No Man's Land: Rise of Reeker is, by and large, a bigger and slightly better retelling of the first film. I did like the inclusion of the origin of Reeker at the beginning of the film, but wish that there would have been a bit more to that. Once the main partion of the story takes off, everything will be familiar to those who have seen the first film, Reeker. Only this time around, things are bigger and better. The writing is sharper, the cast is larger, the acting is better, and the effects and deaths are bigger and better. All things that come along with a bigger budget. So, why am I rating this the same as the first film? Because it pretty much is and goes to show that more money doesn't solve story issues. Aside from a slightly faster pace this time around, there are no surprises or substantial changes to intrigue or throw off returning viewers. You already know how things will end, you're just waiting for it to come around and trying to figure out who will survive. Although, by the time the end comes around, you may not even care about the little tidbit that hints at the continuation of the reeker line. Worth checking out if you didn't mind the first film and don't mind seeing a rehashing of the same thing. Or would rather see a slightly bigger budget version of the first film. You've been warned.