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The Intruders, reviewed: A case for home inspections

If horror tends to be driven by our unconscious society-wide fears, then the Ontario-shot thriller The Intruders seems to be a reflection of the modern fear of buying a home without an inspection. 574 more words


The Intruders Trailer Review

The first thing I notice in this trailer is Donal Logue and Miranda Cosgrove. I love Donal Logue and I am happy to be seeing him in more stuff. 353 more words


The Intruders - Trailer

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. 39 more words


McFadden & Whitehead - Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now (Philadelphia International Records)

Originally known as The Epsilons and discovered by the late Otis Redding who they would tour with until his death in a plane crash back in 1967, … 163 more words


"Love Is Like a Baseball Game," The Intruders

Here’s a song by the Intruders that compares romance to our great National Pastime.  From the sounds of the lyrics, however, these guys don’t seem to have a very good batting average when it comes to love.


TV Review: 'The Intruders'

Very “X-Files”-ish in tone (and featuring some prominent alums of that show among its producers), “The Intruders” is another moody, macabre drama that proves too stingy about disgorging its secrets. 447 more words



can’t say much about this mysterious and wonderful new show other than what a pleasure it was to work with james frain, eduardo sanchez and the rest of the INTRUDERS team on this new series from bbcww and bbcamerica – created by the brilliant glen morgan.  63 more words