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2 January 2009 (Turkey) See more »
A sheriff and his son chase casino robbers, only to find the all of them are being chased by something else. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Michael Muhney ... Deputy Harris McAllister
Stephen Martines ... Alex

Desmond Askew ... Binky

Mircea Monroe ... Maya

Valerie Cruz ... Allison

Michael Robert Brandon ... The Salesman

Lew Temple ... Hitchhiker

Shelly Desai ... Ravi

Wilmer Calderon ... Carlos / Bleeding Man

Gil Birmingham ... Eaglesmith

Ron Roggé ... Nick

Robert Pine ... Sheriff McAllister

David Stanbra ... Young McAllister

Lyne Odums ... Psychiatrist (as Baadja-Lyne)
Lawrence Thomas ... Priest

Ralph Richeson ... Local

Ben Gunther ... Reeker

Katie Lowes ... Hospital Intern
Chavohn Nakia ... Orderly

Christopher Boyer ... Officer Mansfield

Alejandro Patiño ... Medic (as Alejandro Patino)
Dan Wade ... Coroner

David Goldman ... Father

Colton Shires ... Boy
Tara Fischer ... Babysitter

Directed by
Dave Payne 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Dave Payne  writer

Produced by
Ronnie Apteker .... executive producer
Don Dunn .... line producer
Don Dunn .... producer
Tina Illman .... producer
Amy Jarvela .... line producer: additional photography
Dave Payne .... producer
Original Music by
Dave Payne 
Cinematography by
Mike Mickens 
Film Editing by
Daniel Barone 
Casting by
Jamie Sparer Roberts 
Production Design by
Anton Tremblay  (as Anthony Tremblay)
Art Direction by
Elizabeth Cummings 
Costume Design by
Charlotte Kruse 
Makeup Department
Alexia Culton .... assistant hair stylist
Alexia Culton .... assistant makeup artist
Kassandra Karr .... second hair stylist
Kassandra Karr .... second makeup artist
Adrienne Lynn .... hair stylist: additional photography
Adrienne Lynn .... key makeup artist: additional photography
Arianne Meade .... key hair stylist
Arianne Meade .... key makeup artist
Production Management
Don Dunn .... unit production manager
Amy Jarvela .... unit production manager: additional photography
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Josh Garrell .... second assistant director
Jim Whitworth .... first assistant director
Art Department
Frank Dietz .... assistant production designer
Carrie Hargett .... property master
Jacob Howard .... construction coordinator
Massoud 'Ollie' Monsef .... storyboard artist
Sound Department
Melissa Bylsma .... sound coordinator
Trevor Dowswell .... sound coordinator
Justin Gray .... sound mixer
Sean Gray .... sound designer
Sean Gray .... sound effects editor
Jeff Gross .... foley artist
Jeff Gross .... foley mixer
Amanda Jacques .... boom operator
Mike Pipgras .... foley editor
Ken Skoglund .... sound designer
Ken Skoglund .... sound effects editor
Special Effects by
Graham Denman .... special effects
Ron Karkoska .... special effects coordinator
Patricia Villalobos .... special effects crew
Visual Effects by
Massoud 'Ollie' Monsef .... lead matchmove artist
Massoud 'Ollie' Monsef .... particle effects animator
Massoud 'Ollie' Monsef .... tracking artist
Charles Roxburgh .... digital compositor
William De Vital .... stunts (as William Devital)
Kim Robert Koscki .... stunt coordinator (as Kim Koski)
Deborah L. Mazor .... stunt double: Mircea Monroe (as Debbie Mazor)
Tommy Primeau .... stunts
Marc Schaffer .... stunt double
Camera and Electrical Department
Michael S. Beckman .... lighting technician
Peter Bonilla .... camera operator
Graham Bremner .... best boy electric: additional photography
Scott Toler Collins .... lighting technician
Jim Davis .... electrician
Jose Elias Felix .... best boy electric
Brandon Flohr .... electrician
Alicia Garcia .... assistant camera
James Gregson .... film loader
Conrad Hunziker III .... camera operator: "b" camera
J. Lamar King .... electrician
Kyle T. MacDowell .... key dolly grip
Donovan Milcoch .... assistant camera
Kevin Morris .... electrician
Howard Newstate .... gaffer: additional photography
Cricket Peters .... gaffer
Matthew Thiemann .... electrician
Transportation Department
Richard 'Bongo' Mitchell .... transportation coordinator
Other crew
Myriam Ghattas .... production coordinator
Kelly Kelley .... script supervisor
Arianne Meade .... product placement
Teresa Nance .... key craft service
Scotty Pierce .... production coordinator: additional photography
David Pollison .... acquisition consultant for Ghost House Underground
Daniel R. Suhart .... production coordinator
Niraj Trivedi .... production assistant
Jason Woodruff .... production assistant

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Rated R for strong bloody violence/gore, and language
88 min
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Sheriff Reed is shown wearing corporal chevrons on the sleeves of his uniform. A sheriff would not wear corporal stripes.See more »
Movie Connections:
Follows Reeker (2005)See more »
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4 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
Smells like a pretty decent sequel!, 5 November 2009
Author: Coventry from the Draconian Swamp of Unholy Souls

I have fond memories of watching the original "Reeker" back in 2005. It was at the Belgian Festival of Fantastic Films and practically the entire theater went wild with enjoyment. Surely the premise was derivative and the wholesome was overall forgettable, but at least it was a totally unpretentious new horror film with neat gore effects, fresh acting performances and a really cool killer character (a smelly grim reaper like serial killer). Nothing more, nothing less. The release of sequel within a couple of years was inevitable, but let it be understood that it wasn't unwelcome at all. In a fair period of three years, writer/director Dave Payne came up with a follow-up that is at least equally entertaining, exciting and fast-paced as the first. Obviously the surprise element has vanished – although even the original wasn't *that* surprising – but Payne inventively compensates this through adding a background to the killer, even more black humor and barbaric gross-out effects. The main difference with "Reeker" is that the characters become conscious of the situation they're in relatively quick and actually attempt to make it out of there. Whether some of them succeed or not is what keeps the film reasonably suspenseful. "No Man's Land" opens bizarrely, in the year 1978, with the arrest and execution of a serial killer known as the Death Valley Drifter. He doesn't even bother to resist because the voices in his sick head keep telling him that his work on earth is done and a much bigger errand awaits him. Jumping forward to present time in the same desert, where a retiring Sheriff and his estranged deputy son literally bump into a couple of fugitive casino robbers. Subsequent to some gunfire and a car explosion, the posse find themselves isolated and abandoned in the desert, with a heavily stinking and vigorous "shape" chasing them. In this type of films, when you already know from beforehand what the major twist will be, it's still a lot of fun to pay close attention and fit all pieces of the puzzle together yourself. The script of "Rise of the Reeker" leaves plentiful of clues for alert viewers, but offers even more exhilaration and bloodshed for undemanding horror fanatics. Good performances, particularly from Michael Robert Brandon and the beautiful Valerie Cruz, surefooted direction and a marvelously depressing setting as well. Overall a much recommended film to fans of the genre.

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