Trespass (2011)


Trespass is the story of a man and wife who are held hostage and begin to learn dark secrets. I think about each other. It’s currently unclear.

There aren’t a lot of details available right now, which is weird, cause it comes out in October. But it will also be On Demand in November. What’s that? Sounds like a turd? Yep. It’ll be a turd.

Anyways, I’m pretty sure it turns out Nicole Kidman is sleeping with one of the hostage takers, and she may be trying to get her husband’s money. I guess she doesn’t want him to even have half when they divorce. Bitches be crazy.

I’m guessing a lot of that, but I saw a picture (below) and I extrapolated. What’s that? You’re wearing a brown shirt? Stupid Canadian.


Trespass is being directed by Joel Schumacher, who made what I think we can ALL agree were the definitive Batman films, with Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. So this movie should be amazing… NOT.

Snapdragon. Anyways, it’s going to be hilarious if it has Nicole Kidman, Nicolas Cage and Schumacher as director and it’s essentially going straight to On Demand. It has to be a mega turd for that to happen. I cannot wait.

Trespass Trailer

Trespass Release Date

October 14, 2011 – Limited release
November 1, 2011 – Home Video and On Demand


Who’s In It?

 Nicolas Cage … Kyle
  Cam Gigandet … Jonah Collins
  Nicole Kidman … Sarah
  Liana Liberato … Avery
  Nico Tortorella … Jake
  Jordana Spiro
  Dash Mihok
  Ben Mendelsohn
  Zurab Matcharashvili … Jake
  Tina Parker … Security Operator
  Terry Milam … Travis
  Gracie Whitton … Young Avery
  Brandon Belknap … Dylan
  David Maldonado … Security Guard
  Herb Johnston … Bar Patron

What’s Good About It?

Bad movies starring Nicolas Cage are always worth watching.

What’s Bad About It?

Trespass has to be especially bad if it’s going to be On Demand two weeks after its release.

Our Clever Prediction

I think Trespass is going to shock person. I’d say ‘people,’ but I’m pretty sure only one person will see it, and she will be shocked by the high quality.


  1. I enjoyed the movie and I think it defiantly should be shown longer in theaters. The movie has a great list of award winning actors and who doesn’t love a suspenseful thriller? Plus, Nic Cage is so entertaining to watch I have been a fan of his for YEARSSS. You can bet I will be buying the DVD.

  2. I am very eager to see the film. The trailer is dynamic and the intensity of the storyline drew me in from the first time I heard about it. I really hope more people go see it while it’s in theaters.

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