audience Reviews, 68% Audience Score
- Rating: 0.5 out of 5 starsExtremely boring. No exaggeration, it took me 2 days to finish this movie. It's a big mess. Although the concept itself is really interesting, the movie is plagued by: Poor acting and a poor dialogue and script. I am really glad I watched this for free on Netflix. I would have been super pissed if I had paid any money to watch this snooze fest.
- Rating: 3 out of 5 starsIts a plain home invasion thriller. Randy Quaid's acting performance is what makes it special
- Rating: 3 out of 5 starsthis is way better than the critics say, but i felt it could have been a good 30 minutes shorter. the pacing was odd in general, and i felt that meagan good's character was too level headed to be acting as irrational as she did. i would have liked to see dennis quaid set some booby traps as well. besides this, the movie had good bread and butter. i think perhaps it would benefit from a director's cut with some more of some things and less of others, but i didn't dislike watching it.
- Rating: 3 out of 5 starsIt was good. I love the way the house looks especially the outside. The storyline was good but I did not get surprised by any plot twists. The movie itself was really well made love the acting and actors.
- Rating: 3 out of 5 stars‘The Intruder' was the next film I watched on Film 4 whilst away and this was one I'd never seen before. SYNOPSIS: ‘A young married couple buy a beautiful house on several acres of land, only to find out that the man they bought it from refuses to let go of the property.' This is a thriller filled with an unnecessary back story of a troubled relationship drama but which is saved by Dennis Quaid's performance which has to be his best in years. He embraces his role here and he may now have found himself a new niche market for his acting talents. It's a B movie thrill ride and so over the top at times it's funny! 6/10
- Rating: 0.5 out of 5 starsThe Premise Was An Abject Failure From The Beginning. Why Did The Happless New Home Owners Not Employ IVO/AVOs? The Legal Courts? Police? Neighbors? Raise The Alarm Once There Friend Died After Smoking Cigarettes With The Killer? So Many Plot Holes. What A Crummy Crap Film.
- Rating: 0.5 out of 5 starsAt least a half dozen ( better ) movies rolled into one. Who thought that that would be a good idea ? This is about one thing only, recolouring cinematic lineage, but we'll retain the Caucasian psycho.
- Rating: 4 out of 5 starsGood thriller and well paced.
- Rating: 2 out of 5 starsThe only good thing about this movie was Dennis Quaid's performance, other than that it was a bit boring.
- Rating: 3 out of 5 starsThese types of film, although somewhat uncommon, can be fascinating, but problems are too frequent and to be fair they really should do better with. There is once again a lot that's off-putting. The story is predictable and weak, the cast are credible at times and ridiculous the next and they seem to always use a mansion, are loaded and tend these days to include this lives matter campaign for inclusion, trouble is the lead couple just can't act. The woman spent most of her time flashing her chest as she got dressed in the middle of the night slowly, the on the counter steamy scene was so cringy-y. The house is prestige and beautiful yet they've only just moved in, have no support and hardly seem to work. Yet although Quaid is rather convincing as the mad man, there isn't enough happening and it's too little rather too late,