This is precisely the kind of teaser trailer I love. All suggestion, all mood and atmosphere and very little in the way of spoilerific plot details. Less is always more with teasers and as long as the ad entices you by it's subtly, then it works. There'll be plenty of time to further enhance on the details found in this teaser with full length trailers and detailed posters but for now, I'm delighted that I still know very little about the beats of this particular, original horror. The upcoming Intruders is the first movie from Spanish director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo since he blew me away with 28 Weeks Later and I've eagerly been awaiting to see where his career would next take him. We heard last month that the future for him is a reboot of The Crow, and whilst that project made alot of eyebrows raise suspiciously at the OWF water cooler, our attention at the moment is completely focused on his October 7th opening, London-set 'psychological horror' which has been flying under the radar somewhat. Empire have got the exclusive on the first look teaser that has me excited, despite the presence of the utterly boring Clive Owen. Here he plays the father of an 11 year old girl (Ella Purnell) whose childhood demons re-appear and haunt her family. Kerry Fox, Carice van Houten and Daniel Brühl support. Slowly, without much fanfare but assuredly, this new wave of Spanish directors which Fresnadillo is apart of, along with Rec's Jaume Balaguero & Paco Plaza and The Orphange director Juan Antonio Bayona, are taking over modern day horror and are showing us Brits and our U.S. friends how it's done.