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Rest Stop - Don't Look Back [Blu-ray]
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We're treated to a replay of the "Driver's" origin. He was just a bumpkin picked up by a family of religious zealots (nuts actually) in their RV. He's killed but is resurrected as a silent spirit, haunting the highways around the rest stop for victims to torture and kill. It isn't long before the trio of friends is on his trail, tipped off by the creepy owner of a gas station (Steve Railsback). Jared is attacked while inside a port-a-potty as it is run into by the truck, spilling its disgusting contents all over him. Tom is then kidnapped by the Driver and taken to a torture chamber outfitted in an old school bus. With help from Nicole's ghost, Jared and Marilyn will try to find Tom and figure out a way to destroy the Driver once and for all.
Better than the original but still not a good film, Rest Stop: Don't Look Back is filled with inconsistencies. The Driver seems to have that annoying ability to appear and disappear at will which he uses to cheat his victims just when you think they've escaped and yet he seemingly leaves him self vulnerable.Read more ›
I just finished watching my purchased copy of "Rest Stop: Don't Look Back" on Blu-Ray, and that's the last Warner disc I'll ever pre-order to buy.
The regular DVD of this title is chock full of extras (deleted scenes, alternate ending, commentary track, trailers), but there is nothing but the movie on the more expensive Blu-Ray. No extras at all - nada - not even the trailer! What a rip-off!
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Following the disappearance of the morons from the first movies, Tom (Tillman) is home on leave from the Army and looking for his missing brother. Immediately I knew he was an idiot because he had on PFC rank but called himself a corporal. Along for the ride is his alcoholic girlfriend Marilyn (Ward) - who probably would have acted better if actually drunk - and a complete train-wreck of a best friend named Jared (Norris). Animosity between the two sidekicks leads to this being a two car journey from Texas to California, and the dork is driving a beater that smokes more than a Memphis rib joint. First stupid decision of many.
Upon arrival in California, the ginger best friend gets isolated in a port-a-potty because of his IBS, and it gets tipped over by the killer from the first movie. Awash in symbolism, that kid is. Something about this movie and its locations reminds me of bowel movements. Regardless, the killer is a flannel shirt wearing hillbilly that is slightly less scary than the Brawny man. Maybe the Scrawny Brawny Man? At least he had ample supplies to clean up all the blood after he did some handy work with a drill. Do I smell a marketing opportunity here? Anyway, this dude is terrorizing innocents at this rest stop and torturing them in a refurbished school bus because a family of circus freaks and religious fanatics in a Winnebago (because that hasn't been done before) had a bloody run-in with him a few years back. Because that makes sense.Read more ›
We start out with Tom, the older brother of Jess Hilts (from the first movie) getting back from War in Iraq. He is determined to find out the fate of his younger brother Jess, as the Police have not been able to find out any answers for a year now. So Tom and his girlfriend Marilyn (insert a drunk sorority girl) plus an overly nerdy friend Jared set off to solve the mystery. Acting was sub-par. In the first movie, I could feel the fear as the characters were being stalked. This movie, the characters are way too brave. Almost no hesitation throughout the movie. Probably to push the story along faster.
It takes them almost no time at all to run into "The Driver." Now, the reason I wanted to watch this movie was to get some background on "The Driver" and "Winnebego Family." The background story is delivered, and I must say that I was not impressed with the mythology. However I will not spoil it for those who have not seen it. Lets just say that it all gets pawned off to Indian legends. Seems like they got a little lazy to me. I was really hoping for an interesting story line about these supernatural phenomena.
Once the group get to the titular Rest Stop, everything pretty well happens the way the first movie went. Add a lot more ghost sightings and tougher characters for the most part. I would say that this movie could have been a lot better. However, due to the low budget, I would like to give it the benefit of the doubt.Read more ›
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More bloodier and gorier than the original, Rest Stop Don't Look Back is a sequel to die for. Jesse's brother kinda looks like Chris Hemsworth when I first saw him. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jamie Moore
Call me slow but the ending confused me & spoiler alert but its not over yet as usual.The first one was better.This one was okay.Published 6 months ago by Ariana
The original Rest Stop was a pretty decent horror flick, though, as is too often the case, it was followed by an all-too-predictably disappointing sequel. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Dr. Tom's Reviews
It doesn't have Jaimie Alexander in it, but it does have a less good actress playing her ghost. Read more