Why Watch? With its simple twist of perspective, this horror short film delivers one of the most realistic fears possible – that our home will be entered without our permission, that someone will force their way into the space we consider most safe.

Since it was shot in a few hours without any color correction or polish, it’s all potential, but it’s the kind of potential that could be built into something truly professional with ease. It’s another testament to the power of a great idea and some tense execution.

What does it cost? Just 4 minutes of your time.

Check out the trailer for Intruder for yourself:

INTRUDER (2011)

Trust us. You have time for more short films.


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