Truck-driver Brewster takes over his missing brother's delivery of a load of coffins to a funeral home. He picks up hitchhiking gay couple Cary and Vogel whose relationship is in trouble to help him stay awake but when his GPS leads them into a deserted junkyard, his truck breaks down, stranding them. Night falls, and the coffins reveal blood-thirty vampires. Now the mismatched trio must barricade themselves in the cab of the truck and try to survive until dawn...
- Stars:Benjamin Lutz, Windham Beacham, David Alanson Bradberry, Krystal Main, Stephen Geoffreys, Racheal Rivera, John Werskey, Lou Cass, Phillip Henry Christopher, Miranda Downey, Justin Fill, Craig Fuchs, Jon Gale, Stacey T. Gillespie, Jason James,
- Director:Mark Bessenger,
- Writer:Mark Bessenger (screenplay)
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Bite Marks torrent reviews
(br) wrote: Thupakki is a regular masala fare!!
(jp) wrote: Nicely done documentary and a must-see for ALL baseball fans. This movie is a great precursor to Spring and will really get you fired up for Baseball. Pete Rose was a player unlike anyone before, and we'll never see another one. He didn't even look like a Baseball player, but his work ethic was unmatched. This sports doc doesn't dovetail into his post-baseball career and gambling that ultimately resulted in his banning from the game he loved so much. But this ends up being a good thing. It wouldn't match up very well and would distract from the record-setting theme of the film. Very informative, and a very shining portrayal of a significant and deserving sports superstar.
(ru) wrote: I had watch this movie for a Academic Work about Middle Eeatern Cinema, and became a litte suprised about it. This film can tell us that the Middle East is not only war, the Middle Easterns still have their lives in Israel, Palestine and another countries. In Jaffa is specially interesting that the fact that Toufik had killed the main caracter's brother become really more important than his arabic ascendence in the final speech of the parents, we, as "outsiders", could though the opposite. As well, this is the only good thing about the movie, the story is really boring. Unless you really want to see a Middle Eeastern movie, don't watch it.
(es) wrote: really so so excited for this
(kr) wrote: Complete shit. Totally boring and stupid. But I love me some Emily Blunt. Only other redeeming point, the movie references Delaware and plays into the plot of the film.
(ca) wrote: Bill Murray is a decent Thompson, but this film is a bit boring and soulless
(au) wrote: One of the best light-hearted dark comedies of all time.
(it) wrote: Video Nasty that wore its 'Banned in Queensland' sticker proudly. Campy exploitation crassic, oodles of fun. (Keep cranking that handle, Ralphus.)
(ru) wrote: This is a great underrated movie.
(de) wrote: A pleasant surprise!
(jp) wrote: A slightly slower pace but wonderfully genuine. I appreciate the message being told without cinematics about a working class boy who is seen as forgotten and among many others that will live the same fate. I personally had a connection with this film and this is another example of how different the approach to european and american movie storytelling is, and I'm beginning to appreciate a less theatric one in turn for a more authentic feeling one.