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Roadkill

USA 2024
produced by
Stacie Fast, Warren Fast for Mythic Pictures, Skypro Studios
directed by Warren Fast
starring Caitlin Carmichael, Ryan Knudson, Warren Fast, Buddy Campbell, Trenton Hudson, Danielle Harris, Christina R Gregg, William Childress, Stephen LaDow, Lindsay Ballif, George Howard Adams, Brad Napp, Brody Barcellona, Jaelyn Buffkin, Arianna Jones, Katie Scott, Ayden Payne, Bakari Blocton, Sami Martinez, Gwyneviere Ray, Joshua Lanier
written by Warren Fast, music by Daniel A. Davies, special effects by Ken Speed, special makeup effects by Lindsay Bennett

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Somewhere in the middle of nowhere, USA: A girl driver (Caitlin Carmichael) asks a hitchhiker (Ryan Knudson) for directions, and then decides to take him with her in her car on a whim. And the two sure make an odd couple as the girl, probably not yet 20, looks too cute and innocent to be true, while the hitchhiker looks like a vagabond who could do with a wash. And so when they try to start a conversation to pass the time, they at first fail to find common ground - but at the same time it's quite clear that they have something in common. Thing is, there's a serialkiller roaming the neighbourhood - or even more than one, and either one or really everyone else could be it - and yet our girl driver takes nothing but backroads to do her best to evade the police. Also, they seem to leave a lot of dead bodies in their path. Things come a head when they start having an argument, and the hitchhikier draws his life. But the girl driver is more than capable to defend herself. All hell really breaks loose when the local Sheriff (Warren Fast) and Deputy (Trenton Hudson) finally catch up with them ...

Horror veteran Danielle Harris plays a lazy and annoyed waitress in this one.

 

Now Roadkill is a movie that saves up its surprises to the third act, beforehands its surprises are fairly easy to predict - but that hardly matters in this case as the film's basically a suspense piece, and anticipation and suspense go well together. And a clever script and elegant direction as well as plenty of violence in all the right places sure help to keep one at the edge of one's seat, while the two protagonists play very well of one another, portraying an odd couple sharing a unspoken secret and develop a weird chemistry that really fits the story, making this pretty cool genre entertainment.

 

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