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It was great watching this movie, and I love how it turned out.
Gore, humor, and (surprisingly) well-rounded, likable characters. This mid-80's slasher romp rises above the others in almost every way possible.
Un bon petit slasher classique digne de son époque. Avec Sam Raimi et même un caméo de Bruce Campbell.
An 80s favourite of mine, excellent supermarket slasher.
The murders are great... in fact, the awesomely cheesy '80s kills are the only real reason to watch Intruder. The killer's motivations are laughable, the "story" is ridiculous and the characters are completely moronic. One character even sounds like Owen Wilson's voice fucked Pauly Shore's personality.
Perfect type of decent 80's cheesy horror and gore
With some great gore affects and decent acting it's pretty well-made, which is different for a slasher film of this era.
Despite throwing in some quirky camerawork to make things interesting, Intruder is still one of those slashers where the dialogue consists of "Who's there?" and "Hello?"
Maybe more like a 3.25
Classic slasher flick taking place entirely at a small supermarket. Everyone has received notice that they are losing their jobs, and bodies start piling up.
The kills are done very well, the Raimi's and Bruce Campbell are on the case, as well as Renee Estevez.
This movie is so much fun.