A young boy is terrorized by a boogeyman called Hollowface, who comes into his apartment and attacks his mother. He interrupts the faceless man--and is pursued onto the workman's scaffolding outside the building. Then we go to John Farrow (Clive Owen of KING ARTHUR, SECOND SIGHT) and his family. His thirteen-year-old daughter, Mia, finds a story about Hollowface in the nook of a tree and in school passes it off as her own tale. But she becomes obsessed with it--and soon Hollowface makes an appearance. Meanwhile, Farrow witnesses a terrible accident at work-- at the construction site a co-worker falls to his death. This affects him. The story goes back and forth between the young boy and his mother at the beginning, then to Farrow and his daughter, both of whom are now seeing the freakish creature. You're not sure, until the end, what's quite going on.
INTRUDERS is an intense, creepy, extremely well-crafted film. I can see Hollowface being a recurring franchise character, up there with Freddy and Jason. Directed by Juan Carlos Fresnadillo, who is directing the upcoming HIGHLANDER reboot. Highly recommended as one of the best horror films of 2012.