The Intruder (1975)

Unreleased and lost for more than 40 years, now appearing on Blu-ray for the first time ever!

Mickey (THE MANIPULATOR) Rooney, Yvonne (THE MUNSTERS) De Carlo, Ted (THE ADDAMS FAMILY) Cassidy and Chris (STANLEY) Robinson (who also wrote, produced and directed) star in a story of greed, murder and irrational madness. The lust for gold brings eleven visitors to a remote island retreat, but an unseen, seemingly unstoppable evil follows to stalk them one by one. The bodies don’t stop dropping until the final shattering conclusion. Who – or what – is the intruder? One thing is for certain: it will not stop until it kills them all.

Pre-dating the slasher movie craze that would become popular several years later, THE INTRUDER is a bloody Agatha Christie-style horror thriller with a body count that rivals FRIDAY THE 13TH and BAY OF BLOOD, with creepy photography by Jack (DERANGED, DEATHDREAM) McGowan.

Garagehouse Pictures is pleased to introduce Chris Robinson’s never-before-released 1975 proto-slasher on Blu-ray, in a painstakingly restored High Definition transfer from the only 35mm film print in existence.

Feature specifications and extras:

  • Transferred in 4K from the only 35mm film print
  • Sound digitally remastered from the original optical tracks
  • Presented in its original aspect ratio
  • Audio commentary with Chris Robinson
  • Archival interview with Chris Robinson
  • Liner notes
  • Garagehouse Pictures trailers
  • All regions

1975 / 87 mins. / Color / Mono / 1.85:1 / Not Rated

View GP’s trailer for THE INTRUDER here:

Now available for pre-order at

The Intruder (Garagehouse Pictures) (Blu-Ray All Region)


The Dismembered

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Garagehouse Pictures releases a lost regional horror-comedy, unseen for over 50 years!

After a daring jewelry heist, a trio of thieves hold up in an old dark house inhabited by a motley bunch of restless ghosts that only want to dispatch their new guests in the most horrible manner possible – that is if they can get to them before the spirits of an unruly group of dismembered corpses from the nearby cemetery!

This unusual regional horror-comedy, directed by Ralph S. Hirshorn, was filmed in Philadelphia, PA in 1962, and makes its debut on home video for the first time ever on a fully restored Blu-ray mastered in 4K from the director’s only surviving 16mm print.

THE DISMEMBERED (aka. OSWALD, YOU BOTCHED IT AGAIN) plays like a cross between Roger Corman and Casper the Friendly Ghost, and evokes the era of American International Pictures and the independent drive-in “B” movie.
View the trailer for THE DISMEMBERED below:

Specs for THE DISMEMBERED are as follows:

  • Feature Specifications and Extras:
  • Transferred & digitally mastered in 4K from the director’s only 16mm film print
  • Sound digitally remastered from the original optical tracks
  • Audio commentary with director Ralph S. Hirshorn and Andrew Repasky McElhinney (CHRONICLE OF CORPSES)
  • THE END OF SUMMER (1959) – 11 minute short film by Ralph S. Hirshorn
  • Liners notes by Dan Buskirk ( film critic and host of the Fun 2 Know podcast)
  • Trailers for Garagehouse Pictures releases
  • Art by Stephen Romano
  • All regions

1962 / 65 mins. / B&W / Mono / 1.66:1 / Not Rated

Purchase THE DISMEMBERED at here:

Dismembered (Garagehouse Pictures) (Blu-Ray All Region)

The Satanist

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THE SATANIST is the lost film from Zoltan G. Spencer (Spencer Crilly), never before available on home video in ANY format and UNSEEN for 46 years. Now Garagehouse Pictures brings this obscure Satanic sexploitation horror film to Blu-ray in a 4K restoration for the first time anywhere!

A writer recovering from a nervous breakdown moves to the country with his wife for a rest cure that turns into a nightmare when the two become unwilling participants in an ancient Satanic ritual and a wild bacchanal of the flesh. Weird forbidden rites, erotic succubi, obscene devil dances: THE SATANIST will take you to the edge of madness!

1968 / 62 mins. / B&W / Mono / Not Rated

Feature Specifications and Extras:

  • 4K Restoration from the only known 35mm film print
  • Sound digitally remastered from the original optical tracks
  • Presented in its original 1.37:1 aspect ratio
  • Audio Commentary by Chris Poggiali & Ashley West
  • Liner notes by Chris Poggiali
  • Garagehouse Pictures Trailers
  • New artwork by Stephen Romano

Plus added bonus feature: SISTERS IN LEATHER!

• 4K scan from the Original Camera Negative
• Sound digitally remastered from the original optical tracks 1969

1969 / 64 mins. / B&W / Mono / Not Rated

Satanist (Garagehouse Pictures) (Blu-Ray All Region)

Ninja Busters

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See Garagehouse Pictures’ trailer for Paul Kyriazi’s NINJA BUSTERS here:

Prepare yourself for a tour de force of martial arts mayhem the likes of which the world has never seen!

Filmed in 1984 but never released, NINJA BUSTERS was a lost movie, never screened for audiences and doomed to obscurity—until now! Thirty years later, the sole 35mm film print of NINJA BUSTERS has been unearthed, allowing this completely insane kung fu comedy to finally be unleashed! Bernie and Chic (karate grandmasters Eric Lee and Sid Campbell) are two loveable goofballs just looking for easy work, sexy ladies, and a good slice of pizza. But a beating from a gang of thugs convinces the buddies to train in the martial arts in the hopes of meeting girls…and maybe learning self-defense. After stumbling across the operations of some illegal weapons dealers and their army of paid ninja assassins, Chic and Bernie must team up with their kung fu comrades to contend with sleazy gangsters, ruthless ninjas, underwear-throwing bikers, militant revolutionaries, and bitchin’ breakdancers. Will our heroes be able to defeat the mob and bust the ninjas? And more importantly, will they ever score with the chicks? Presented for the first time from a 4K digital restoration, NINJA BUSTERS is action packed, absolutely ridiculous, and guaranteed to become a cult film favorite.

Starring Eric Lee, Sid Campbell, Gerald Okamura and Carlos Navarro

Written by Sid Campbell

Produced by Carlos Navarro

Directed by Paul Kyriazi

1984 / 90 minutes / Color


Feature Specifications:

  • Transferred and Digitally Mastered in 4K from the only existing Fine Grain Answer Print
  • Sound Digitally Remastered from the Original Optical Soundtrack
  • Fully Restored and Presented in the Original Panavision 2.39:1 Aspect Ratio
  • 25GB Single Layer Blu-ray
  • All Regions


  • Audio Commentary with Director Paul Kyriazi
  • Introduction by the director
  • THE TOURNMENT, Paul Kyriazi’s First Feature
  •  Fan Testimonials
  • Liner notes by Dan Fraga of Exhumed Films
  • Poster Reproduction Card
  • All new artwork by Stephen Romano