The Intruder Waits in First One-Sheet
Writer/director Travis Zariwny’s home invasion shocker Intruder is heading our way June 24th on VOD with a limited theatrical run in New York and Los Angeles kicking off at the same time, and finally today IFC Midnight has unveiled the film’s official one-sheet exclusively to DC readers.
Starring Louise Linton (Cabin Fever), John Robinson (Lords of Dogtown), and singer-songwriter, musician, DJ, and photographer Moby, the film sees Linton playing Elizabeth, a young cellist who seeks solitude in the safety of her apartment for a few days as a violent storm brews outside. But no matter how hard she tries to chill in the comfort of her own home, it becomes impossible to shake off the creepy feeling that someone has their eye on her.
Her instincts are spot-on, but the question remains: Who is stalking her? Is it her creepy head of orchestra (Moby), the next-door neighbor who knows way too much about her personal life, or John (Robinson), the attractive man from the coffee shop?
All will be revealed later this month!
A young woman’s quiet night in becomes a free-fall into fear in this disturbing home invasion thriller. After she lands her dream job, a young cellist (Linton) settles in for a relaxing few days holed up in her apartment—but as a violent storm rages outside, she can’t shake the feeling that someone is watching her every move. Cleverly toying with the rules of suspense, director Travis Zariwny wrings maximum terror from everyone’s worst nightmare: You may not be alone.