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Death Ride (2006)

An American photographer (Gamble) has an affair with a mysterious woman (Yoshikawa), which leads him into a confrontation with the occult.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Greg Ross
Hinano Yoshikawa ...
Amanda Ross
Adrian Roberts ...
Police Officer
Adrian N. Roberts ...
Police Man
Security Guard
Strange Man
Tiffany Goltz ...
Peter Andre ...
Motorcycle Man
Alie Ward ...
Make-up girl (as Alison Ward)
Kenneth Ibrahim ...
Rumi Sakakibara ...
John Hartnell ...
Police Man A
Bruce Elkind ...
Police Man B


The photographer Greg Ross has an argument with his wife Amanda about his affair with the Japanese model Yumi and he accidentally kills her. He decides to get rid off Amanda's body dumping it in the Black Lake. While driving in a road during the night, Greg recalls moments of his relationship with Amanda and Yumi and is haunted by their ghosts, driving him insane with a tragic conclusion. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Prepare to be driven insane...


Horror | Thriller

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Rated R for some violence and brief sexuality | See all certifications »

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Release Date:

2 December 2006 (Japan)  »

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Haunted Highway  »

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84 Minutes of your life will vanish!
8 August 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

There are no words to begin to describe how God awful this 'movie' is! From the very first opening frame to the final black screen it screams AMATEURS WITH VIDEO CAMERAS. Everyone involved in the making of this rot should be rounded up and branded, making them easily identifiable and all should forever more be prohibited from owning and/or operating ANY equipment capable of capturing an image! Also, anyone who rented this tripe should automatically be given a refund and a free trip to a park of their choice for the 84 minutes of their life that was stolen by the morons who made this. Surely the 'crew' has seen a movie before? Perhaps not. Sure looks this way. I want to know how they get this stuff into circulation. This way, we can all shoot a movie with our camcorders and rake in the cash. Anyone know how I can get my home movies of my dog catching sticks on DVD and into Blockbuster? Oh, I could call it 'horror' as it would be a lot scarier than this movie. Anyone who watches more than 30 minutes of this junk seriously needs a life, or is a die-hard movie masochist. The entire production crew should be criminally charged with; 1. Impersonating a movie, 2. Stealing the public's life timer, 3. Conning the innocent public out of movie rental fees, and 4. Operating a body without a brain. The 'plot'? None. The acting? BARF! Direction? I wish. As movie cameras become smaller, we are going to see an increase in this kind of drivel as movies can now be churned out by a couple of kids with camcorders. Who is backing these movies is what I want to know, and who is performing the bulk lobotomies on the crews?

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