No Man's Land: The Rise of Reeker


Horror / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 95%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 21%
IMDb Rating 4.8 10 3327

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March 21, 2022 at 04:14 AM



Katie Lowes as Hospital Intern
Gil Birmingham as Eaglesmith
Robert Pine as Sheriff McAllister
808.12 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 27 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Leofwine_draca 3 / 10

Rubbishy sequel, stick with the original

I remember liking the original REEKER - a derivative B-movie but one with bite - so I thought I'd give this undistinguished sequel a chance. I wish I hadn't. The talent behind the first film has disappeared so what we get in its place is a dull and predictable B-picture with little to recommend it. Things kick off with a mini-prequel explaining the Reeker's origins - a particularly pointless bit of screen time, I have to say - before moving into the usual forgettable territory. It's cop versus robbers, except the two sides have to work together when the Reeker himself shows up, looking for blood.

This is the kind of film that lazily throws in stock CGI explosions and some mild gore here and there in a bid to retain the audience's attention. Efforts are in vain, because the writing is so below par and the acting noticeably bad; no actors stand out from the crowd here, all are equally poor. The CGI effects seem worse than the ones in the original and never for the moment is there any real suspense or excitement. It's just below par all the way.

Reviewed by claudio_carvalho 4 / 10

A Messy and Unoriginal Remake

In 1978, Sheriff Reed (David Stanbra) captures the deranged serial killer known as The Death Valley Drifter (Michael Robert Brandon) in the desert and the criminal is sentenced to death. On the present days, Sheriff Reed (Robert Pine) is near the retirement and will be replaced by his son; while they are having a meal in a diner in a rest stop in the middle of the desert, a runaway car with three thieves of a casino stops in the spot for refueling. One of the robbers is the former boyfriend of the waitress Maya (Mircea Monroe) and another criminal is wounded in the backseat. There is a shootout among the thieves and the sheriffs and their car explodes. However, the body of the wounded criminal vanishes and the survivors discover that they are stranded in the place; further they are stalked and chased by a fiend with stench known as The Reeker.

"Reeker" is a good low budget horror movie that in some moments recall "Identity" and "Jacob's Ladder" and with a great surprising conclusion. Unfortunately this supposed sequel in nothing more than a messy and unoriginal remake, using the same storyline in a different situation associated to a confused and boring screenplay; better off watching the original good movie again. My vote is four.

Title (Brazil): "Pânico no Deserto 2" ("Panic in the Desert 2")

Reviewed by jboothmillard 5 / 10

Reeker 2: No Man's Land - The Rise of Reeker

The first film was your good usual twist and turn psycho killer horror thriller, and this straight to DVD sequel is just as good, if not a tiny bit better. The film opens with the origins of how the Reeker came to be, there used to be a man, or the Salesman (Michael Robert Brandon) in the 1970s known as the Death Valley Drifter, and there is a part when he gets caught and chops his own hand off. He was caught by Sheriff McAllister (David Stanbra) in his shack filled with heads, limbs and body parts (kind of like Leatherface or the real life Ed Gein), and he was put to death in the gas chamber, but his spirit managed to get out. Then it moves to present day, where Sheriff McAllister (Robert Pine) will be retiring and having his son Deputy Harris McAllister (Michael Muhney) replace him. Then three thieves show up, one is dying but Binky (Desmond Askew) is looking forward to getting his hands on the money they stole from a casino, and Alex (Stephen Martines) wants to see his ex-girlfriend, waitress Maya (Mircea Monroe). Soon they realise that they are in danger from a mysterious ripply serial killer with a hook for a hand wearing a gas mask, the Reeker, a ghost working for Death. Each victim is warned almost by a horrible smell coming from the killer, hence the name Reeker, and when each die you see their pasts flashing before you. It is apparent though that all that did die were meant to, seeing how also they are trapped by an invisible wall, you see the logical way they are killed off in the end, and there is no Reeker at all. Also starring Lyne Odums as Psychiatrist, Valerie Cruz as Allison, Lew Temple as Hitchhiker and Ben Gunther as Reeker. I can't remember there being much humour in the predecessor, but this one has some good moments of humour in amongst the good gore and rough death scenes, and a creepy killer to go with it, not bad at all. Worth watching!

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