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When a group of ghost hunters investigate the infamous Jericho Manor, they soon realise it's not just ghosts that go bump in the night! As people get murdered, the survivors need to discover who or what's killing them before it's too late.
Tracker is an adventure thriller centered on the growing hobby called geocaching (following GPS coordinates to find hidden items), that takes the characters on a complex hunt as they race against time to save the life of a loved one.
Dallas, Andrew, his girlfriend Taryn and Reese compose of the DNA Team in an Internet game where the objective is to find treasures in hidden caches. While searching the last treasure to beat the game's record score, they are chased by two psychopaths controlled by the sick owner of an underground site that is filming their movements and they have to fight to survive. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Attempting to find a special cache for a scavenger-hunt game, a group of friends stumble upon the sinister truth about the targeted cache being owned by a sinister madman who tortures and films his victims, forcing them to fight back to survive.
This was a marginally better effort than the original, but with that one being so bad it's not a great sign for this one. The main factor in this one is the incredibly lame and pretty stupid exploits of the controller's game, which makes no sense at all as to how it got so far along without being stumbled onto since it's a fairly complex system for such an innocent-looking game, the characters' utter stupidity in the situation leading them further and deeper into trouble for no reason other than to continue the movie, and a twist in the last half that comes from nowhere and makes so little sense that there's no reason for it's inclusion. As well, the fact that nothing is ever given about what's going on with the different participants within, why they're there or what the overall purpose of the game is supposed to be as there's hardly anything given about the purpose of it all. While those issues, along with it's obvious low-budget look and feel that shows itself at the worst times, provide the film's flaws there's some fun to be had in here regardless. The stalking in the building are pretty tense at times, the killers have a great look about them in their masks and though cheap, it's plenty bloody. Still, this one has a lot of problems for it.
Rated R: Graphic Language, Graphic Violence and Nudity.
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