Escape The Undertaker is an online film that shows many of the moves that The Undertaker likes to use in matches. It shows his many schemes and uses, including breaking out a diversionary plan during his matches. There were many people that wondered if The Undertaker would get into a match with Roman Reigns sometime in the future, but this has yet to happen. This online series gives fans the scoop on what The Undertaker is up to when he is not wrestling. He also gives some hints on what fans can expect from him in the future.
Escape The Undertaker is directed by Greg Berlanti and starring Shea Coulee, Jacob Lofland, and Michael Mandrell. The crew put together a great movie with a lot of action and suspense. Many of the characters in this movie can be seen from Undertaker's previous appearances such as Shawn Michaels, Randy Orton, and Big Show. Most of the story lines take place during the New Day series, where The Undertaker attacks Triple H, Ric Flair, and Stephanie. In the movie, he escapes from a mental institution after he kills The Champ.
The Undertaker starts his journey to escape by entering the underground facility that houses the dead spirits of his enemies. He then breaks into the grounds and enters through the front gate, fights through a number of guards, and eventually makes his way to the main attraction - his new escape route. While escaping, The Undertaker encounters numerous escaped souls, who try to stop him from leaving the building. While fighting them, he gets trapped inside an interactive movie room, where he battles the evil Dr. Darkken.
As the fight ensues, The Undertaker encounters numerous characters who try to stop him from escaping the building. Eventually he ends up in a recreation room, where he meets his latest enemy, Paul Bearer. After a briefcase he takes out a gun and threatens to kill Bearer unless he gives him access to the Undertaker's location. Paul bearer manages to escape, however The Undertaker then engages him in a grudge match, in which he gains the upper hand thanks to his zombie attributes.
During the course of the film, The Undertaker eventually makes his way through a number of different environments, fights off several members of the Deadite crew (led by Bearer), and finally reaches his ultimate destination: the interactive walk-through museum, The Undertaker's Island. Here, he battles another version of himself, played by Paul Bearer. After a brief battle, both escape the museum, and escape into a snowy landscape. However, as The Undertaker approaches the final stages of the film, he realizes that he is once again being haunted by a vision of his own demise, and escapes once again.
Escape The Undertaker is based on a true story of horror. In the novel, the writer uses a story told by an unseen narrator to present a Gothic perspective on the character of The Undertaker. Although the story evolves around the real-life undertaker, many of the events are fictional and the reader can feel a sense of adventure in these scenes. The setting and storyline are well constructed, and the movie does a good job of introducing the character. Viewers are kept guessing throughout, and they are kept interested throughout the entire novel. Escape The Undertaker is a first choice for anyone looking for an intense gory film that is entertaining and educational at the same time.