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      The Intruders

      PG-13 2015 1h 30m Mystery & Thriller List
      17% Tomatometer 6 Reviews 21% Audience Score 250+ Ratings After her mother dies, a teenager (Miranda Cosgrove) tries to uncover the dark secrets in her new home. Read More Read Less Watch on Fandango at Home Buy Now

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      Radheyan Simonpillai NOW Toronto The Intruders stacks the deck with all the familiar horror signposts, as if straying from clichés were the most frightening thing of all. Rated: 1/5 Mar 5, 2015 Full Review Julie Crawford North Shore News (Vancouver, B.C.) Formulaic can be fun but things are downright sleepy until the big reveal, which is mostly silly, not scary. Rated: 3/10 Apr 17, 2019 Full Review Abbie Bernstein Assignment X The Intruders isn't particularly scary and it's not at all psychologically acute. Rated: C Dec 20, 2018 Full Review Steve Newton Georgia Straight I hardly see the need for this watered-down twist on that '70s TV-movie Bad Ronald. Rated: 1.5/5 Mar 18, 2015 Full Review David Berry National Post The Intruders would like to be more clever than it is, but it's hamstrung by a script that's a bit of a fixer-upper. Rated: 1.5/4 Mar 6, 2015 Full Review Paul Chambers Movie Chambers I stopped counting the clichés after a while and just sat back and enjoyed a very photogenic cast and familiar story. The camera loves Miranda Cosgrove, and she's convincing as the tortured young woman. Rated: C+ Mar 2, 2015 Full Review Read all reviews

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      Gabriel S Most of the time, I think Brazilian translation messes up the title of the movie - for The Intruders, a free translation of the BR title is House of Fear, which is okay -, but, this time, I think "The Intruders" is really out of tune with what this movie's story really is. Add to the mix that the story is meh, and you get this 4/10 (meh) stars movie. The Intruders (2015) follows Rose, a teenager suffering from the loss of her mom, that moved with her dad to a new place, trying to start over. In true "monster in the house" fashion, the new house hides some secrets, and soon Rose starts to doubt her reality and safety. Miranda Cosgrove as Rose does an okay job in the acting department. Though cringe, she is somewhat convincing as a brat. But the real problem is with the Rose character. For a main character, she is missing likeability. Yes, yes, one could argue that Rose is dealing with trauma and all, but wouldn't it bemore interesting if Rose was fragile and eventually grew to become stronger? In the story, however, Rose is quite strong already, and a nagging bi**** that does nothing more than complain all the time and shut off people from her life. We grow to dislike her, and that's never a good sign. The plot is concerned with two main arcs: is Rose going dellusional, and what happened to Rachel Winacott. The first arc is really minor and is not explored in-depth. The second arc ends up being a complete disaster, having more holes than a Swiss cheese. When the final revelation sets in, the main villain is so laughable that we just don't care anymore, we just want to get to the end quickly. Luckly, The Intruders (2015) is only 92-min long. The cinematography department is professional enough, but the PG-13 decision is lame, and, for that, in the end, we get our fair share of "light killing", if we can even call it that. Sigh... Overall, if you are looking for a movie to watch with your kids, and your kids happen to like some horror stuff, this is the movie to watch. It has some jumpscares, it has some suspense, it has teens. Now, recommendable? Not really. Rated 2 out of 5 stars 05/28/24 Full Review James G Not as bad as others say. Kept your attention till the end Rated 4 out of 5 stars 04/08/24 Full Review Daniel B Una película más de suspenso de las miles que hay en plataforma de presupuesto reducido, actuaciones medianas, exceptuando a Donald Logue y Austin Butler, una sola locación en la que se desenvuelve el conflicto, un desarrollo muy plano en una película que por varios momentos se siente intrascendente. Rated 2 out of 5 stars 03/28/24 Full Review James F The movie was a fun B type romp through a thriller type genre. The story was good and all the actors and actresses played their parts very well. Did this rise to the level of an A list Hollywood blockbuster? No, but if you're looking for a good suspenseful movie I would ask you to at least consider this one. The cast was solid and the story was interesting and thoughtfully prepared! Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars 06/09/23 Full Review Audience Member muy mala las actuaciones son malas mal dirigida mal escrita Rated 1 out of 5 stars 02/21/23 Full Review quinn b it was that boring i fell asleep watching it Rated 0.5 out of 5 stars 03/31/23 Full Review Read all reviews
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      Movie Info

      Synopsis After her mother dies, a teenager (Miranda Cosgrove) tries to uncover the dark secrets in her new home.
      Adam Massey
      Leah Jaunzems, Jeff Sackman, Nicholas Tabarrok
      Jason Juravic
      Production Co
      Darius Films
      PG-13 (Scary Images|Language|Some Violence|Thematic Elements)
      Mystery & Thriller
      Original Language
      Release Date (Streaming)
      Sep 14, 2016
      1h 30m
      Sound Mix
      DTS, Dolby
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