HOLLYWOOD, CA (FOX44) – Clive Owen gets in your head with his latest psychological thriller "Intruders" playing the father of a young girl, Owen’s character takes you from reality to the supernatural.
Clive Owen stars in this fright-fest playing the father of a 13-year-old girl whose bedtime story about a faceless being becomes real.
Owen says: "I was attracted to this film not that it was a horror film but much more cause of the psychology of the piece and I found it very intelligent, interesting and strange within this family very spooky and scary and it was related to the people instead of something from the outside coming in."
Owen says: "It's a psychological thriller as the main genre of the movie, and I’m a huge fan of movies that are showing you the connection between the supernatural and the human side and how sometimes the supernatural is a consequence, a manifestation of a human problem"
While not a big believer in the supernatural, Clive understands the psychological fear of the story.
Owen says: "I think the scary things relate to what's going on inside of us as oppose to outside, but I do know people who have had very strange experiences, but i would never say that it's not out there, but personally experience anything."
And take note the person screaming next to you in the theater, may be the film's star.
Owen says: "yes, yes, whenever there is something very well constructed and well directed, then yes, that's one of the beauty of going to the cinema you can get very consumed by it so if something is well done, then of course I do"