A woman traveling with her comedian boy friend gets fed up with him when he accepts a three night gig in a wayward trucker's bar. Running away, she accepts a ride from a deranged trucker ... See full summary »

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Jack (as Meat Loaf Aday)
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Sylvia
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David
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Buck
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Waitress
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Blacktop Cop
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Mechanic
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Tattoo Gas Jockey
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Mine Worker
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Rheta Hutton ...
Cataract Woman
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Young Gas Attendant
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A woman traveling with her comedian boy friend gets fed up with him when he accepts a three night gig in a wayward trucker's bar. Running away, she accepts a ride from a deranged trucker who may be a serial killer of young women. Written by John Sacksteder <jsackste@bellsouth.net>

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trucker | bar | shower | diner | cell phone | See All (58) »

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This ain't no joyride. See more »

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Drama | Thriller

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for violence and terror | See all certifications »
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20 October 2000 (USA)  »

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Blacktop: Murder on the Move  »

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$3,500,000 (estimated)
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1.33 : 1
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Kristin Davis and Lochlyn Munro both appear in the movie Deck the Halls. See more »

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When Sylvia cuts the air lines under the trailer, the brakes would have locked up and stayed locked up. The brakes would not have released, and the truck would have had brakes even if the trailer didn't. See more »

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References Duel (1971) See more »

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Lonesome & Hurting
Performed by Vern Cheechoo
Written by Vern Cheechoo & Roland Nadjiwon
Published by Eiffel Dog Publishing
Courtesy of Dark Light Music Ltd.
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Sex And The Highway
13 September 2005 | by (Philadelphia) – See all my reviews

For a "bad" movie, this one is surprisingly watchable. The script is laughable, but the stars are decent actors (George "Meat Loaf" Aday and Kristin Davis give far better efforts than the script warrants). The rest of the casting is horrid, and the script is from hunger, but who doesn't like a good psycho-killer/woman-in-distress flick every now and then? My respect for Kristin Davis went through the roof after watching this film because many other actresses would have thumbed their nose at this script rather than taking it seriously, and that's about as professional an approach to one's work as one can get. I get the impression that if Kristin were working at McDonald's she'd convince you that she was happy with the job.

As for the plot: a traveling, B-list stand-up comic and his girlfriend (Davis) break up because he won't commit to marrying her (the idiot). She leaves him, and hops into the truck of Aday's character (who looks more like the product of five "Meatloafs Aday"). He protects her from rowdies at a bar in a gruesome way that foreshadows who the real danger is, and the rest of the movie seems to be a cross between "Black Dog" and "Scream" (the latter in that the killer views killing as almost a form of self-exploration).

Watch this film at least once, and maybe you'll like it enough to flick it on every now and then. I'm sure it'll be on cable for the next 1,000 years or so, as they seem to love this type of film.


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