Road Train 2010

Four young friends on a camping adventure in the outback are chased and deliberately run off the highway by the Road Train - a massive and unrelenting two-trailer truck. Stranded amongst the wreckage of the near fatal crash, their only option is to approach t…
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MA15+
Strong violence, blood and gore, sex scene and coarse language

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Four young friends on a camping adventure in the outback are chased and deliberately run off the highway by the Road Train - a massive and unrelenting two-trailer truck. Stranded amongst the wreckage of the near fatal crash, their only option is to approach the Road Train, now standing parked in the near distance. But the driver's seat is empty and the truck appears abandoned. When gunshots break the silence they commandeer the monstrous vehicle and take to the road. They soon discover that what lies inside the trailers will prove more terrifying than anything they've experienced. The next town is only three hours away but the next town is somewhere they might never reach. Intense and action packed, ROAD TRAIN is a trip into madness and murder. Take a journey on the highway to hell.

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90mins

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  • The first warning to us should have been ... the South Australian Film Commission Logo at the start. Its like Home and Away acting but worse and ruined even further when it went down the supenatural c*** street. You will lose 90 miniutes of your life if you watch this!!

  • only watched half couldn't take it any more

  • one example why australians are no good at making movoes, they cant even produce good tv

  • Starts of okay, but gradually shows its B-grade standard.

  • Ok - Maybe I'm the only person in the world who enjoyed this but I did. Is it a great movie - no Is it a competent B grade movie - I think so. I enjoyed the claustrophobic feel generated by the small cast even thought they were in a wide open landscape. An ok movie competently done.

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