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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

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Greg Ross
Hinano Yoshikawa ...
Yumi
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Amanda Ross
Adrian Roberts ...
Police Officer
Adrian N. Roberts ...
Police Man
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Security Guard
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Tiffany Goltz ...
Ghost
Peter Andre ...
Motorcycle Man
Alie Ward ...
Make-up girl (as Alison Ward)
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Client
Kenneth Ibrahim ...
Pastor
Rumi Sakakibara ...
Neighbor
John Hartnell ...
Police Man A
Bruce Elkind ...
Police Man B
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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...

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Horror | Thriller

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

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2 December 2006 (Japan)  »

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Haunted Highway  »

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This movie is very bad
6 August 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This is a low budget film with no frills and lacks any scary content whatsoever that would justify the title Haunted Highway. For any movie fan looking for horror stay well away from this. The only scary thing about this film is that someone stumped up the money for this turkey to be made! The plot is wafer thin and holds no surprises and you'll ultimately be left wondering - what was the point? I guess if you're afraid of the dark (or your own shadow) then there may be something in this film for you, otherwise leave this well alone. My advice to anyone thinking of watching this film would be to go watch the proverbial paint dry - 'cos that'll be more entertaining!


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