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The five get stranded at a roadside diner/motel with not another person in site. The phones are dead and they can get only static on the radios. You start to wonder if this is some sort of an extraterrestrial phenomena. Reeker holds its cards extremely tight! The first hint of a threat is the smell of death that comes in waves of nauseous vapors that end in a character being shredded by a whirling blade. Finally an RV pulls into the diner. Henry (Michael Ironside) is looking for his wife who has been missing since morning. Henry seems to know more than he is letting on, however and the rest of the group are happy to let him stay locked in his RV. Reeker is a film that leads you in one direction, making you think you know exactly what is going on, and then pulls the rug out from under you and says, "Got Ya!Read more ›
We start out with a family driving down the highway with the mom and son playing I spy. When the son states he spies something with a D, they slam into a deer in the road. After getting control of the vehicle they pull over to see the damages that occured. When the dog disappears the father goes to look for him. After a few seconds the dog comes back as only half a dog, the bottom half no longer attached. A moment of looking at the dog the mother goes to get up when her husband is standing in front of her with only half a face. The scene is ended with the father getting dragged away. After the family getting decimated we have five teenagers that are on their way to a party. They stop at a resturant to grab some food, then start off on their adventure . When the druggy states that he has enough pills on him to get a hundred people screwed up the girl driving drives him back to the resturant to find another way home.Read more ›
The good news is that REEKER is not boring at all for several reasons. Firstly, we become soon eager to discover the identity of the bad guy as David Payne disseminates conflicting clues along the road such as the presence in the neighborhood of a drug dealer who's threatened earlier one of the passengers, the eventuality of the presence of a serial killer in the vicinity or the possibility of an hypothetical biochemical disaster. Another strange clue introduced to the confused audience is the alteration or the distortion of the space-time continuum when a murder is about to be committed.
The movie's direction is professional, the actors pretty good for this kind of production, and the special effects don't interfere too much with the action. Those of you who liked REEKER's final twist should see Marc Forster's Stay that handles some of the themes presented here by David Payne.
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Reeker is no ordinary slasher film. Because of scenes including the infamous toilet scene, you will be impressed by this gore-tastic gem. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jamie Moore
Should have been really good, made it through a lot of cheese before the really cool entity became really, really power rangers bad guy. What the heck were they thinking?Published 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
Love this movie! Total mindfuck. I only wish the sex scene was longer.Published 11 months ago by Britten Oliver
A country highway is closed while a group of young people are near and they find themselves stuck in the area and take refuge in a deserted building. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Mark J. House
Really good deserted scary movie!!! Led by a blind student & that was different to say the least. But i love this movie because of the eerie motel & diner off a lonely deserted... Read morePublished 16 months ago by #21
Bought this movie cause it sounded like a slasher movie..I don't know how to describe it. Read reviews before I bought it, and I don't understand why there are such high ratings. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Philip
Since this is the first one and No Man's Land is the second... I must say - they are both fantastic.Published 21 months ago by Leslie Lewis