in Mungiu’s “Graduation,” which sends a controlling father (Adrian Titieni) into a tailspin when his long-held post-graduation plans for his daughter (Dragus) go terribly awry. At the start of “Graduation,” the daughter’s rape sets in motion a series of revelations, compromises and ethical dilemmas as the father tries desperately to keep things on track. To her credit, his daughter refuses to go along with his schemes, stands up to him with strength and moral fortitude, and finally sets free her two protective parents from all their secrets and lies.

Andrea Arnold, Sasha Lane and Riley Keough British director Arnold took home the Cannes jury prize for the third time for her daring American road movie “American Honey” (A24), an empowering coming of age story starring unknown Sasha Lane, making Arnold three for three at the fest after 2006’s “Red Road” and 2009’s “Fish Tank.”

Critics adored the film, which was shaped by the American midwestern landscape as well as the editing room. Arnold’s final film was vastly different from its original script, turning toward the young woman finding her identity as its through-line—Shia Labeouf and Elvis Presley granddaughter Riley Keough (“Mad Max: Fury Road”) offered stalwart support— and was unlike anything else at Cannes this year.

Jodie Foster and Julia Roberts Foster likes bringing smart movies like “Money Monster” and “The Beaver” to Cannes—it’s a film festival for smart people, after all —and she introduced “Money Monster” star Julia Roberts to the Croisette, who walked up the red carpet with bare feet, reminding us all that she has nothing to prove. “We were thrilled for Julia,” Foster told me in our video interview. “George is so excited to show her Cannes, and wanted her to have that moment seeing that sea of photographers.”

Money Monster” was the perfect Cannes out-of-competition studio entry, an entertaining populist Wall Street/media critique for festival gala audiences, with major movie stars for the tapis rouge, press conference and junket for a European market launch. Not surprisingly, the actors are terrific: Clooney plays a glib financial TV guru held hostage by an angry victim of his bad advice (a surprisingly sympathetic Jack O’Connell), who fits him with a bomb vest as punishment. Roberts as Clooney’s producer beams the story live as everyone scrambles to come out of the crisis intact.

As a Hollywood movie star who pushed past conventional women’s roles, scoring four Oscar nominations and two wins (“The Accused,” “The Silence of the Lambs”) and has carried many commercial movies on her own (“Contact,” “Panic Room,” “Flight Plan”), Foster beefed up Roberts’ character to give her more purpose and dimension. In the original script she was more of a technician, but Foster turned her into a competent, strong, active producer who helps Clooney’s character find his strength and unravel the mystery.

Adèle Haenel

In Cannes regulars Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne’s “The Unknown Girl” (Sundance Selects), Haenel plays another gender-neutral character, an excellent, empathetic doctor who is not defined by her relationships or friends; she lives a solitary, monastic life devoted to the well-being of her patients. When she ignores a late-hour doorbell at her private practice and finds out from the police that the young woman was murdered nearby, the doctor embarks on a mission, against the wishes of many including the police, to identify the girl and inform her family of her death.

Kim Min-hee and Kim Tae-ri

With erotic mystery “The Handmaiden” (Amazon) great Korean auteur Park Chan-wook moved the Victorian setting of the novel “Fingersmith” to the 30s period when Japan occupied Korea. Told in two parts from two distinct points-of-view, the lushly mounted movie follows a rich Korean gentlewoman (star Kim Min-hee) and her maidservant (newcomer Kim Tae-ri) who not only fall lustily in love, but plot against their oppressive masters. Park has fashioned a luscious tale of sexual expression and female empowerment.

Elle Fanning

Nicolas Winding Refn’s “Neon Demon” also puts women front and center, led by Elle Fanning, who was 16 when she was cast, 17 when she shot the film, and is now 18. She plays a newcomer to the La fashion scene who discovers that starving models literally eat each other alive. In one memorable scene, when one x-ray known as the bionic woman (because she has altered so much of her body) throws up an eyeball, her best friend pops it into her own mouth. Refn said he wanted to make the women characters primary and the men secondary. While the movie was not a critical hit in Cannes and did not win any prizes, the stylishly transgressive genre exercise could become a smart-horror hit stateside when Amazon Studios releases it in June.

Adriana Ugarte and Emma Suárez These two superb Spanish actresses star as the young and older incarnations of Pedro Almodóvar’s latest female creation, “Julieta” (Sony Pictures Classics). The Spanish auteur’s adaptation of three Alice Munro stories was originally going to star Meryl Streep in an English-language version, in which she would have used makeup to play both roles. This way the movie takes on a decidedly Hitchcockian tone, as the very blonde young Julieta (Ugarte) enjoys mad sex with a stranger on a train, while the older and soberer Julieta (Suárez) is less open, prey to feelings of loss and regret. Why is she estranged from her daughter? What went wrong the day her husband went fishing in the face of an impending storm? This twisted family saga unfolds in cinematic ways that could only come from Almodóvar. Related storiesTop Women Cinematographers Reveal 7 Best Tips for Career SuccessCannes Film Festival Awards 2016Cannes Today: New Talent Emerges »

- Anne Thompson

Permalink | Report a problem


Jodie brings out her inner man by Richard Mowe

12 May 2016 5:59 AM, PDT | eyeforfilm.co.uk | See recent eyeforfilm.co.uk news »

Jodie Foster: "Everything changed when women came on the scene." Photo: Richard Mowe

Jodie Foster, who is back at the Cannes Film Festival more than 40 years after she first appeared aged 12 in the controversial Taxi Driver by Martin Scorsese, recalls she wanted to be a film director from an early age.

The director of Money Monster, a financial thriller with George Clooney and Julia Roberts, screening out of competition, was the first candidate in the Women in Motion sessions sponsored by luxury goods brand Kering in a suitably swanky suite atop the Majestic Hotel.

Foster, 53, looked cool and elegant in a simple shift dress in pale pink. After starring in dozens of films, from Freaky Friday in 1976 to Silence Of The Lambs (1991), Contact (1997) and Panic Room in 2002, she has now decided to focus on her work behind the camera.

"I see I confuse people because I am so direct. »

- Richard Mowe

Permalink | Report a problem


Kristen Stewart Lets Down Her Guard: Inside Her Reinvention

9 May 2016 5:29 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Kristen Stewart arrives at a French restaurant in Los Feliz without an entourage — no publicist, no bodyguard. She’s incognito, with a hat pulled low on her head, hands in her pockets, bare arms dressed with tattoos. Looking like any other hipster, she greets the waiter with a mellow “What’s up, dude?” (“dude” and “f—k” are her two favorite words) and orders a glass of champagne with a cup of ice. As she reflects on her life, she takes periodic sips, letting the cubes, one by one, melt into the fizz.

At only 26, Stewart is in the middle of reinventing her career. After catapulting to fame at 17 in the young-adult vampire franchise “Twilight,” she couldn’t leave her house without flashbulbs trailing her every step. The public became obsessed with her relationship with her then-boyfriend (and co-star) Robert Pattinson, and she topped every studio’s wish list for it-girl parts. »

- Ramin Setoodeh

Permalink | Report a problem


Jodie Foster Honored by Kristen Stewart at Walk of Fame Ceremony: 'It Feels Nostalgic and Emotional'

4 May 2016 6:05 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Jodie Foster, a screen icon for the past 50 years, has finally received her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. "I grew up blocks from Hollywood Boulevard and would cross it every single day of my life," she said during her acceptance speech in Hollywood on Wednesday. "And you do that thing where you're like, 'Will I ever be on the Walk of Fame someday?' " After the ceremony, Foster opened up to People about finally having that question answered. "It feels nostalgic and kind of emotional. It just reminds me of conversations that I had with my mom, 10 blocks »

- Michael Miller, @write_miller

Permalink | Report a problem


Jodie Foster Honored by Kristin Stewart at Walk of Fame Ceremony: 'It Feels Nostalgic and Emotional'

4 May 2016 6:05 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Jodie Foster, a screen icon for the past 50 years, has finally received her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. "I grew up blocks from Hollywood Boulevard and would cross it every single day of my life," she said during her acceptance speech in Hollywood on Wednesday. "And you do that thing where you're like, 'Will I ever be on the Walk of Fame someday?' " After the ceremony, Foster opened up to People about finally having that question answered. "It feels nostalgic and kind of emotional. It just reminds me of conversations that I had with my mom, 10 blocks »

- Michael Miller, @write_miller

Permalink | Report a problem


Watch: Kristen Stewart reunites with Panic Room co-star Jodie Foster

4 May 2016 3:02 PM, PDT | AwardsDaily.com | See recent AwardsDaily news »

The underrated thriller Panic Room is one of the few that focuses on a mother saving her daughter from intruders. This is a real fear for every single mother out there, »

- Sasha Stone

Permalink | Report a problem


Kristen Stewart Reunites With Panic Room Costar Jodie Foster For a Special Occasion

4 May 2016 2:45 PM, PDT | Popsugar.com | See recent Popsugar news »

Kristen Stewart may have starred alongside Jodie Foster in Panic Room back in 2002 when she was just 11 years old, but their recent outing proves they're still incredibly close. After attending the Met Gala in New York City on Monday (and nearly running into ex Robert Pattinson), Kristen jetted back to Hollywood on Wednesday to support Jodie when she received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Jodie, who has starred in films like The Silence of the Lambs, Taxi Driver, and Contact, was all smiles while putting her arm around Kristen for photos. Keep reading to see more from their cute afternoon, then check out what Jodie had to say about always feeling "protective" over Kristen. »

- Caitlin Hacker

Permalink | Report a problem


Kristen Stewart Reunites With Jodie Foster for Her Movie Mom's Hollywood Walk of Fame Star Ceremony

4 May 2016 2:01 PM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Kristen Stewart wasn't about to miss out on her movie mom Jodie Foster's big day! The 26-year-old actress presented her Panic Room co-star with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame Wednesday. Stewart was just 11 when Foster played her mother in the 2002 thriller, but she's remained close to the Oscar winner, 53, ever since. Foster joked to E! News she was worried her onscreen daughter would say no to taking part in her ceremony, which is a very big deal to the multi-hyphenate. She began her career as an actress at the tender age of three, but it was important to her not to get a star in her name until it was recognizing her as a director.  And Foster, who most »

Permalink | Report a problem


Hush Is a Terrifying, Brilliant New Horror Movie, and It's Currently on Netflix

18 April 2016 5:30 AM, PDT | POPSUGAR | See recent BuzzSugar news »

If you're a diehard horror fan, listen up. There's a new indie horror movie on the block, and it may just be one of 2016's most chilling films to date. It's called Hush; it premiered at SXSW this year, and it's available to stream on Netflix. It might be just the thing you need to tide you over while you wait for this year's other new horror movies. But Hush isn't just you're average scare, and it's not a thoughtless scary trash heap that was hastily assembled and sent out into the void. The movie is good. It holds its own among other recent indie horror movies that left a lasting impression, like the endlessly unsettling It Follows or the psychological bravado that was The Babadook. Feeling curious? Read on to find out why we loved it. It's original. We've seen home invasion movies before (think The Strangers, Panic Room, »

- Ryan Roschke

Permalink | Report a problem


Relive More Than a Decade in the Spotlight With Kristen Stewart

8 April 2016 3:10 PM, PDT | Popsugar.com | See recent Popsugar news »

2016 has already been pretty huge for Kristen Stewart. In January, she voiced her thoughts on Hollywood's diversity issue, and now she's got a new relationship blossoming in her down time. There's even a new, steamy movie with Nicholas Hoult on the horizon. Let's not forget that Kristen got her big break in 2002's Panic Room and went on to become the star of the Twilight franchise. In honor of the actress's 26th birthday, we're paying homage by looking back at her stellar Hollywood evolution, so keep reading to watch her change before your eyes. »

- Ryan Roschke

Permalink | Report a problem


Outrage Watch: Your worst 'Indiana Jones 5' fears are coming true

18 March 2016 6:15 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Welcome to Outrage Watch, HitFix's semi-regular rundown of entertainment-related kerfuffles. Not feeling anxious enough already? Get your fix of righteous indignation below, and stay posted for outrage updates throughout the week. Just when you start getting excited about the new Indiana Jones, Friday has to come around and steal all your joy: David Koepp, longtime Steven Spielberg collaborator who wrote the widely-reviled Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (and directed Mortdecai, but let's not go there) has officially signed on to pen the script for the fifth installment.  But first, in fairness: the controversial idea to insert aliens into the Indiana Jones universe was not Koepp's but, famously, producer George Lucas's, who at this point has no involvement with the upcoming movie. Also in fairness: let's not forget that Koepp wrote Jurassic Park for Spielberg and boasts other well-regarded credits including Sam Raimi's Spider-Man and David Fincher's Panic Room. »

- Chris Eggertsen

Permalink | Report a problem


George Clooney Is The Money Monster In First Poster For Jodie Foster-Directed Thriller

16 March 2016 6:36 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Jodie Foster has dealt with a boogeyman or two across her glittering career – Panic Room and of course, The Silence of the Lambs – but for her latest directorial effort, Foster will be guiding the Money Monster onto the silver screen, and today’s stylish new poster introduces George Clooney’s Wall Street mastermind.

Set for a worldwide premiere at Cannes in May – the second of Foster’s films to do so, following The Beaver in 2011 – Money Monster brings together Julia Roberts, Jack O’Connell, Dominic West, Caitriona Balfe and Giancarlo Esposito for a hostage thriller centering on Clooney’s TV personalty, Lee Gates.

Rolling out stock advice from his proverbial ivory tower, the picture sees “George Clooney and Julia Roberts star as financial TV host Lee Gates and his producer Patty, who are put in an explosive situation when an irate investor who has lost everything (Jack O’Connell) forcefully takes over their studio. »

- Michael Briers

Permalink | Report a problem


SXSW 2016 Review: Don’T Breathe is Brutal and Delightfully Twisted

12 March 2016 1:16 PM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

For his second feature film, Fede Alvarez goes for the jugular with Don’t Breathe, a relentless and harrowing story that shows us why some houses should never be ventured into. A bit like The People Under the Stairs meets Panic Room, the latest collaboration from Alvarez and Ghost House pummels its viewers (in a good way, of course) as much as it punishes its characters, and just when you think that things can’t possibly get any crazier, Don’t Breathe kicks things up a notch, creating a blisteringly fun thrill ride that’s a perfect showcase for Alvarez’s macabre cinematic sensibilities.

Don’t Breathe follows Rocky (Jane Levy), Money (Daniel Zovatto) and Alex (Dylan Minnette), who burglarize wealthy homes around Detroit in hopes of escaping the economic woes that have long plagued the metropolitan area. Until now, they’ve always grabbed smaller items such as clothes and electronics, »

- Heather Wixson

Permalink | Report a problem


Home Invasion thriller 'Intruders' releasing on DVD March 1

11 February 2016 11:35 PM, PST | MoreHorror | See recent MoreHorror news »

By Seth Metoyer

MoreHorror.com

The home invasion film Intruders, being hailed as 'Panic Room' meets 'You're Next', releases on DVD March 1st, 2016.

I'm really digging the cover art on this release. Check out the release details below.

Starring: Beth Riesgraf, Jack Kesy, Martin Starr (Dead Snow), Rory Culkin

Directed by: Adam Schindler

Producers: Steven Schneider, Jeff Rice, Lati Grobman, Erik Olsen

Executive Producers: Tommy Vlahopoulos, Christa Campbell, Matthew Lamothe,

Brian Netto, Rob Van Norden

Plot synopsis

“Anna (Beth Riesgraf) suffers from agoraphobia so crippling that when a trio of criminals break into her house, she cannot bring herself to flee. But what the intruders don’t realize is that agoraphobia is not her only psychosis.”

From The Press Release

Panic Room meets you're Next in this gripping home invasion horror-thriller, full of shocks and surprises. After three criminals, including fan favorite Martin Starr, break into a supposedly empty house, »

- admin

Permalink | Report a problem


Round-Up: Intruders DVD, Edgar Allan Poe’S Murder Mystery Dinner Party, Stomping Ground, Bleed

10 February 2016 9:27 AM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Adam Schindler's Intruders will be released on DVD on March 1st. Also in this round-up: Edgar Allan Poe's Murder Mystery Dinner Party Kickstarter details and artwork / release information for both Stomping Ground and Bleed.

Intruders: Press Release: "On the heels of the successful theatrical release, Momentum Pictures proudly announces the DVD release of Intruders on March 1st, 2016.

Starring: Beth Riesgraf, Jack Kesy, Martin Starr (Dead Snow), and Rory Culkin

Directed by: Adam Schindler

Producers: Steven Schneider, Jeff Rice, Lati Grobman, and Erik Olsen

Executive Producers: Tommy Vlahopoulos, Christa Campbell, Matthew Lamothe, Brian Netto, and Rob Van Norden

Panic Room meets you're Next in this gripping home invasion horror-thriller, full of shocks and surprises. After three criminals, including fan favorite Martin Starr, break into a supposedly empty house, they find themselves in a deadly game of cat and mouse with the occupant, a shy young woman with a »

- Tamika Jones

Permalink | Report a problem


Watch: Exclusive Clip of 'Intruders' Boasts A Bearded Martin Starr As a Home Invader

15 January 2016 9:57 AM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Read More: 9 Terrifying Home Invasion Movies You'll Never Forget Reminiscent in concept to David Fincher's "Panic Room," "Intruders" explores the consequences after three criminals break into the home of Anna, an agoraphobic with a mysterious secret.  The debut feature from Adam Schindler stars Rory Culkin, Martin Starr and Beth Riesgraf. Our exclusive clip doesn't let too much slip about the plot or nature of Anna's true condition, but it sure does reinforce the film's R-rating with a high frequency of strong language.  "Intruders" is out today in theaters and video on demand. Watch the exclusive clip above.  Read More: Watch: The Cast of 'Silicon Valley' Was Even Funnier When It Was Younger »

- Bryn Gelbart

Permalink | Report a problem


2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005 | 2004 | 2003 | 2002 | 2001

1-20 of 25 items from 2016   « Prev | Next »


IMDb.com, Inc. takes no responsibility for the content or accuracy of the above news articles, Tweets, or blog posts. This content is published for the entertainment of our users only. The news articles, Tweets, and blog posts do not represent IMDb's opinions nor can we guarantee that the reporting therein is completely factual. Please visit the source responsible for the item in question to report any concerns you may have regarding content or accuracy.

See our NewsDesk partners