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The ex-boyfriend of a check-out girl at a supermarket returns at closing time to make trouble. They quarrel and the boyfriend is ejected from the store. After they lock the building up to take inventory, the employees start dying off, and the survivors must eventually find a way to escape with their lives.
A new dimension in terror.
Also Known As:
Night Crew: The Final Checkout
Release Date: April 19, 1989
Runtime: 83 mins
All Genres: Crime, Horror, Thriller
IMDB Rating: 6.1
Buried.com Rating: 7.1 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With I
MPAA Rating: R
Elizabeth Cox ...Jennifer Ross
Renee Estevez ...Linda
Dan Hicks ...Bill Roberts
David Byrnes ...Craig Peterson
Sam Raimi ...Randy
Eugene Robert Glazer ...Danny (as Eugene R. Glazer)
Billy Marti ...Dave
Burr Steers ...Bub
Craig Stark ...Tim
Ted Raimi ...Produce Joe
Alvy Moore ...Officer Dalton
Tom Lester ...Officer Mathews
Emil Sitka ...Mr. Abernathy
Bruce Campbell ...Officer Howard
Lawrence Bender ...Officer Adams
Scott Spiegel ...Bread Man
Douglas Hessler ...Townie At Door
Gregory Nicotero ...Townie In Car
Mike Ionascu ...Customer #1
Jim Hanson ...Customer #2 (as James Hanson)
Jim Reickel ...Customer #3
Paula F. Major ...Customer #4
Laura Schwartz ...Customer #5
Mark Saticoy ...Customer #6
Steve Patino ...Customer #7
Mara Massey ...Love Bird #1
Christoffer Salzgeber ...Love Bird #2 (as Christopher Salzgeber)
Douglas Scott Hessler
More Movie Taglines:
- A new dimension in terror.
- If this one does not scare you, you're already dead!
- Mr. Abernathy: Hold hands, you lovebirds!
Bill Roberts: I'm just crazy about this store.
Bill Roberts: There's gonna be one more killing here tonight.
Craig Peterson: I saw him kill Linda
Linda: This creep keeps calling, he's driving us nuts
- The "head in one hand, sandwich in the other" speech was previously used in Raising Arizona (1987).
The song that Randy (Sam Raimi) sings was also featured in The Evil Dead (1981), directed by Raimi.
The town where this film is set; Walnut Lake, Michigan, actually exists. Director Scott Spiegel, the Raimi brothers, and Bruce Campbell grew up in the Walnut Lake area.
The film was originally entitled “The Night Crew”, but distributors felt that the film would be more marketable if it was given a more generic slasher movie title. It was released as “Intruder”.
Director Scott Spiegel cameos as the ill-fated bread man.
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