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  • Actors: Devon Gummersall, Derek Richardson, Tina Illman, Scott Whyte, Arielle Kebbel
  • Directors: Dave Payne
  • Writers: Dave Payne
  • Producers: Dave Payne, Amanda Klein, Ben Zarai, Daniel Barone, David Kitchens
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo), English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Showtime Ent.
  • DVD Release Date: September 25, 2007
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000GH3CMA
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #77,879 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Reeker" on IMDb

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When a lonely highway is inexplicably closed, five students sharing a ride to a party find themselves trapped at a deserted travel oasis. Refusing to let the new circumstances interfere with their fun, they settle in, only to be interrupted by odd, haunting visions of severely mutilated travelers – victims of a killer – a killer trailing a dark force of decay and rot. Led by a blind grad student with heightened senses, they must survive the night and confront what appears to be a terrifying abyss between the living and the dead. As the body count rises, the bizarre mystery deepens. Those strong enough to survive are left to answer the burning question: What the hell is the Reeker?

Customer Reviews

When first watching this, I thought cult classic for sure but not really.
Jennifer M. Hensley
The Reeker looked good and the acting and story went pretty well expect for the ending but it doesnt take anything away.
A. Pierre
The begining and the end of the movie are both very good as well as the main part of the movie.
marky77

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Tim Janson HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 9, 2007
Format: DVD
Stop me if you've heard this one before...a group of college kids are out on a road trip, traveling down a stretch of desert highway when their car breaks down and strands them. They then find themselves hunted down by a maniacal killer. Sounds like the plot of about hundred horror films except Reeker takes this tired plot and twists it into something surprisingly fresh and original. First, the leader of the group is a strong female lead, Gretchen (Tina Illman). Second, there are no gratuitous sex scenes or nudity in Reeker. The female characters Gretchen and Cookie are attractive but their not your typical horror movie dumb blondes. Even the male roles are nonconforming...the men aren't brawny jocks but regular guys who are just as terrified as the women are. One of them, Jack (Devon Gummersall) is even blind and has to rely on Gretchen to lead him about.

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!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By C. Lockwood on October 21, 2008
Format: DVD
Reeker is in my list of good horror. It's not genius by any means, yes the idea has already been done. But as horror fans know great ideas get done over and over again until they become annoying or just plain stupid. There is never a dull moment whether it was the humor, the tension, good gore scenes, or the character developement. We have five teenagers that are all very different, A blind guy, a skater, a goody too shoes girl, a druggy, and a girl that likes to have fun. They are all interesting characters that can be quite funny. The druggy scream has to be one of the funniest things I have ever seen or the fact that he doesn't believe the blind guy is blind for a long time, so he sends him into the ladies bathroom. I honestly think as a horror fan you have to have a very open mind. Otherwise you miss out on 90% of horror. Not all films can be as perfect as The Exorcist.

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.
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Daniel S. on April 18, 2007
Format: DVD
REEKER is a movie written and directed by Dave Payne who was responsible for, among others, Alien Terminator in 1996 and Just Can't Get Enough: The True Story of the Chippendales' Murders in 2001. The plot of this horror film is far from being original : five students, stranded in the Californian desert, are attacked by an unknown entity and must fight it to survive.

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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8 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Wux Iapan on July 24, 2006
Format: DVD
I'm not the biggest fan of the teenie slasher genre. But I like the idea every now and then to just send a bunch of teenies somewhere dangerous just to see what happens and where the danger comes from. When I began watching reeker I had absolutly no idea what to expect, which is - especially with horror movies - always the better starting point.

Reeker begins like any other teenie horror movie: the introduction shows us something evil going on somewhere (think the dog in cabin fever, the workers in creep etc.), then the title and then the teenies appear, hot for a trip to "somewhere". It's the same thing here, but I definetly prefer this movie in comparison to many other, modern teenie horror films. For one: this one is scary for sure, and that also on a psychological level because the actors are good, making you really care for the characters they play. (especially the disco-retro-guy was great, even in the making-of: "Anyway he dies on page 67."). Two: it's a gory, but not all too brutal film. A miracle to me how reeker got m-rated, but creep didn't (creep is four times more brutal). I think it's more important to make a death scary instead of just brutal. Three: there's a story here, folks. Wouldn't call it SO INTELLIGENT, but it's got more to it than just teenies being chased. The conclusion is pretty cool, especially when you begin thinking about the details and how they made it all fit together, even they way people die. Still, there's some unexplained stuff here, which is good. You can see a connection between all things and draw some sort of explanation out of this.

Unpredictable, fun, scary, and sometimes a bit dumb, when you imagine that they sometimes see strange things they logically should warn their friends of but don't even mention a word about it.
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