The Intruder Trailer Sends an Insane Dennis Quaid Flying Off the Rails
Sony and their Screen Gems banner have prepared a hot meal with voracious and sexual sexual thrillers. For years, they have delivered the goods in this department and, in 2019, they will not be disappointed. The first trailer of The Intruder featuring a very bonkers, Dennis Quaid, arrived and looks like a tinsel,
When a young married couple ( Michael Ealy and Meagan Good) buy the house of their dreams in the Napa Valley. They think they have found the perfect home to take the next steps as a family. But when the strangely attached salesman (Dennis Quaid) continues to infiltrate their lives, they begin to suspect that he has hidden reasons beyond a quick sale.
Dennis Quaid manages to show his crazy character that we see so rarely. . He takes a page from Nicolas Cage's game book and brings the number of pages to 11. We have not seen him on fire or like a wackadoo madman since his brilliant performance in, The Big Balls of fire playing the iconic rocker Jerry Lee Lewis.
Quaid plays Charlie, who is a little too attached to his old home. He cuts his old lawn when he feels like it, and he sneaks into the night with very loud creaking. We learn later that Charlie's wife died in this house. She put a rifle in her mouth and blew her brains all over the wall. At least that's how good old Charlie explains it. But you can say that there is something more in this sinister story.
Quaid is disconcerted when he sees residential improvements unfolding around the property, becoming quite upset by some holes being drilled. Soon, he harasses the young couple, hides behind trees in their yard and jumps up and down the stairs, shouting menacing characters like "Lights Out!" As the candlestick breathes with what appears to be the same gun, Ms. Charlie had the habit of ending her miserable life.
Before you know it, Charlie smashes the door of the room like Jack Nicolson in . Bright . It sounds like a ton of fun and it's actually scary. Carter Hayes, by Michael Keaton, taken from Pacific Heights as a result of a tenant who tormented his married couple owners. This one seems to go up to the end with a crazy performance by Dennis Quaid.
Deon Taylor directs The Intruder Based on a screenplay by David Loughery. Taylor Performed Meet the Blacks sold as a parody of The Purge but turned out to be more of an authentic purge movie going up to call the night of evil The Purge dotted with jokes. There was not a lot of visual gags and it was obvious that Taylor was looking to chew on something more substantial. Sony's people probably liked what they saw in The Intruder . Taylor has six other films in post-production or pre-production. He is certainly a filmmaker to watch.
If you like scary thrillers with crazy neighbors and ghost fools, The Intruder really looks like the same, it definitely looks like it has been covered all fronts. You can watch the trailer directly from Sony with the poster.