‘Intruders’ Theatrical Trailer

In Intruders, director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo (Intacto, 28 Weeks Later) puts Clive Owen through the wringer when his daughter, played by Ella Purnell, is menaced by a character that seems to be right out of her imagination. We’ve got a new trailer for the horror thriller, and you can check it out below. Read More »

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Be it Sundance, Toronto or South by Southwest, some of the most exciting films to play in any film festival these days are part of the midnight line up. That’s where festivals feel comfortable playing the over the top genre stuff and, last year, SXSW’s midnight schedule included films like Attack the Block, Insidious and Kill List. Now the 2012 schedule has been announced.

The main schedule is already cool enough, featuring the world premieres of fantastic films like The Cabin in the Woods and 21 Jump Street, but at midnight, they’re adding to that with the world premieres of [REC] 3: Genesis, Girls Against Boys and The Tall Man with Jessica Biel. They’ll also screen the awesome anthology V/H/S, John Dies at the End and Juan Carlos Fresnadillo’s Intruders with Clive Owen, just to name a few.

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Before Juan Carlos Fresnadillo (28 Weeks Later) makes The Crow, he’ll have a film out called Intruders. We haven’t known much about it other than that it stars Clive Owen and Daniel Bruhl (Inglourious Basterds) features as a priest. Now there is a teaser trailer that makes it look like we’re in for something along the lines of a bigger-budget Paranormal Activity. And while the teaser is appropriately brief, it looks solid. Read More »

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Intacto and 28 Weeks Later director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo hasn’t done much since he helmed the sequel to Danny Boyle’s zombie film. He’s been working on the feature version of the video game BioShock since last summer, but that seems to be stalled. So Fresnadillo is moving on to a horror/thriller picture called Intruders, based on a script by Jaime Marques and Nico Casariego, which will star Clive Owen and Inglourious Basterds vet Daniel Brühl. Read More »

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