- 1h 47min
Nearly a year after the events of Intrusion the mysterious death of the rose bud killer leaves questions unresolved.Nearly a year after the events of Intrusion the mysterious death of the rose bud killer leaves questions unresolved.Nearly a year after the events of Intrusion the mysterious death of the rose bud killer leaves questions unresolved.
The cast and crew have created a taught, gritty, relentless slasher film that pulls no punches and feels like a throwback to the brutal intensity of the classic horrors of the 1970s. Excellent acting, engaging writing and a great soundtrack make this THE indie horror of 2020.
A special mention to writer/producer Craig Everett Earl who has put his all into the film and every bit of it shows on screen. The script wonderfully balances old school slasher thrills, surreal and nightmarish apparitions that plague our final girl Holly and a surprisingly strong emotional gut punch.
Intrusion:Disconnected is one of those rare indie horror films that makes you care and feel for the characters and their, often, nasty and upsetting fates. It's surely what sets this film apart from others who just play to the gore & nudity crowd and forget to write characters.
The two lead performances, especially Katie Stewart, are superb. Holly is put through the emotional and physical wringer in the movie and Katie Stewart matches the movie's demands beat for beat and presents a fully fledged, deep and rich character who you root and hope for despite those hopes often being dashed by the evil and unforgiving blade of the menacing and creepy Lee Haycraft.
- Sep 17, 2020