Road Kill
Road Kill (2010)

Four campers are driving across the Australian outback when their car is suddenly run off the road by a massive semi, and realize that their nightmare has just begun after commandeering the vehicle and making a terrifying discovery in the… More

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Rated: R
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DVD Release Date: September 28, 2010
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Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Rory Meyer
Empire Magazine Australasia

For all of its potential thrills, Road Train barely manages to get out of first gear.

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Louise Keller
Urban Cinefile

Fans of the genre will find some highlights in the gore department, while truckies will no doubt latch onto some of the trade's unique characteristics,

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Anton Bitel
Eye for Film

...takes the simmering psychological tensions within a group dynamic, and sends a monster of a truck careening right through them, knocking events off their character-driven course and into the more genre-bound terrains of supernatural horror

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Alex roy
Road Kill is yet again one of those films that have an evil vehicle as a means to terrorize its characters. Roadkill is a film from Australia about a truck that… More
Brian De Guelle
Some nice ideas and some great use of camera work here.But is let down by a silly story and slow pacing.Not enough going on here!
Dead Angel
Awful. Horrible plot and terrible acting. Evil truck? YEAH RIGHT.
Gimly M.
Road Kill, also known as Road Train, is a movie about a vehicle with a "ROAD TRAIN" sign on it that characters repeatedly call a road train but is… More
Steve K
The world's first metaphysical evil semi-truck movie? If not, it's likely the last. Points for trying for something beyond the norm.
Todd Smith
Ever since landing a role in the Twilight movies, Australian soap hunk, Xavier Samuel has been every where! Recently, many films he made back in Australia have… More

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