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2006 (USA) See more »
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Tagline:
"You can't outride death."
Plot:
Bike messenger Anne never imagined the horrific events that would unfold after her one-night-stand with stranger Chris. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)
Rebecca Palmer ... Anne

Ben Price ... Chris

Tom Frederic ... Michael

J.J. Straub ... Ranger
Kurt Rauscher ... Forest Worker 1
Johann Daiminger ... Forest Worker 2

Christian Heiner Wolf ... Policeman 1
Maximilian Boxrucker ... Policeman 2

Directed by
Robert Krause 
 
Writing credits
Robert Krause  &
Florian Puchert 

Kai Schneppel (idea) &
Robert Krause (idea)

Produced by
Florian Puchert .... junior producer
Oliver Simon .... producer
 
Original Music by
Ben Bartlett (music by)
 
Cinematography by
Ralf Noack (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Wolfgang Böhm 
Richard Krause 
 
Casting by
Carrie Hilton 
Tamara Notcutt  (as Tamara-Lee Notcutt)
 
Production Design by
Kurt Rauscher 
 
Costume Design by
Ines Burisch 
 
Makeup Department
Birgit Neumaier .... makeup artist
Tommy Opatz .... special makeup effects artist
 
Production Management
Rüdiger Dill .... production manager
Kirstin Kullik .... post-production supervisor
Julia Schöning .... assistant production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Sabine Kargesmeier .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Benjamin Kniebe .... storyboard artist
 
Sound Department
Hubert Bartholomae .... re-recording
Hubert Bartholomae .... sound editor
Pit Kuhlmann .... sound editor
Daniel Szymanski .... sound assistant
Alexander Theodossiadis .... foley artist
Alexander Theodossiadis .... production sound mixer
Alexander Theodossiadis .... sound editor
 
Visual Effects by
Holger Wenzel .... animation
Holger Wenzel .... digital matte painting
 
Stunts
Ferdinand Fischer .... stunts
Valerija Korez .... stunts: mountainbike
Gernot Merkel .... additional stunts: mountainbike
Julian Mothes .... additional stunts: mountainbike
Markus Pütterich .... stunt coordinator
Markus Reiser .... additional stunts: mountainbike
Patrick Tschigg .... stunts: mountainbike
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Joel Andrade .... photographer
Yenner Arikan .... gaffer (as Yener Arikan)
Klaus Hackl .... still photographer
Florian Langanke .... gaffer
Stefan Preilowski .... gaffer
Neil Schulte .... camera assistant
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Patricia Royo .... costume consultant
 
Editorial Department
Peter Deinas .... color grading
Peter Deinas .... post-production
Christina Schulz .... assistant editor
 
Transportation Department
Johann Daiminger .... driver
Klaus Hackl .... driver
Anton Hanselbauer .... motorcycle driver
Andreas Hertle .... motorcycle driver
 
Other crew
Sabine Bentenrieder .... assistant to producer
Karoline Gallasz .... script consultant: Freex
Sebastian Geissler .... set manager
Benedikt Greiner .... set runner
Melanie Hahndorf .... first location manager
Christian Holzner .... location coordinator
Christian Holzner .... making-of
Ines Kardetzky .... assistant set manager
Elisabeth Karsten .... script consultant: Storydocs Berlin
Lars Klemm .... bike model: poster
Thorsten Kuegler .... title designer (as Thorsten Kügler)
Walter Költsch .... location scout
Ben Lucchesi .... production coordinator
Morlind Pohlmann .... second location manager
Romana Schick .... production accountant
Julia Schöning .... making-of
Sebastian Voppmann .... assistant production office
Verena Weese .... script consultant: Storydocs Berlin
 
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Rated R for bloody violence, language and some sexuality
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87 min
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Continuity: Anne's face is half covered with blood before plunging into the river. She emerges from the river and her face is mostly clear of blood. In the very next scene as she carries her bike through the woods, her face is again half covered with blood. In the next cut, it's mostly clear again.See more »

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$2 Movie, 10 July 2011
Author: rls0812

I bought this movie, new, for $2 from a local movie store.

I never had high hopes for a Lions Gate movie, costing me so little $ and it didn't let me down!

This is a slow paced stocker type movie, almost from the start.

From the get-go, I had a problem with the main character's looks. She was ugly! Normally this wouldn't affect me , but there was implied sex, implied rape, and several shots of her ( naked ) breasts !

This movie drags, not really showing much content. It took them 20 minutes to establish the main character liked mountain biking, and may or may not have raped by the antagonist ( shown in brief flash backs, but never explained ) ... from there, until 12 minutes before the movie ends, it's them running around in the woods, with bicycles.

It also doesn't help the main character is "blind" in a couple scenes, and tends to make very stupid choices.

A few situations pop up, but nothing really interesting.

For me, the most memorable part was the first time I watched " death by bicycle wheel" in a movie.

As far as the ending, it was a major let down. No major confrontation or fight between the main character and the villain.

Over all, it's a $2 movie released by Lions Gate. Nothing special, just a time killer.

You also know it's a not so good movie movie when the director is billed as ( no joke ) ... "" Robert Krause 'Blood Trails' Rebeccaa Palmer Ben Price Tom Frederic "" ... this is right from the box credit cover . There are no commas .

As a side note, I know it's a bit nit-picky, but they are suppose to be in "The Whistler Mountain Range" ( Nevada ), and the main character is looking for "Whistler Mountain" ( Kentucky ), but trying to reference American locations, when the accents are European and the license plates on the vehicle are also European, does not work very well.

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