Jack the Reaper

January 3rd, 2011







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Plot
A group of unsuspecting teens face a railroad reaper in his desert carnival.

Release Year: 2011

Rating: 3.3/10 (168 voted)

Director: Kimberly Seilhamer

Stars: Tony Todd, Sally Kirkland, Douglas Tait

Cast:
Tony Todd - Mr. Steele
Sally Kirkland - Harold's Nana
Douglas Tait - Railroad Jack
David Beeler - Mr. Smith
Chris Bruno - Paramedic Vasquez
Joel Bryant - William
Stacey Carino - Emma
Richardson Chery - Andre
Isabel Cueva - Paramedic Duyenen
Adam David - Bully 1 (as Adam Perez)
Jemal Draco - Tyler
Mark Erikson - Bus Driver
John J. Fischer - Police Officer
Jay Gillespie - Shawn Hickey
Joshua Gold - Fireman 1

Taglines: A group of unsuspecting teens face a railroad reaper in his desert carnival.

Release Date: 3 Jan 2011

Filming Locations: California City Studios, Mojave, California, USA

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Did You Know?

Trivia:
Shot in only 13 days.



User Review

Below average effort

Rating: 4/10

So I just watched this movie. It wasn't particularly great, but I guess the short time Tony Todd is in the movie makes it worth it. Basically these high school kids get stuck on a Saturday morning field trip to make up for a writing assignment that they didn't do. None of them are particularly happy about it, but they don't want to repeat the grade. We're treated to quick introductions as to these "troubled" kids and their plights(Which on the by and by are never really used in the film, or even brought up later). Anyway, the kids end up going to this railroad museum which is where we get a small dose of Tony Todd and his wonderful creepiness, but alas it does not last. After leaving the museum the kid's bus crashes and they are suddenly alone the broken down bus in the middle of nowhere, when they see a carnival. Of course madness follows. The film is pretty predictable, has average to crappy acting, and all the effect budget pretty much goes into one thing(You'll know it when you see it). I have to admit the idea was good, but the lack of budget and poor execution brought the thing as a whole down. If you have nothing else to watch, or just watch pretty much any horror movie that comes out(I'm guilty of this) it may be an all right way to kill some time. Otherwise you may want to skip this one.









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