Reeker

Synopsis: Strangers trapped at an eerie travel oasis in the desert must unravel the mystery behind their visions of dying people while they are preyed upon by a decaying creature.
Genre: Horror, Mystery
Director(s): Dave Payne
Production: Afraid Of The Dark
 
IMDB:
5.2
Rotten Tomatoes:
54%
UNRATED
Year:
2005
90 min
Website
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- Swing?

- No.

A sock?

Sports?

Are you sure?

Yes, I have just seen that

begins with the letter "S".

That's impossible!

I have everything listed.

It is not. Papa `s fart!

That is not fair.

That was 15 minutes ago.

And it must be something that you can see, like ...

For example ...

I see something that starts with the letter ...

"Z"

- The sun?

- Very good.

My turn! My turn!

I see something that starts with the letter "W".

- The desert?

- No.

Stop, Mum!

Stop!

Where are the wipers?

At your left hand!

What the hell ...?

Has anyone seen anything?

Fortunately, it is a rental car.

Bick!

Bick!

Bick, come here, man.

Where are you, dude?

- Get in the car.

- Why?

Because I said so.

Bick?

Honey?

Oh, my God!

Mama, Mama, Mom ...

I see it.

We get help for Bick!

Come on, dude!

Translation:
PvdB 2006

From my own kitchen ...

pure ...

composed with MGMA.

I feel obliged to your users

these drugs that they might ...

confusion, disorientation, blurred images

and hallucinations can get.

Be warned.

How do I know that these are real?

That is proof enough for me.

Stay here!

So ...

going to "Arial 52"?

Yes, we have come a bit late.

Note the movement!

- So, we ...

- We are awaiting one.

- Is this the right group?

- You must have Trip.

The only real!

Nelsen how are you?

- This cookie is Jack ...

- And Gratchen.

Cookie, Jack, Gratchen.

Cookie, Jack, Gratchen ... Gotcha.

Please, hands and feet within

keep the vehicle.

Sanitary stops according insight

the driver made.

And if someone asks whether we are already in place,

on such a crazy fun show ...

He runs the rest of the trip.

Are we there yet?

Have you ever been in "Arial 52" been?

- I am last year.

- And?

It is by far the best festival in the desert.

I have made recordings.

You would have to see them.

- And you, Grchen?

- I have my friend know.

I've heard that too

mad university teacher.

- How do you know Gratchen?

- She is one of my discussion leaders.

And how about you, Trip?

There are there of those girls that their bodies

with berries and painting around topless.

You would die if you saw it, dude.

Tits sky.

- Make me ridiculous.

- Why?

I can not see.

Really?

I am blind.

That is a good one.

Do you exercise at home?

What happened?

A mess tick ... when I was 6.

After my accident they stopped

with that tag.

What, were you?

You know, that plastic was not fun anymore.

They were worthless.

Well, you can thank my brother there.

- Excuse me.

- No ...

Really?

Can someone nominate me men?

Of course, this way.

About our journey ...

we are in situations that ...

Jack can take care of.

This guy is good.

- Asshole.

- I was not.

Is he really ...?

I think I can make.

Listen to this.

That you do not?

Yes, I did.

Let me never in a

room with someone or something.

That guy is crazy.

He lost his medical license

sleeping with a ... body.

Oh yes, that is.

And he was the one who murdered her.

This legend is too much for just one person.

Who was that?

And what he does not know can

me no harm.

Maybe I'm crazy but I am not an idiot.

I tell you one word ...

- Webcam.

- I do not know what you are talking about.

Shut up, you enormous mountain of shit.

You took my pills.

Threw them in your blue bag ...

and rode away with your friends.

Now I'll be back, I miss them very much!

"Arial 52" in Kilton about 2 hours.

If you are not you dead.

And, dude, but after question.

I am always after my promises.

Who was that?

Wrong number.

How did you get that nickname?

The guys at my house were my Trip

call because I always was.

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