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Home Invasion (2016)

PG-13 | | Thriller | Video 2 February 2016
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Intruders shoot Chloe's friend and break into Chloe's home on an isolated island on a rainy night. Can the high tech security company help Chloe and her stepson?


David Tennant


Peter Sullivan





Cast overview, first billed only:
Jason Patric ... Mike
Scott Adkins ... Heflin
Natasha Henstridge ... Chloe
William Dickinson William Dickinson ... Jacob (as Liam Dickinson)
Kyra Zagorsky ... Victoria Knox
Michael J Rogers ... Astor (as Michael Rogers)
Christian Tessier ... Xander
Brenda Crichlow ... Bess
Leanne Lapp ... Liz
Johannah Newmarch ... Alice
Garry Chalk ... Sheriff Kane
Wesley Salter ... Deputy
Peter Cluffa Peter Cluffa ... Phil
Lee Tichon ... Burglar
Gabe Khouth ... Bridger Operator


Terror arrives at the one place we all feel safest in this taut psychological thriller starring Natasha Henstridge. When a wealthy woman and her stepson are targeted by a trio of expert thieves in their remote mansion, her only form of help comes from a call with a security systems specialist. But as the intruders become increasingly hostile and the connection wavers, will she trust him to be her eyes and navigate her to safety? Written by DVD Backcover

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Help is on the way, if you live that long



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Rated PG-13 for violence and peril | See all certifications »

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In the 77th minute Xander engages the sheriffs in a gunfight and fires single shots from his automatic rifle. Once he is struck and goes down, as he falls, his weapon fires in automatic mode. See more »


[last lines]
Heflin: I guess you won't be opening that safe for me after all this... damn shame we could've been bloody minted
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Nifty little nail biter
25 November 2016 | by rps-2See all my reviews

Not a great film by any means. But it does what it does well. There are some holes in the plot. The plot itself is predictable and a little ridiculous. But if, like us, you were looking for some diversion on a nasty November night, it kept us entertained and awake. This is a Canadian film. It was shot in British Columbia. And although they don't specifically set it in Canada, they also do not Americanize and bastardize a Canadian city as so many of these films do. We have to sell our films but we should draw the line at selling our identity. Many Canadian filmmakers don't understand that The bad guys are really bad. The kid is a brat. And they never tell us the whos and whys behind the home invasion. The acting and the camera work are very good. Good stuff if you have have a rainy evening to kill.

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2 February 2016 (USA) See more »

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1.78 : 1
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