Juan Carlos Fresnadillo isn't a name most people know still, but his Spanish thriller Intacto – starring the great Max von Sydow – proved he was the right guy for the 28 Days Later sequel, which turned out to be a solid entry for apocalyptic cinema. Fresnadillo was set to work on a screen adaptation of the first-person shooter BioShock – the fate of which is still unknown, but looks grim. In the meantime, he's been keeping himself busy with Intruders – Clive Owen's first horror flick – which has a new trailer.
Daniel Brühl, Carice Van Houten, Ella Purnell, Izan Corchero, Pilar López de Ayala, and Kerry Fox star alongside Owen – who plays a British family man forced to face the dark side to save his little girl. The terrifying menace haunts another family in Spain under the guise of a "faceless stranger," while Owen's daughter's dreams are invaded by demonic forces.
When the project was announced last year, it was reported that the film was based on a script by novelist Nico Casariego. There haven't been many more details released about Intruders, but Fresnadillo did say, "The film centers on the origin of the monsters that are born in childhood and are passed on by the family. Clive looks like a normal man, even heroic, who has a range that can take him to do the dark side and allows him to travel the entire trajectory of the character." I'd watch Clive Owen watching paint dry, so that statement seems agreeable. What say you about this new trailer?