A young couple (Michael Ealy and Meagan Good) finally moves into their Napa Valley dream home which they bought from Charlie (Dennis Quaid), the eccentric widowed owner of the house. Things take a dark turn, however, when the obsessed former owner keeps on popping into the house and interfering with their lives, which quickly escalates into a dangerous situation that threatens their very safety. Directed by Deon Taylor~Marvin Royce Moreno
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– A young successful couple (Meagan Good & Michael Ealy) are looking to move out of the city (San Francisco) to a quiet country neighborhood. They find a beautiful house in Napa Valley and decide to purchase it from owner Charlie (Dennis Quaid). Problem is, Charlie’s got attachment issues with the house. He’s sweet as pie to the wife but exposes glimpses of his troubled self to the husband. As the husband starts to be suspicious, the wife falls in love with the house and has no problem with Charlie visiting. But Charlie does a little more than just visit…..he’s a constant menacing presence who almost always is around. It’s not long before he goes all psycho trying to protect the house he thinks is still his. Story is very well told here with great patience and pacing…..was not bored for one second watching this unveil and the payback was totally worth it! Get the popcorn out for this one!!!
Dennis Quaid did a fabulous job as the protagonist of the story. His rugged face fit the type of character that was portrayed. the fight seen was really good. the supporting actors were great and the line crossed with the understanding his attraction for the wife was perfect. really a good movie.
I enjoyed this movie. This is a great thriller that is full of suspense. I enjoyed watching Dennis Quaid play the bad guy. He did an excellent job. Meagan Good and Michael Ealy also had great chemistry. Now that the fall season is rolling around, this movie will definitely be on my list of scary/suspenseful movies to watch on my weekends off.
If you’ve seen one stalker movie you’ve seenu them all but this one was actually okay. Dennis Quaid did a good job in the movie but there could have been some more carnage on his behalf. I think it would have heightened the storyline and the viewers experience and the potential was there to make it happen but the writers just fell short.
I can't help it. I love these dumb movies like "The Intruder." Every year or so, this same movie is released with a different title, and cast. Dennis Quaid is having a blast here, and that shows. I don't care how many of these types of movies are made, by God, I'll see them all.