Pretty frightening and creepy. People using a knock on the door meme aren’t clever or funny
Started the home invasion craze of the late 2000s. A good film but not actually that scary
Great movie, your not yelling at the characters the whole time, and there are great jump scares.
This is one of those horror films where you don’t think it’s scary until you think about it when laying in bed one night
Creepy movie that had me sleeping with the lights on.
THIS MOVIE STILL FREAKS ME OUT AFTER WATCHING IT 30 TIMES
Suspense and tension are strong for the first 30 minutes, but poor character choices and an extended runtime means it all gets old quick
Wasn’t as scary as I thought it would be
I remember it being scarier when I was younger, naturally. The villains move around like ghosts somehow even though they are humans.
It had really good ideas and moments, but it was ruined by the huge amount of jumpscares and annoying soundtrack.
Don't know if "good" is what I'd call it...but this is probably the only horror film that actually thrilled me
Basic home invasion horror movie. Nothing really special about it but it wasn't terrible
if you’re looking for something to just pass the time, watch this i guess. It’s not the best but it’s something
Better than it should be. Makes a lot of intelligent choices in the script to keep you on your toes
Interesting premise, however, don't expect a reinvention of the home invasion subgenre of horror films. It doesn't do much you won't expect.
Home invasion movie. I don't like the genre, but if you do you'll probably enjoy this
Had like two good moments and rest was boring/felt like nothing happened
favorite home invasion movie since funny games. not ground breaking, just brilliant at building and keeping tension. but the ending was meh
5/10 Takes a bit to get going. Not a true horror film really. Just a home invasion, torture, slasher movie.
Short, scary, and cool. You can watch for them in the background and it’s a really fun watch