Does this Euro-chiller stand a ghost of a chance with our horror-loving disc reviewer?

Even the usually reliable Clive Owen can’t do much with this lacklustre supernatural thriller from Juan Carlos Fresnadillo, director of the surrpisingly good 28 Weeks Later. The film recounts two parallel tales, one in England and one in Spain, both featuring a child being haunted by a faceless bogeyman. What could the link be? Well, if you can’t work that out long before the final revelation, then you simply haven’t watched enough films.

The Blu-ray delivers richly cinematic AVC 2.40:1 1080p imagery and a fairly lively (if unimaginative) DTS-HD MA 5.1 mix. Modest extras include six deleted scenes, a trio of thre-minute behind-the-scenes vignettes (Reality Vs Fantasy, Two Stories, Two Cities and Directed By) and the slightly more substantial 20-minute Who is Hollowface: The Making of Intruders featurette.

Universal Pictures, Region B BD, £25 Approx, On sale now