The Intruders (2015) 1080p YIFY Movie

The Intruders (2015) 1080p

The Intruders is a movie starring Miranda Cosgrove, Donal Logue, and Austin Butler. After the traumatic loss of her mother, a teenaged girl tries to uncover the dark secrets behind her new home, in spite of her father's disbelief.

IMDB: 4.61 Likes

  • Genre: Thriller |
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.72G
  • Resolution: / fps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 92
  • IMDB Rating: 4.6/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 0 / 0

The Synopsis for The Intruders (2015) 1080p

The disturbed twenty year-old Rose Halshford moves with her father, the architect Jerry Halshford, to an old house after the loss of her mother. Soon Rose meets her next door neighbor Leila Markby and she learns about the tragic disappearance of the teenager Rachel that was sheltered by the previous owner of her house, Cheri Garrison and her son Marcus. Rose suspects of Leila's father Howard Markby and she also learns that he had been the prime suspect of the police but proved his innocence. Rose overhears noises in the house but her father believes she is still traumatized by the loss of her mother. Rose also dates the constructor Noah Henry that is refurbishing the house. When strange events happen in the house, Jerry believes Rose is the responsible. Is his daughter really paranoid?


The Director and Players for The Intruders (2015) 1080p

[Director]Adam Massey
[Role:]Miranda Cosgrove
[Role:]Donal Logue
[Role:]Austin Butler
[Role:]Tom Sizemore


The Reviews for The Intruders (2015) 1080p


Same old, same old.Reviewed byhiyaboyosVote: 3/10

Not entirely sure how to categorize this movie. It's definitely not horror or a thriller. Most likely someone's idea of suspense. Too bad there wasn't a true suspenseful moment.

I would not recommend this movie. The story is really nothing original as it has bits and pieces from other movies. The acting is nothing special.

Without giving details, it is basically one person has experiences that can't be explained, they are shared with someone else that doesn't believe them. The first person is believed mentally unstable. Nothing new. The extremely slow build-up does not deliver so much as the bat of an eyelash. Not much of a build up at all. Pretty lame actually.

In a nutshell its just boring. If you want to see how boring, knock yourself out. Its a waste of an hour and a half.

The IntrudersReviewed byArgemalucoVote: 5/10

Like many other "Disney actors" (or Nickelodeon, in this case), Miranda Cosgrove decided to initiate the "serious" phase of her career with a horror film. That strategy worked very well for... for... mmh... let me think... there must be someone. Well, after all, that doesn't have much importance, because The Intruders barely qualifies as a horror film. Sure, we have the clichés of haunted houses and vindictive ghosts, but Jason Juravic's screenplay and Adam Massey's direction are so insipid and listless that they couldn't evoke any excitement on the spectator. And the least I say about the "big revelation", the better; it truly makes no sense. Among the few positive things I can say about The Intruders, Cosgrove managed to bring a competent performance, despite having had to work with such a poorly written character. I hope she will find more substantial projects in the future. Ryan Gosling! The strategy I mentioned on the beginning of this review worked for him; he started his career as a "mouseketeer", he ventured into light horror (Frankenstein & Me), and he later became a prestigious actor. Good luck, Cosgrove.

The Intruders/LA PremierReviewed byGenevieve OlinVote: 10/10

The smell of the popcorn; the excitement of the crowd. The anticipation of the curtains rising and that first glimmer of light as the projector is turned on. You can't wait through the previews; you've already waited so long. But it does take you back to that first preview you'd seen, so many months back, when you first decided you needed to see the film. It has been drawn out, and you've patiently awaited, all culminating to this particular moment: "It's on!" You cross your hands and move forward just a bit.

What happened to the days of films being out in theaters for several months, giving everybody ample time to see them, while word of mouth spread like wildfire to everybody within ears distance? If you somehow missed the previews, a friend of a friend had said the movie was amazing and you just needed to see for yourself. There was no such thing as a film being released for purchase before it was seen in theaters. There is something about that feeling of being amongst the crowd, experiencing the moment, and seeing the reactions of all types of people while you are there. The anticipation and excitement is felt throughout the venue, with not only your close family and friends, but everybody who has been awaiting its debut. As I drove up to Los Angeles last night, I couldn't help but to wonder why Sony had chosen not to take this route for one of their new films, "The Intruders".

I was able to purchase the film before its' actual release in the theater I was driving to. I confess; I just couldn't wait. I had to watch it before I made the drive up to LA- replaying several times, I might add. It had such unique twists and turns. It was not at all what I had envisioned. I expected a great film, but it was superb. It was not at all like many films of this genre. It was an excellent suspenseful mystery, with many elements of the human psyche coming into play. I couldn't stop watching it.

The story is of a father and daughter moving to a new town after the death of a schizophrenic mother, and settling into a home with much history and character already present. Dad has visions of remodeling the home to their liking, but the home seems to have likings of its own. Miranda Cosgrove plays the leading role as Rose, who feels as though something or someone in the house is trying to communicate with them, but her concerns are discounted by her father's unwillingness to accept the validity of what she is saying. As she tries to uncover more of the history and possible events that occurred within the home, she is only left more isolated and vulnerable, as her speculations are left unresolved and seemingly a figment of her imagination. It is evident that something strange is occurring, but very difficult to pinpoint what, as you are lured deeper into a web of plot twists and paranoia, questioning the sanity of everyone involved. I believe the film could have done very well in theaters, had it been traditionally released.

Films are art forms that require patience and vision from the writer, director and cast. This film is no exception to this sentiment, definitely deserving its' time on the big screen. I am happy to own the film, but I would have gladly payed full price to see it in theaters. The screening was actually free, and I was so fortunate to view it in the presence of the director, Adam Massey, writer, Jason Juravic, along with Miranda Cosgrove herself.

As being one of her first roles of this type, I believe she could receive so much more recognition from the natural process of a full theater release, as well as the writer and director. To say the least, my favorite viewing of the film was at this special screening, and I believe many others would have felt the same way had they known. This film is definitely well put together and intriguing to watch. Many Miranda Cosgrove fans would have loved to see this special showing, had it been more well publicized.

The Landmark theater screening in LA also included a question and answer session with the creative minds and cast of the this excellent film. When asked about what had drawn her to this particular type of film, Miranda replied, "...it was so different than anything I'd done before. And even though I really do like comedy a lot, I really have always liked horror films. Especially this kind of horror film because it's not really like a slasher movie; it's more of a thriller. I'm really happy that I got to be a part of it."

-Genevieve Olin

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