Genre - Thriller
Year Released - 2008
Running Time - 106 minutes
Directed by Edward Anderson (this is his directorial debut)
Written by Edward Anderson
Tony Curran (The Midnight Meat Train, Underworld: Evolution, and Blade II)
Peyton List, Cameron Goodman, Dave Power, James Snyder, and Allen Douglas
Rating: 4 Skulls
Hitching a ride on the airport shuttle seems like the safest option for weary friends Mel and Jules, who find themselves stranded late at night after flying back from a girls-only vacation in Mexico. That is, until their short drive home descends into a one-way trip to hell.
As captive passengers, they're now at the mercy of a terrifying driver with an unknown agenda and no exit in sight.
Like I mentioned above, I rented this one mainly because of the fact that it starred Tony Curran. Other than Curran, I had not heard of any of the other cast. I am happy to report that everyone was great in this movie and it was very well written.
Had it not been for two pretty glaring predictability factors, I would have given this film 5 Skulls. [I think that this one is worth owning, but that's just me] In fact, I doubt that there will be another film, this year, with a better ending!
I definitely recommend this one!
Here's the trailer: