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  • Actors: Elizabeth Cox, Renée Estevez, Dan Hicks, David Byrnes, Sam Raimi
  • Directors: Scott Spiegel
  • Writers: Scott Spiegel, Lawrence Bender
  • Producers: Charles Band, Douglas Scott-Hessler, Lawrence Bender
  • Format: PAL
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: It
  • DVD Release Date: 2 Feb. 2004
  • Run Time: 83 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0000BZNJP
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 147,739 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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It's 10pm the night before Walnut Lakes neighbourhood supermarket closes its doors forever. The owners and night crew have a long shift ahead of them - longer than they think. Weird things start happening. The phone lines are cut, and the night crew start dying, one by one, in the most gruesome ways imaginable.

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4.2 out of 5 stars

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 1 Dec. 2004
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Great low budget slasher flick directed by Sam Raimi's friend Scott Spiegel.
After a disasterous video release in the 'bad old days' of heavy handed censorship that was shamelessly savaged by the BBFC, we have had to wait many years. Now we are finally treated to the uncut version, and it was worth the wait!
The effects are suitably hideous (in a good way!), the bandsaw vs head bit is particulaly fun(!), but the things that raise this above the crowd are the interesting camera work and the fun script. The cast were clearly enjoying themselves when they made it, and this shines through.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Jolley HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on 27 April 2008
Format: DVD
Talk about working the graveyard shift down at the old meat market - and I do mean meat market. Prices aren't the only things being slashed at the Walnut Lake Market tonight. Cleanup on aisle 5 - and 7 - and 10 - and, oh hell, the whole darn place is a bloodbath. (Sorry - I thought it would be best if I went ahead and got some of those corny clichéd lines out of my system right here at the start.) You know, there's nothing like a low-budget horror movie that really steps up and delivers the goods - it doesn't happen often, but it definitely happened back in 1989 with the release of Intruder. If you thought The Mist was the first "panic in a supermarket" film ever made, you're really missing out. Intruders, even the edited version (a pox on censors and the studios that give in to them), is a gory classic. Just look at what you get here: lots of blood and gore delivered by some pretty interesting murder implements, a bit of a mystery as to who the killer really is (even though I had no trouble discerning early on just how it would all play out), a fairly hot heroine (Elizabeth Cox) sporting a classic 80s hairstyle, not one but two Raimis among the cast, and even a very funny (albeit borrowed) decapitation story. You'll notice I left the Bruce Campbell cameo out of this list - it's so short and pedestrian that it really isn't worth mentioning (except to point out how disingenuous it is of the studio to market the film as a Bruce Campbell vehicle) - heck, I didn't even notice The Chinned One my first time through.

It's almost closing time at the market when Craig Peterson (David Byrnes - not to be confusing with Talking Heads front man and all-around musical genius David Byrne) shows up wanting to talk to his old girlfriend Jennifer (Elizabeth Cox).
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By M. Western on 19 Feb. 2006
Format: DVD
I love slasher/zombie/violent films and Intruder is high up on the list of great slashers!
The first thing youll notice when you see the case is the great cast of actors they have written on the front, but most of the actors stated dont have large parts (they have put on Bruce Campbell but he wasnt on screen for more than 5 minuets!) or they arent that good anyway!
The story to this film is aleright! Its a change having the killings taking place in a shopping centre and there is a good twist at the end!
If you are one of those people who like this type of film then youll probably be wanting some good, bloody, creative death scenes! This film does not dissapoint! The death scenes in Intruder are some of the best! There is even a scene where a man gets his fore head cut off by a saw used to cut chickens in two! Plus many, many more including the best stabbing scene a film has ever had! EVER... The killer simply uses a big (and i mean huge, one of the biggest kitchen knives ive ever seen!) knife and stabs a guy in the chest, then the blood starts to spray everywhere, beating even 'Kill Bill' staqndards!
Another thing that makes the death scenes in Intruder so good is that you get good close-ups of the wound bleeding and the bone crunching!
A great thing this fiolm has too is there is some exelent camera work! Three are lots of strange camera views (like the camera looking through a glass or turning like it was attached to a door handle ect ect).
Overall this should be a treat for any slasher fan! (this film is a slight bit out-dated but it still okay by todays standards!)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By J.M. "The Phantom" on 13 Jun. 2008
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The basic story..Those working the night shift in a supermarket are about to be stalked and picked off one by one by a sadistic killer.
Yes we are in good old slasher territory here and the late 80's in general was a lesser time for it, but "Intruder" is an awesome slasher film. Director Scott Spiegel has put together a fantastic and stylish horror that contains many impressive point of view shots that show great talent and imagination. The cover boasts of the presence of Sam Raimi and Bruce Campbell but their parts are irrelevant having no overall effect on the quality of the film. After a fairly slow but still enjoyable start the killings begin and the gore on offer is great with many enjoyable bloody deaths.
Unfortunately the picture quality of this UK version isn't that good and it's in full screen. Extras include an interview and some trailers for other horrors.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By jamiouse on 30 Mar. 2004
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I'd been waiting for the release of this title for a while, pondered over buying the German DVD but waited for this, the Hardgore issue. It was worth it! It's possibly one of the best low budget slasher films ever made. It occasionaly drags in places but generally it rips along. The story is pretty simple, physco runs amok in a supermarket one night. The night shift are the victims. For a change the script is alright and the acting ok, the gore is fantastic! Very creepy and thrilling. I would recommend it to anyone, if your tired of those 'modern' slashers like I Know What You Did and Scream give this ago. You could do alot worse!
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