Intruder

Overview

Scott Spiegel's little-seen gore classic Intruder finally makes its way stateside in all its uncut glory thanks to Wizard Entertainment. While the flick doesn't quite get the attention of an Anchor Bay or Blue Underground release, this disc should still be a top priority sale for anyone lacking the previously released Region 2 version. The kills are indeed intact here, and even though it might not have the most pristine picture or sound quality, it's good enough for now. Seasoned veterans of the film will find ...
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Overview

Scott Spiegel's little-seen gore classic Intruder finally makes its way stateside in all its uncut glory thanks to Wizard Entertainment. While the flick doesn't quite get the attention of an Anchor Bay or Blue Underground release, this disc should still be a top priority sale for anyone lacking the previously released Region 2 version. The kills are indeed intact here, and even though it might not have the most pristine picture or sound quality, it's good enough for now. Seasoned veterans of the film will find some humor in Wizard's blatant attempt to garner more sales with a pasted-in picture on the back of the box of Bruce Campbell, whose screen time equals about a minute in the final moments of the flick.
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Editorial Reviews

All Movie Guide - Jeremy Wheeler
Gnarly and bloody hilarious, Scott Spiegel's low-budget slasher opus Intruder is just what the demented doctor ordered for gore fans and dedicated followers of the Evil Dead troupe of filmmakers. Shot for a measly 100,000 dollars, the film is considered a cult classic in most horror circles due to the infamous uncut print that made its rounds on the bootleg circuits for over a decade. Known mainly for the supporting roles of both Ted and Sam Raimi (along with a tidbit from Bruce Campbell at the end), Intruder explodes with their patented quirky humor but isn't afraid to get down and dirty with the nasty and inventive kills from future K.N.B. makeup effects head Greg Nicotero. Spiegel's directorial debut also displays a strong visceral style that's very much in the same vein as Raimi's early features and packed with crazy p.o.v. shots that spice up the action throughout the film. Additionally, the ensemble cast goes a long way with their quirky characters, and the grocery-store setting is an interesting touch that easily sets it apart from the rest of its slasher kin. Fans need not worry about hunting down the uncut version in various grey-market settings anymore, thanks to plenty of available copies overseas and finally an official U.S. DVD release from Wizard Entertainment in 2005.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/9/2005
  • UPC: 852733001027
  • Original Release: 1989
  • Rating:

  • Source: Wizard Entertainment
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Director's Cut / Uncensored
  • Time: 1:28:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 36,716

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Lawrence Bender Officer Adams
David Byrnes Craig
Bruce Campbell Officer Howard
Elizabeth Cox Jennifer
Renée Estevez Linda
Eugene Robert Glazer Danny
Dan Hicks Bill
Tom Lester Officer Mathews
Mara Massey Love Bird #1
Alvy Moore Officer Dalton
Gregory Nicotero Townie In Car
Steve Patino Customer #7
Sam Raimi Randy
Theodore Raimi Produce Joe
Emil Sitka Mr. Abernathy
Scott Spiegel Bread Man
Burr Steers Bub
Technical Credits
Scott Spiegel Director, Original Story, Screenwriter
Fernando Arguelles Cinematographer
Debby Armand Screenwriter
Lawrence Bender Original Story, Producer, Screenwriter
Howard Berger Makeup
Charles Band Executive Producer
GSD'Arto Score Composer
Wendy Guidery Production Designer
Douglas Hessler Co-producer
K.N.B. EFX Group Makeup, Special Effects
Robert Kurtzman Makeup
Mara Massey Art Director
Gregory Nicotero Makeup
Dhamoo Punjabi Producer
Raam Punjabi Producer
Sodikin Cinematographer
King Wilder Editor
Eddie Ziv Asst. Director
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Opening Credits [2:24]
2. Store Closing [7:04]
3. The Search [7:54]
4. You're Fired [9:54]
5. Lunch Time [13:07]
6. You're Safe [10:53]
7. Strange Things [6:40]
8. Meat Locker [8:04]
9. You're Fine [7:52]
10. The Escape [5:02]
11. Final Battle [4:50]
12. End Credits [3:36]
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Menu

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