Darkwalker centers around a haunted house amusement park near Fresno, Californa called Hobb's Grove (yes, it's a real place), where a group of teenagers get Halloween jobs working there. ...
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Darkwalker centers around a haunted house amusement park near Fresno, Californa called Hobb's Grove (yes, it's a real place), where a group of teenagers get Halloween jobs working there. What they don't know is the land the attraction was built on has a bloody history. They soon realize they are in for more than just a Halloween job, when one by one they start dying off. soon they find a monsterous creature called, DARK WALKER, has risen to take vengence on the trespassing patrons. Written by
The video surveillance equipment in the background of the office scene is the real working equipment used at Hobbs Grove. It is manufactured by Pelco, which has its world headquarters in Clovis, CA, a few miles away from Sanger, CA. See more »
People think because I'm black, I like fried chicken... but I like it baked. I like baked chicken!
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First of all I would like to praise the production value of the film. Sure it was shot on video, but it looked far superior to a lot of SOV movies I have seen in the past. The creature looked good, and most of the killings(although they were off screen, or used a blood spray)looked good. I think the characters were a little too cliché, but hey this is not Schindler's List, this is a b-movie. I'm not sure what the budget of this film was, but I'm sure it was like twenty bucks, I think they did a pretty damn good job with it. The soundtrack was good, as well as the sound effects. The DVD was not overloaded, but I liked the behind the scenes reel, and the out takes. This is for sure worth a rent.
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