The Tripper

2007

The Tripper

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33%

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33%

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A group of stoners at a rock festival is stalked by a serial killer wearing a Ronald Reagan mask in the unrated version of this outrageous horror comedy featuring a cast that includes Courteney Cox and David Arquette, who also co-wrote and directed. Jaime King, Thomas Jane, Jason Mewes, Balthazar Getty.

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  • Mar 18, 2012
    Silly slasher made on a shoe string, should of been much better
    Brendan N Super Reviewer
  • Jul 14, 2009
    Don't expect a great film, or even a good one; rip-offs galore and plenty of nonsense cut-away/scenes. But Ronald Reagen is a huge saving grace for this beermat script. If it weren't for the weird insert of this serial killer I think I would've been pretty saddened at having lost time on it. But as it is those Reagen moments are pretty funny and strange enough to sit and wait for more. If like me you have to watch this on the TV because nothing else is on and so you're stuck with it then why not, don't bother making any effort to see it though and don't blame me if you do, you were warned.
    Cassandra M Super Reviewer
  • Jul 01, 2009
    David Arquette brings us an unscarey horror comedy that is a political satire meets slasher flick. Decent gore, T&A.. & D actually, highlight this hippie, dippie, stoner... Republican? chopfest. Heeeeeere's Ronnie!
    Nicky M Super Reviewer
  • Sep 05, 2008
    A strange, stoner slasher produced and directed by David Arquette (Scream). It's quite a decent modern slasher, quite odd but the back story as to why this guy goes off the rails killing hippies is explained. Less so the high regard Ronald Regan is given. It's funny in places, has a fair bit of gore, I found the tripping hallucinations a tad annoying. There is even a brief cameo from Courtney Cox-Arquette. Overall pretty good compared to many recent slasher offerings.
    Dean K Super Reviewer

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