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Reeker's Back!!

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After the success of the After dark Horrorfest in it’s third installment, I noticed that Ghosthouse put out a series of films together; maybe they’re attempt to give films a DVD debut with a big company and cash in like lionsgate has been on this great genre. Looking in the horror section of a blockbuster video by me which is closing down and selling all they have, I saw this film and thought for it’s price; why the hell would I not take a movie home to keep for the price of a rental? This is one of many films on the Ghosthouse Underground series that I picked up, but the first I watched. Had no idea this was a seaquel and or a remake, but i will be watching the first installment this week for sure. Taking place in a desert where all are afraid of the Death Valley Drifter, but not for long for he is about to be caught. After his death, the man who caused murder and fear to dozens of people while alive now is truly a force to be reckoned with while dead. Years later, the killer makes a comeback in the same town, right on the day of his arresting officer’s last shift before retirement. With the same murderous instinct and armed with not only powers he didn’t have while alive, but a grisly new look as well. Almost what I would expect if there was ever a movie about Dr. Satan, the most underrated character from Rob Zombie’s House of 1000 Corpses. He explained that even when he dies, that means his work on this earth is done and another will be born to commit without remorse. What a sick fucking movie, not only with an original plot but with a scare or two and some really good gore and explosion scenes too. After the shootout between robbery suspects and the police, a warning from a Native American regarding the presence of an evil in which no one can escape from was something taken very lightly by the retiring sheriff; but after seeing an invisible wall as well as people who should be dead after injuries but aren’t, the only solution that makes sense is that of the Reeker. This film was a great start to all the Ghosthouse movies I got, let’s hope they’re all this good!!

Added by pamela voorhees
8 years ago on 3 January 2010 22:06

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