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 »
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I purchased the DVD from the $1.99 bin at my local video store. I certainly wasn't expecting much, but for $1.99 who cares... I was surprised by the cinematography quality of the film right off the bat, as I've seen much worse from bigger budgets. Director Danny Draven seems to have an eye for details, although the story lacks any real originality. I found the DVD packaged well, with plenty of bonus options and behind the scenes footage. The acting was harsh, but given the script that they had to work with, they did the best they could. I watched it with my daughter, we both had fun and laughed a lot. I'd like to see what Draven could do with a real screenplay, until then, just relax and have fun with it.
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