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In this movie Dennis Quaid plays the psycho terrorizing the couple who bought his old house. In Cold Creek Manor (2003), Quaid plays the husband of the couple who bought Stephen Dorff's old house and are then terrorized by Dorff. See more »
When Charlie goes down the linen (hidden) closet to retrieve Rifle, he somehow ends up in the first floor hallway. The linen closet is on the second floor. This blooper allows for Charlie to trap the couple upstairs. See more »
Go see "The Intruder", it is more than worth the price of admission. I really didn't expect much from this film but a formulaic thriller, but I was pleasantly surprised. Don't allow professional or non-professional cricis to deter you from this film. Dennis Quaid is terrifying, and he is a frightening amalgam of Jack Nicholson in the Shining, Christian Bale in American Psycho and Robert De Niro in Taxi Driver. And there were a lot of nods to The Shining in this film. Meagan Good, Michael Ealy and Joseph Sikora were all very good in their roles. But Dennis Quaid stole the movie because when he was on-screen, you couldn't take your eyes off of him. His character could become one of the best and most memorable film psychos we've seen in years.
The Intruder intruded itself into the box office with $865,000 at 2,073 North American locations on Thursday night. It also topped Lionsgate's romantic comedy "Long Shot," which opened with $660,000 at 2,500 locations during Thursday night preview showings. STX's animated comedy "UglyDolls" took in $300,000 at 2,250 sites on Thursday night.
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