Also known as Intruder aka Night Crew: The Final Checkout. For some weird reason I never got around watching this. Finally picked up the R2 Dragon reissue the other day and gave it a spin .... Plot: A psychotic murderer stalks an all-night convenience store. Heh, there isn't really much to add because that basically sums it all up pretty well. It's the one-by-one routine we are all so familiar with. Don't expect any mind-boggling plot twists or Oscar-worthy performances here (except for that one "stoner dude" he was kinda funny), it's more or less solid standard. It's all about the killings anyway and heck, they absolutely rock! They are all done in a bloody & gory fashion (the killer uses butcher knifes, axes, power tools, hooks etc with the effects provided by the KNB fx group) and should satisfy any gorehound. There's also some inventive editing and camerawork, and watch out for that Bruce Campbell cameo near the end. I had fun watching this. Intruder didn't reinvent the slasher genre but it's good entertainment. This much sought after title will probably never see a (unrated) DVD release in the US at all, unless Paramount (?) sells the rights or something. So, this might be your only chance to watch this cult flick on DVD in it's entirely. Dragon Enterainment presents Intruder in full screen - transfer ain't great but not bad either. There's some color bleeding (red) which is kinda distracting but nothing your fine-tuning on your TV couldn't handle. For more details on A/V check out gunner's excellent review right here. Extras include two short films by director Scott Spiegel. They are fun to watch, the first one, "Torro! Torro! Torro! features yet another cameo by Bruce Campbell. Also included: Theatrical Trailer (English), bio's, slideshow and two deleted scenes.