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After battling with the Tall Man in PHANTASM: OBLIVION, a battered Reggie wanders through the desert in search of his missing friend, Mike. After recovering his 1971 Hemi Cuda, Reggie is targeted by two of the Tall Man s Sentinel Spheres and destroys them. He awakens suddenly to find himself sitting in a wheelchair pushed by none other than the elusive Mike! Although overjoyed by their reunion, Reggie is in this alternate dimension an aged and weary old patient in a psychiatric ward. And only he remembers their battled and bloodied past with the Tall Man.
Reggie must travel between dimensions and discern what is reality in order to confront the mysteries at the heart of a decades-long struggle against evil. He is met with new and familiar faces along the way, and an epic showdown on the Tall Man s home world awaits!
PHANTASM: RAVAGER is the fifth installment of Don Coscarelli s cult classic, the Phantasm series. Multiple Emmy-nominated animation director David Hartman (TRANSFORMERS PRIME, MY FRIEND S TIGGER AND POOH, ROUGHNECKS: STARSHIP TROOPERS) is the first new director in the franchise s history. The entire original cast returns, including Reggie Bannister a veteran of all five films A. Michael Baldwin, Bill Thornbury, and Kat Lester. Angus Scrimm takes up his iconic role as the terrifying Tall Man for the fifth and final time.
Audio Commentary with Director David Hartman and Writer / Producer Don Coscarelli
Behind the Scenes
Phuntasm: Bloopers and Outtakes
Subtitles: English SDH
" RAVAGER is just energetic and crazy enough to put a smile on your face and keep it there" --Arrow in the Head (Joblo Network)See all Editorial Reviews
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Reggie says, I don't know what is real anymore. The Tall Man shows us thousands more just like him. We shift back in time, flashbacks, Reggie in a home suffering from early dementia. We are in the present or are we? This movie is all over the place. Is it confusing?? You bet it is, but weren't all of the phantasm films leaving you trying to figure out what is going on here! I remember the first Phantasm film, it made no sense but I loved it.
If you are a fan of the flying silver spheres and the Tall Man you will come along for the ride. There are a lot of 1 star reviews for this film and I do not understand why. This is not a huge budget Hollywood blockbuster this is Phantasm Ravager. All of the same ingredients are here from the previous Phantasm films. If you are a Phan then come on down for one last BOYYYYYYY!!!!!
The story, for this installment, wasn't spectacular but it was, mostly, okay. F/X varied. AT times they matched the best "Phantasm" F/X and sometimes they were a little less. The filming- for the most part- was top of the line. High quality film, very good cinematography, great camera work, with excellent lighting. Acting was, generally, very good. I'd say that for the script it was pretty decent. The directing was well done.
"Phantasm: Ravager"- for those of us that love "Phantasm"- gave us another hit for our 'fix'. The original is the only film I've ever seen four times in two days. And after four viewings I still loved it. "Phantasm: Ravager" is the only DVD that I've ever bought before it came out, and though not as good as the original, I'm very happy with it.
It is so weird to see how old Reggie, Mike, and Jody got. They seem to have aged more then we who saw the original.