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An Intrusion

USA 2021
produced by
Sam Logan Khaleghi, Calvin CalDoJa Kassab (executive) for Diamond Dead Media, SLK Media Group, Laugh Cry Productions
directed by Nicholas Holland
starring Dustin Prince, Erika Hoveland, Angelina Danielle Cama, Scout Taylor-Compton, Kayla Kelly, Keir Gilchrist, Sam Logan Khaleghi, Michael Emery, Billy Boyd, Allison Megroet, Madison Merlanti, Jerry Narsh, Dan Stolarski, Kayden Bryce, Jaime Zevallos, Jordan Kantola, Tim Morton, John Broom II, Alexander M. Norris, Marleen Holcomb, Bill Holcomb, Cody LaRue, Hanna Holland, Chelsea Rauss, French Williamson, Nicholas Holland, Sophia Arghavani, Alexandria Benoit, Kathy Reinhold, Rachel Duffiney, Dylan Duffiney
written by Nicholas Holland, music by Andy Nelson

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Sam (Dustin Prince) and his family - wife Joyce (Erika Hoveland) and daughter Rebecca (Angelina Danielle Cama) - are terrorized by a stalker. Now nothing big has happened yet, but the detective on the case, Savannah (Scout Taylor-Compton), takes Sam's claims very seriously and investigates on his behalf. So everything seems to turn for the better for Sam, but then the family's stalker sends him a photo showing him in bed with Julia (Kayla Kelly), his affair from work, which of course compromises his situation. Then one night, he finds a person entering the house, but he manages to wrestle down and ultimately kill the intruder - to find it to be the boyfriend (Keir Gilchrist) of Rebecca he has never really cared for, so little so that he actually mentioned to Savannah that he suspected him. Of course now that he has killed him, that compromises Sam's situation even more, so he buries the body somewhere in the woods - and the next day receives a photo of himself doing just that. Sam finds himself more and more cornered, and thus acts more and more erratic, so much so that Savannah starts to suspect him of being not entirely innocent in the case. Until the family stalker actually does enter Sam's home and attack him and his family - and the outcome of the ensuing fight turns a good part of what we thought we knew about the story on its head ...


Now admittedly this film starts out as a formula thriller of the psycho home invasion variety, but the longer it goes the most it manages to surprise its audience and catch them off-guard, with unexpected twists and turns aplenty, with an unexpectedly ambiguous yet relatable protagonist at its center. And a directorial approach that manages to keep the mystery high on all twists and turns, and a very competent key cast really help to make this one cool piece of genre cinema.


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