During one of Oregon's most violent storms, a young cellist seeks solitude and comfort in the safety of her large apartment, but soon realizes she might not be home alone. With the modern and simple tone of Paranormal Activity paired with the cinematic elegance of Hitchcock's Rope, INTRUDER is a disturbing psychological thriller that will make you think twice about being home alone. Starring John Robinson (Elephant, Lords of Dogtown) and the rising Scottish actress Louise Linton (Lions for Lambs) in her first US leading role. Written and directed by Travis Zarwiny.
Louise Linton, who plays Elizabeth, does a poor job disguising her Scottish accent. Given that the character's whole family lives in the Portland area, we must assume her character is American. See more »
A few moments of credits appear about five minutes from the true ending of the film. See more »
Entertaining thriller - SHOUT-OUT TO FILM'S PRODUCERS - you need to re-edit the ending - people think it's over and turn it off too soon and MISS THE LAST 5 MINUTES!
I enjoyed this creepy home invasion thriller. HEY! A SHOUT-OUT TO the FILM-MAKERS OF THIS - I just watched it on Netflix, and I'm not sure if it was intentional or a digital error in the Netflix copy of the video ... but some ending credits appear about 8 minutes before the actual ending, and it looks like an abrupt, bad ending, and many people would turn it off in disgust. But then there is about 5 MORE MINUTES OF THE MOVIE. Maybe THAT'S the reason so many people are PANNING this movie in their reviews. That false ending needs to be FIXED - people are missing the real ending!
I would be interesting to know if the film makers did this intentionally, or if it's a glitch in Netflix's copy of the film??? Whichever - that ending needs to be fixed!
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