The Wraith

The Wraith

Packard Walsh and his motorized gang control and terrorize an Arizona desert town where they force drivers to drag-race so they can 'win' their vehicles. After Walsh beats the decent teenager Jamie Hankins to death after finding him with his girlfriend, a mysterious power creates Jake Kesey, an extremely cool motor-biker who has a car which is invincible. Jake befriends Jamie's girlfriend Keri Johnson, takes Jamie's sweet brother Bill under his wing and manages what Sheriff Loomis couldn't; eliminate Packard's criminal gang the hard way...

After a boy is killed at the hands of the drag-racing gang led by Packard Walsh, the mysterious Jake Kesey shows up in town. Jake turns out to be Jamie, the one who got killed, who returns to gain revenge. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Collin c (nl) wrote: this movie is outrageously horrible

Noel B (ca) wrote: I've been watching lots of outdoor redneck horror recently on some sort of masochistic attempt to find THE most generic example of this sub genre. Backwoods is probably the winner and certainly the point where I had to say, "Enough is enough! It's getting beyond a joke!" I feel like I've been watching the same movie over and over again, especially as last night I watched the disappointing and derivative Timber Falls. Backwoods is almost the same movie just far worse. Whereas Timber Falls only had a morsel of character development Backwoods has none whatsover. How can you be expected to care about the fate of characters you haven't even been introduced to? Backwoods also manages to be less scary which also takes some doing. In my review of Timber Falls I said I'd recommend it to horror completists only. I wouldn't recommend Backwoods to anybody. The only reason I'm giving it half a star was because they managed to avoid one cliche: nobody stood in a bear trap. Every other cliche in the book is ticked and counted for.

Mikhael E (fr) wrote: This film has an erotic edge to it that I have not seen very often; very hot

Tania B (es) wrote: The first half of this movie is very ordinary. The second half gets very interesting and unexpected. James Marsden is great as always. All in all, interesting concept.

Tim S (ca) wrote: The unfortunate thing about Ninja III: The Domination, at least to me, is that it doesn't quite live up to how legendary it seems to be. People have talked about this film being gloriously bad for years, and while it does have plenty of unintentional laugh out loud moments, I don't think it quite reached the level of bad I was expecting. The plot is relatively straight-forward and doesn't seem as inept as I had believed it to be. It's just a batty movie, with lots of stuff thrown in from a variety of popular movies: The Exorcist, Poltergeist, etc. It's also a premise for a Lily Tomlin-like comedy film that decides to be weird and unfunny instead of a broad comedy. I have to give it a little respect for that, but I wish it had been a little more over the top too.

Steve S (nl) wrote: ***Due to the recent RT changes that have basically ruined my past reviews, I mostly only giving a rating rather than a full review.***

Stella D (au) wrote: four years before double indemnity, stanwyck and macmurray made this very different film together. the plot may be a little far fetched but sturges' banter is unmistakable. better than the holiday classic christmas in connecticut imo

Treon B (ca) wrote: I want this movie so bad this my movie