Evil Turns to Ash in Italian ‘Intruders’ One Sheet

One of the worst films I’ve seen in 2011 is 28 Weeks Later director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo’s (unintentionally) faux supernatural horror film Intruders (review), which premiered at the TIFF this past September.

Starring Clive Owen, Daniel Brühl, Carice Van Houten, Pilar López de Ayala, Ella Purnell, Izan Corchero, and Kerry Fox, the story centers on an 11-year-old girl who is forced to confront childhood demons.

While Millennium Entertainment is releasing here in the States next April, Italy gets it this September while it’s already burning people’s eyes in Spain. Check out the italian one sheet after the break. It pretty much says it all (it looks like Constantine a bit).

Juan and Mia, two children who live in different countries, are visited every night by a faceless intruder – a terrifying being that wants to get hold of them. These presences become more powerful and start ruling their lives as well as their families’. Anxiety and tension increase when their parents also witness these apparitions. Intruders