Intruders (2016) – Review, Rating and Synopsis

Intruders (2016) - Review, Rating and Synopsis

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  • Release Date:  2016
  • Genre:  Home Invasion & Survival
  • cast & Crew: Louise Linton, John Robinson, Moby, Zach Myers, Mary McDonald-Lewis, Susannah Mars, Steven Beckingham, Teresa Decher, Aaron Trainor, Jillian Rabe, Dakota Zariwny.
  • Director:  Adam Schindler
  • Screenwriter:  David White, T.J. Cimfel

Intruders (2016) Rating:

  • Eloise = 5 / 10;
  • Raoul = 6 / 10;
  • IMDb = 5.7/10;
  • Rotten Tomatoes = 4.5/10.

Intruders (2016) Synopsis:

Three criminals decide to rob the house of a young woman who suffers from agoraphobia, not knowing that the house hides terrible secrets.

Intruders (2016) Review:

intruders is a home invasion flick with a twist. Not knowing anything about this movie would be the best way to watch it, and you would be in for quite a surprise. So if you are happy with our rating only, stop reading here and watch it.

Now if you already watched the trailer or read any sort of synopsis, you’ll learn that there is something wrong with the house and that the victim is not exactly your “usual” victim. The lead victim suffers from agoraphobia and combining that with a home invasion is just about the best idea one could come up with. As if that wasn’t enough, the woman turns out to be a complete psycho. Movies, where the victims turntable to hunt their killers, are few (You’re Next, No One Lives, etc.) but they are always good fun. Here is no exception.

Yet, with such good ideas, I cannot help but think that the movie could have been a hell of a lot better. It is entertaining but lacks punch. It could have been so much more with only a little bit more craziness, and singularity in the characters of the robbers.

I still recommend this one, even though it feels like a waste of a brilliant idea.

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