The Strangers Trailer & Clips


The Strangers full movie is released on May 30, 2008. Watch The Strangers online - the English Horror movie from United States , which has achieved a worldwide gross of $82,410,456. The Strangers is directed by Bryan Bertino and created by Bryan Bertino with Alex Fisher and Peter Clayton-Luce. The Strangers is available online on Apple iTunes and Amazon Video.

After returning from a wedding reception, a couple staying in an isolated vacation house receive a knock on the door in the mid-hours of the night. What ensues is a violent invasion by three strangers, their faces hidden behind masks. The couple find themselves in a violent struggle, in which they go beyond what either of them thought capable in order to survive.

As know as:

Nieznajomi, Κλείδωσες;, Svešinieki, ストレンジャーズ 戦慄の訪問者, Hívatlanok

Release Date:

May 30, 2008

Release Date (Streaming):

Oct 21, 2008


United States



Stream Service:

Rogue Pictures

Production Companies:

Rogue Pictures, Intrepid Pictures, Vertigo Entertainment

Official Site:


Gross worldwide:



Lock the door. Pretend you're safe., We tell ourselves there's nothing to fear - but sometimes, we're wrong., Because you were home., Inspired By Real Events, What are you afraid of?, What would you do if this was happening to you?


Sara Voorhees
The movie is best before the mayhem actually starts: First-time writer-director Bryan Bertino gets right some priceless details as the couple try to deal with the evening's earlier fallout, and elevates his movie above other horror films.
by rottentomatoes, Mar 31, 2019
Nigel Andrews
Financial Times
The formula of calm followed by shock is repeated until one tires of the technical polish of Bryan Bertino's directorial debut (with nods towards Funny Games and the French Them?) in the absence of coherent plot or character development.
by rottentomatoes, Mar 31, 2019
Adam Nayman
The Ringer
Bertino's directorial smarts are on display from the first slow-cut montage of rural homes glimpsed from the window of a moving car. It's a passage suggesting free-floating, arbitrary menace.
by rottentomatoes, Mar 09, 2018

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