Road Games
Road Games (1981)

In this Australian film, Stacy Keach is a truck driver who takes the law in his own hands to capture a serial killer. Taking to the road in his search, Keach picks up hitchhiker Jamie Lee Curtis -- and it is her presence that brings the… More

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Rated: PG
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Release Date: January 1, 1981
DVD Release Date: June 10, 2003
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Dennis Schwartz
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

Under the radar Hitchcock influenced thriller is a road version of Rear Window.

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Fernando F. Croce

Yanks and dingos and psychos in the Outback

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Scott Weinberg

Underrated psycho-thriller from down under.

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Cory Taylor
What should be a seedy, lurid sleeper is sabotaged by two fatal flaws: a folksy drum-roll-and-harmonica score that makes it sounds like an upbeat sitcom and the… More
Ken Stachnik
A total diamond in the rough. Stacy Keach is amazing. Direction and cinematography are both top notch. To quote a friend "It's like Hitchcock and… More
Alex roy
Road movies are really interesting in terms of generating effective scares and there is something about the open road that evokes a true sense of helplessness… More
Aj V
A pretentious Hitchcockian thriller. I didn't care for it, but at least the actors were good.
Pierluigi Puccini
Richard Franklin, the same aussie who took over the fairly decent sequel of Psycho, Attempts to rehash 'Rear Window' as a road movie, bringing to… More
David Ladd
While driving a load of freight across the godforsaken Australian outback from Melbourne to Perth spacey loner American truck driver Pat Quid (an endearingly… More