Reviewed by Jacktorrance
on 12/07/2016 14:11

Intrusion turns first person point of view thrillers upside down. We are initially exposed to a person fearful of a home intrusion. This becomes the audiences' point of view throughout the whole film. Most point of view thrillers will assume the side of victim. This will be the case in the beginning of the film. However, a twist will eventually turn this upside down as the point of view audiences are viewing turns out to be the villain all along. 3.5 stars for me!