Presumably at some point during the production of Repeaters someone must have realized that they weren’t working on a particularly good project. It’s one of those movies that inspires comments like, “the production values are nice,” because that’s really the only positive thing that can be said about the movie. A professional crew clearly worked hard to make sure that this was the best looking piece of crap it could possibly be and they deserve some sort of praise for donating so much time and effort to a movie that fails on nearly every conceivable level. It’s clear when watching Repeaters that the filmmakers assumed the audience would be blown away by how clever and exciting they thought they were being. In reality, they were making a movie destined for DVD obscurity. Hopefully everyone in the crew was at least well compensated.