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Intruder R CC

(87) IMDb 6.4/10
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It's 10 pm. The night before Walnut Lake's neighborhood supermarket closes its doors forever. The owners and night crew have a long shift ahead of them - longer than they think! Ace check out girl, Jennifer, has a deranged ex-boyfriend who's fresh out of prison. When he appears outside, weird things start happening. The phone lines are cut, and the night crew starts dying one by one, in the most gruesome ways imaginable. An ex-cop is trying to find out who the killer is and what possessed him to start the bloody rampage. But is it the ex-boyfriend or is it someone else?

Starring:
Elizabeth Cox, Renée Estevez
Runtime:
1 hour, 24 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Thriller, Horror
Director Scott Spiegel
Starring Elizabeth Cox, Renée Estevez
Supporting actors Dan Hicks, David Byrnes, Sam Raimi, Eugene Robert Glazer, Billy Marti, Burr Steers, Craig Stark, Ted Raimi, Alvy Moore, Tom Lester, Emil Sitka, Bruce Campbell, Lawrence Bender, Scott Spiegel, Douglas Scott-Hessler, Greg Nicotero, Mike Ionascu, Jim Hanson
Studio Full Moon
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 3-day viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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39 of 42 people found the following review helpful By firefire on November 13, 2011
Format: Blu-ray
I ordered mine from the Synapse Films website,for the work-print exclusive. Got it a whole month early. YAY!! This was a good blind buy for me, as I just discovered it when it was announced a month or two back. And when I saw it was made by Sam Raimi's old crew from Evil Dead, and Sam Raimi in a starring role, with a cameo by the Great Bruce Campbell, it was immediately an instant blind-buy.

A group of employees in a grocery store/supermarket works their final shift overnight,as the store is closing permanently. The main protagonist has a borderline ex-boyfriend obsessed with her. In a little while, people start dying in violent and graphic ways. The kills in this film are top-notch. Not all of them are creative, but the best ones, CAUTION:POSSIBLE SPOILERS!!!,like an employee getting crushed by a trash compactor,and another getting his head sawed in half,are the stuff of a horror and gorehound fanatic's wildest dreams,or uhh,nightmares. The movie moves along at an adequate pace, the kills start shortly after the half-hour mark, and does not let up soon after. Both Sam and Ted Raimi of EVIL DEAD fame have roles, and Bruce Campbell makes a cameo at the end.

By the time this movie was made, the MPAA was already on their crusade against horror, esp. slasher movies, and were very strict, demanding severe cuts for so much as a few drops of red blood, at the risk of the old dreaded X-rating(now NC-17,same thing). And this movie was no exception. About 4-5 minutes were sliced out of this movie, rendering it neutered. It wasn't until many years later, that Wizard Video/Full Moon released this uncut in the U.S. on DVD, some more recent years back. I've never owned that, so I can't speak for the quality of that release.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Ben Wasden on September 12, 2006
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Intruder should have been called Halloween In A Supermarket. It's a scary slasher movie from a time when slashers were fun and gory. The first half hour is kind of slow, not boring just slow. However, after that it's non-stop horror as a killer stalks the employees at a grocery store that is going out of business. The twist ending is clever and sets up a sequel. I don't understand why there hasn't been a sequel to this, considering that it's better than about half of the Friday the 13th series. If the flick had some nudity, it would a perfect slasher movie. As it is, it's an almost perfect slasher movie.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Moviebuffer101 on August 25, 2006
Format: DVD
Although starts off slowly this above average b-movie really packs a gory punch in the last 35 minutes or so.. The acting is what you might expect from an 80's horror flick but, who is watching these movies for the performances? However, I think the girl that was killed should have taken the leading role. Now.. here is a little something that bugs me about alot of companies that produce films to dvd. Bruce Campbell is in this movie for two minutes and for some strange marketing reason he is listed as the star of the film. Why? I really hate that. I love Campbell but, i dont like when I am led to believe that he plays a significant role in a movie and he is in it for a two minute "cop" role at the end of the movie. Anyway.. if you havent seen "Intruder" it takes place in a supermarket while the 3rd shift crew stocks, changes prices and, cleans. They all get more than they "bargain" for when they are told that the store will be closing in a month and their jobs will be lost. On top of the bad news a psychotic killer is picking them off one by one. The deaths are gruesome. Especially two in particular. One involves a butchers electric meat cutter, the other involves a box recycling bin. Over all I give this movie 3 stars and a half.. definitely elevated by it's gory deaths!! Fun Stuff!
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By DVD Verdict on December 2, 2011
Format: Blu-ray
Tom Becker, DVD Verdict --Intruder came along at the tail end of the '80s "golden age" of slashers, but you'd hardly know it. While it includes all the genre tropes (except gratuitous nudity, unfortunately), it presents them in a way that feels fresher and more creative than many of the countless other maniac-on-the-loose films that the decade produced.

While the basic plot--lunatic picking off young people in a confined space--and acting are nothing to write home about, writer/director Scott Spiegel and writer/producer Lawrence Bender keep their tongues planted firmly in their cheeks on this one without ever making Intruder one of those dreadfully self-conscious horror comedies. Of course, this isn't surprising when you consider that Spiegel was a long-time friend of Sam Raimi, the man behind The Evil Dead films (Spiegel shares writing credit on Evil Dead II; Sam's brother, Ted; and actor Bruce Campbell. The Raimis have significant roles in Intruder, playing a butcher and a produce guy, respectively, and Campbell turns up at the end for a brief bit as a cop.

The sensibility here: inventive and really gory kills, ironic dialogue, cleverly cynical ending, and a few unexpected treats. This includes the appearance of Tom Lester and Alvy Moore--that's Eb Dawson and Hank Kimball from Green Acres--as cops who turn up early in the film to check out a complaint about Craig. This bit works so well because it's not overplayed--there's no Green Acres theme music, no mannerisms or catch phrases that recall the previous characters; if you get it, you get it, if you don't...well, that's OK too, no one is spoon feeding you a cultural reference.
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