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Trespassers

critic Reviews

63%
  • Simon AbramsRogerEbert.com
    It's got some machete- and gun-related violence, a couple of leering masked killers, and a little rough sex, but that's about it.
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  • Dennis HarveyVariety
    A weekend getaway goes sour even before the corpses start accruing in "Trespassers," a good-looking indie thriller that's diverting, but could have used another script draft or two.
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  • Noel MurrayLos Angeles Times
    This equation of "bad company" with "homicidal marauders" is clever, though it does make the movie's first two-thirds more of a chore.
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  • Frank ScheckHollywood Reporter
    Orson Oblowitz's Trespassers, the latest horror film to illustrate this principle, doesn't add anything particularly original to the home invasion genre. But it does provide some cheap thrills along the way.
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  • Chloe LeesonScreen Queens
    Trespassers is a tightly-knit home invasion thriller that doesn't stray too far from the well-trodden path, but plants enough moments to shock and surprise.
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  • Peter SobczynskieFilmCritic.com
    A disappointingly rote riff on the home invasion thriller sub-genre that is made with just enough style, thanks mostly to the contributions of cinematographer Noah Rosenthal, to make you wish that it was better than it is.
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  • Frank OchiengFlick Feast
    ...is competent enough to embrace its thrill-seeking mediocrity to the point of stimulating, corrosive curiosity. Trespassers is inspired by its high-wire handy-work of invasion horror
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  • Joey MagidsonHollywood News
    Deshon and Oblowitz spend enough time giving you an idea about all four of our main characters, so when the body count starts, you actually care a bit.
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  • Matt DonatoFlickering Myth
    Brutality necessitates itself only for brutality's sake in this mean-spirited home invasion flick overloaded with distracting subplots.
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  • Deirdre CrimminsHighDef Digest
    The movie has some small surprises along the way, but overall doesn't try to reach beyond the scope of a classic, and often reproduced, invasion horror. What it does bring to the screen is some enhanced style in the filmmaking.
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