Overall Rank: 9234
Average Rating: 2.5/4
# of Ratings: 26
Theatrical Release Date: 04/27/2007
Genre: Thriller, Horror
MPAA Rating: R
Director: Gregory Jacobs
Actors: Ashton Holmes, Emily Blunt, Martin Donovan, Ned Bellamy, Ian A. Wallace, Donny James Lucas
Plot: Two students share a ride home for Christmas break but after leaving the main high-way are stranded on snowy road after an accident. As the temperature falls, the two find they're not the only ones out as a series of restless spirits roam the road. -- Chris Kavan
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dukeakasmudge - wrote on 09/26/2011
An actual horror movie without guts & gore.WOW!!!!
lpd381 - wrote on 02/02/2011
The movie wasn't really that bad... or good for that matter. It starts out very slow making you hate the girl because she is a complete bitch. The guy is a creeper to say the least. Then the movie starts to pick up when they wreck there car and strange people and things start showing up. Then the movie just falls apart again as it ends. Overall the movie isn't anything special but it is an interesting watch and kind of fun to guess how it's going end. Watch this if you can borrow it from somebody or only spend a couple bucks otherwise pass.
Snoogans - wrote on 03/26/2010
The relationship between the two main characters is about the only interesting bit in the film. The supernatural happenings were dull. I was bored.
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Zeljka - wrote on 04/25/2012
I wish I liked the film more, but this is just a kind of movies you either like or not, depending on your point of view. To me, the girl was so unlikable that I was really amazed by the patience the guy (whom I found really cute despite using odd ways to seduce a girl) had with her. The moral of the film, the ending itself, was romantic, but in this kind of movies just irritating and to be honest, silly. You do not drag your viewers through the whole movie just to prove the point that everything would probably be just fine had she been more trustworthy and more open to the offered opportunities and friendships. You make an epic drama then, not such a creepy horror story, because what was then really the purpose of completely developed story of all the horror flashback scenes in between? …
Franz Patrick - wrote on 12/24/2007
An effective, atmospheric thriller that gave me the chills--literally and figuratively. I thought the two actors were brilliant. For a horror movie, it's strange to have characters that talk a lot, specifically about philosophy. I guess that's what I like most about it: it tried to do something different. Each scene is important because you never know when the filmmakers are trying to foreshadow or merely trying to establish the fact that the characters are smart, or both. What I liked best about this movie is that nature becomes a character. The blizzard gets more powerful as the gravity of the situation increases. Sure, the ending was kind of weird in a typical horror movie kind of way but everything was outstanding except the last fifteen minutes. Although most people might not get …
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