Inspired by real events...
|Directed by||Bryan Bertino|
|Written by||Bryan Bertino|
|Produced by||Joe Drake; Marc D. Evans; Kelli Konop; Trevor Macy; Sonny Mallhi; Doug Davison; Nathan Kahane; Roy Lee|
|Edited by||Kevin Greutert|
|Distributed by||Rogue Pictures; Mandate Pictures; Vertigo Entertainment; Universal Studios|
|Release date(s)||May 30th, 2008|
|Running time||86 min.|
|Gross revenue||$82,391,145 |
|Followed by||The Strangers 2 (2011)|
|Alex Fisher||Mormon boy #1|
|Peter Clayton-Luce||Mormon boy #2|
|Scott Speedman||James Hoyt|
|Liv Tyler||Kristen McKay|
|Kip Weeks||Man in the mask|
|Laura Margolis||Pin-up girl|
|Jordan Del Spina||Jordan (911 caller)|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- Principal photography on The Strangers began on October 10th, 2006 and concluded in 2007. It was filmed on stage with exterior scenes filmed in Florence and Timmonsville, South Carolina.
- The Strangers was released to DVD and Blu-ray on October 21st, 2008 by Universal Studios Home Entertainment. It was released in the UK on December 26th, 2008.
- Despite having no nudity and a minimal amount of profanity and gore, the film was still rated R by the MPAA.
- Country singer Merle Haggard once had a band called The Strangers. Haggard's "Mama Tried" is featured in this film.
External Links Edit
- The Strangers at Wikipedia
- The Strangers at Box Office Mojo
- The Strangers at Universal Studios
- The Strangers at Rotten Tomatoes
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