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  • Actors: Devon Gummersall, Derek Richardson, Tina Illman, Scott Whyte, Arielle Kebbel
  • Directors: Dave Payne
  • Producers: Tina Illman, Dave Payne, Amanda Klein
  • Format: PAL
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Twentieth Century Fox
  • DVD Release Date: 13 Nov. 2006
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000HN31JM
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 14,147 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

Reviews

Horror about five students sharing a ride to a party in the desert who find themselves trapped at a recently 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 travellers. The gruesome sightings may explain the sudden abandonment of the motel and diner, but the appearance of a retiree with a missing wife confirms their worst fears. He too has seen the dying people - victims of a killer that has likely taken his wife.

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3.1 out of 5 stars

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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Blue hunter VINE VOICE on 28 May 2007
Format: DVD
I watch this recently and afterwards thought that it was'nt too bad.Usual story of some people stuck in the middle of nowhere and a thing chasing them around.In this case the thing is quite undescribable as i could'nt really work out what it was but anyway the story unravels towards the end and believe me i did'nt see it coming.I would say a good film all the way through and a great finale.Recommended to horror fans and anyone who is willing to give the film a try.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Spike Owen TOP 500 REVIEWER on 30 Jan. 2011
Format: DVD
Reeker is written & directed by David Payne and stars Devon Gummersall, Arielle Kebbel, Derek Richardson, Scott Whyte, Eric Mabius & Michael Ironside. Plot sees a group of young adventures set out for a party at Area 51, only to find themselves forced to spend the night at some apparently empty town in the desert. Sure enough it turns out to be some kind of evil place where something is stalking them accompanied by the smell of decaying death.

Once you have seen one "youths getting killed off one by one" movie you have seen them all, right? Well not exactly, on occasions the odd movie pops out that is inventive and brings something new to the horror table. Reeker has ideas to be something different within the confines of the safe formula but ultimately runs out of steam for its last quarter. The desert setting is one that is well used both in horror and science fiction, but Reeker keeps things interesting courtesy of the unique creature of the title. Cleverly hidden from us for most of the film, the titular stalker signals its arrival by literally stinking the place up. As it goes about its merry kill fest, with an array of bizarre instruments of death, we only get little snatches of what it actually is, cloaked in a sort of shimmering heat haze. Even once the creature is revealed to us it's not a let down, a gruesome thing that moves in juddering off kilter movements. But then sadly the last quarter and its pay off leaves much to be desired.

It here that not only has the film lost all freshness and daring, but also that one cant help feeling a touch cheated. Entering a film of this type its kind of a given that most the characters will be annoying and either do or say stupid things. With of course one of them proving to be spunky and resourceful.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By M. T. Weston on 7 Mar. 2007
Format: DVD
I am a massive horror fan, always have been. I like to see original plots and ideas sadly there are not a lot of these about nowadays. If a decent formula is found they get repeated by making continuous sequels e.g. Nightmare on Elm Street, Halloween and more recently Saw. All are original and classic movies. On the flip side we have remakes mostly from Japanese films, The Grudge, Ring etc. mostly decent movies. Reeker falls into the later group, a remake. Unfortunately not a very good one. Whether or not the writer/ director realised it or not he has actually made a remake of a very good little known horror film from 2003 called Dead End. Same premise, similar plot, same twist at the end. It is also a much better film. More tension, more mystery, better actors and better humour. Buy this instead
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By THE MOVIE GUY on 2 Aug. 2013
Format: DVD
This is a Showtime movie. 5 young adults, one of which is blind (Devon Gummersall, a victim of lawn darts), travel to a remote place in the desert called "Area 52" to party. To the dismay of the driver Gretchen (Tina Illman) Trip (Scott Whyte) has brought along party favors which he has stolen and the dealer wants back. Cookie (Arielle Kebbel) is the perky traveler and Nelson (Derek Richardson) make up the crew.

On their way to the world's biggest rave, their vehicle breaks down at the "Half Way Motel," a twilight zone looking place that appears to have been recently deserted. They have faint radio signals and they believe there has been some sort of disaster and the roads are blocked off. Then they start to see dead people. The problem I had with this film is that it is a common horror movie theme that has been overdone. Outside of that, it was a fairly decent horror film.

F-bomb, no sex, no nudity.
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Reader on 3 Jan. 2007
Format: DVD
We rented this film due to the title. With a name like Reeker what else could a person expect? We weren't proven wrong.

This is a cliched teen 'horror'. A group of teenagers break down in the middle of nowehere and are forced to stay the night in a creepy deserted motel. Sound original? No, didn't think so. But wait it gets better. Each one of them are hunted by a seemingly invisible being intent on destroying them.

The cast are virtual unknowns. I acknoweldge that in itself there is nothing wrong with this...everyone's got to start somewhere. The casting team should have just started somewhere else.

The script is minimal. If you actually sit down and taken into account the amount that's said in this film you'll find it's very little. The film consists of mainly screen shots which are so dark you can't see what's meant to be scaring you.

The nationality of Gretchen seems to be disputed throughout the film. One minute her accent is sort of English, then it's Australian, then it's South African, then someone states that she's Australian, then in another part of the film she seems to have become South African again. Consistency at it's best.

The effects deserve a special mention though. The 'earthquake' near the start is just clearly someone shaking the camera while the cast jiggle about a bit. The Reeker's effects...,well..., we think someone just held a lighter under the camera lense to capture the heat waves. That's about the extent of the special effects.

As for the much rated twist at the end...alright I didn't see it coming, but it's not exactly up there with Saw in the twist stakes.

Please folks unless like us you want to rent a film for comic value only steer well clear. It's a terrible film, with a poor cast, little dialect and very little to keep you on the edge of your seat.
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