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Plot: In 1978 Sheriff Reed captures the deranged serial killer known as The Death Valley Drifter in the desert and the criminal is sentenced to death. In the present day, Sheriff Reed is near retirement and will be replaced by his son. Whilst they are having a meal in a rest stop diner in the middle of the desert, a runaway car with three thieves who robbed a casino stops in the spot for refueling. One of the robbers is the former boyfriend of the waitress Maya, and another criminal is wounded in the backseat. There is a shootout among the thieves and the sheriffs and their car explodes, however the body of the wounded criminal vanishes and the survivors discover that they are stranded in the place. Furthermore, they are stalked and chased by a fiend with stench known as The Reeker. Runtime: 88 mins Release Date: 01 Jan 2008
what do you do if you the only person alive (by b-chann)
oh my god this movie is the best thing ever seen in my life here my i like the part where the gas tank blew and sheriff flew 18 feet into the air and the invisible wall that cool one of the sheriff try to go throw but wall bounce back the other car crash in the wall that so cool the man head was cool love that movie. oh yea who was the guy with a thrower he look so scary he killed people back then he ran a guy on a street gross. one of the sheriff was sitting on back of the car he walked into motel he saw a shoe on the bottom he looked somewhere it was gone he Saw head on the bed that saw <more>
cool the leg whet outside. one of the sheriff he nose was blooding then he past out who how he noise bleed that was cool too
If you've seen REEKER 2005 and enjoyed It - even just a little - then this will be right up your Street. The movie expands greatly on the original and shows exactly what the reeker Is and how he came about. A Horror film with a bit of Sci-Fi thrown In, It Is not without Its' tongue-In-cheek moments, particularly the dialogue between the 2 guys,one of whom puts a bag over the others head to cover up his appalling injuries! Watch carefully for a very interesting anomaly 42 minutes In,just after the deputy has shot at the Invisible barrier - a black,disc-shaped 'UFO' swings Into <more>
the very top-right corner of the screen then swings out again,throwing a brief shadow onto a large boulder as It leaves the screen. Weather Film-makers put this In as a teaser or weather It's just a strange anomaly I couldn't say, but judge for yourselves - It looks as much like a 'genuine' UFO than most of the 'real' UFO footage I've ever seen. This Is a good follow-up to the original with plenty going on to keep viewers interested and the cast do a decent job between them. Well worth watching especially If you've seen the original.
Having caught this at a screening, I can say that No Man's Land is kind of a prequel to Reeker. It gives some insight into the birth of the Reeker. As you might imagine, it's pretty twisted. Once again, Dave Payne serves up a killer opening sequence pun intended and the effects are pretty cool and creative, especially considering this is an indie.If you enjoyed the first Reeker, you should like this one, too. Yeah, we have a group of people who will get picked off one by one, but that's to be expected in the genre. And hey - by now we know one thing the Reeker definitely does <more>
not do - and that's babysit. The trick in horror is to keep us guessing, which No Man's Land does and also manages some original kills in the process.Reeker is back with his tool kit and the prequel retains the same tongue-in-cheek humor as the first, with some choice dialog and gory silliness. Watch out for further cranial exploitation and the best bird fly-by on screen to date! Desmond Askew Turistas stands out as the inept Binky and it's good to see veteran Robert Pine as the local Sheriff. All in all a fun, schlocky addition to the franchise.
I was truly surprised by this one. I like the original Reeker and here you get to see how the reeker was recruited. The cast was good and the story had enough thrills and kills. You know a little what to expect because of the twist in the ending of the original. But Rise Of Reeker expands on that story without being the obvious re-run sequel. Part "Final Destination" and part a slasher-movie, I found it once again very entertaining. If you are a horror-fan, go see this one. And if you haven't seen the original, that is no problem, but go see that one as well. You will not be <more>
disappointed. I hope the creators return with a third installment.
Highly enjoyable and entertaining sequel (by kannibalcorpsegrinder)
Stopping at a remote desert-side motel, a group of thieves and their local hostages find that all of their potential escape attempts are blocked by a supernatural creature that is merciless in killing them all, forcing them to find a way of stopping it so they can get away.On the whole, this one wasn't that much better than the first one, but that was a very rare event and it wasn't all that often. Among the few good ideas present here is the fact that there's some really enjoyable and entertaining action to be had here with this one, as once again the film's central <more>
plot-point where the main killer runs around in an altered dimension picking off the group one-by-one following a devastating accident gives this the foundation needed for a sterling series of suspense encounters. These come about here as the opening attack on the killers' hideout and capture in the bloodied body- filled shack is highly enjoyable, the first scenes out in the desert where they come across the killer among the sand-dunes where he comes out of nowhere to attack several people in quite grisly fashion, the traps at the end where he goes out to the different sections of the facility where it chases them around and really brings out some slasher standouts quite nicely as these elements really provide this with not only some rather strong and brutal kills but also quite a few graphic mutilations that come about due to the victim's not entirely dying off after an encounter which leaves their body mangled. All of these here are based very heavily on that premise of the different deaths being conducted in this universe to account for the person's death in the real world which is the same twist found in the original. That in a sense is the film's biggest flaw, in that it feels so much like the original mainly because it occasionally did something interesting with the group that plays off like a retread of what happened previously of a group getting stranded in the middle of nowhere and then getting picked off by this particular breed of killer resulting in the same twist ending, and it was only because it's a sequel and there's the creature's name in the title did you really know what it was. The other issue here is the relaxed pacing in the first half as this just comes off with a slew of rather bland storyline to drag the pacing out, from the troubled officer family and the troubled thieves to way too much time with their different relationships and nothing at all about what the creature was which all holds the killing down into the second half that comes off as a really off- balance section to the film overall. It does have some problems, but there's way too much about it to really mean anything anyway.Rated R: Graphic Violence and Graphic Language.