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Highway to Havasu (2017)

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During spring break, two buddies kidnap their broken-hearted friend and embark on a road trip to Lake Havasu.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Caleb Thomas ... Maxi
Ben Edlin ... Dylan
Andrew Fromer ... Billy
Robert Sidman Robert Sidman ... Mr. Frank
Johnny 3 Tears ... Ronathan / Jonathan
Kayla Compton ... Sarah
Lily Berlina ... Katy / Amber Andrews
Drue Schaefer Crookston ... Dons
Julia Austin ... Mindy
Joseph Tomasini ... DJ Tanner
Jesse Jane ... Jesse
Kayden Kross ... Kayden
Alex Hayek ... Captain Jack
Maddison Bullock ... Michelle
Viktoria Vinyarska Viktoria Vinyarska ... Lauren


The last Spring Break of high school is fast approaching and Dylan, a senior from Bend, Oregon, has just been dumped by his longtime girlfriend. His childhood friends Billy and Maxi want to help out but they haven't been as close while Dylan has been in a relationship. So Billy and Maxi kidnap him in a stolen RV and head to the epic Spring Break destination of Lake Havasu City, Arizona.

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Release Date:

7 March 2017 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

San Diego, California, USA See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

AMP Creative See more »
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Technical Specs


Sound Mix:

D-Cinema 48kHz 5.1



Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


Highway to Havasu was shot in 7 states: Arizona, Oregon, California, Idaho, Utah, Nevada and bonus footage in Minnesota. See more »


References Back to the Future (1985) See more »


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3 January 2018 | by GermanPadillaSee all my reviews

Not by the barrage of swearing, not by the brazen nudity, but by the fact that they have the gall to call this a comedy.

Leniency is often offered to low budget films because not everyone can use their creative restrictions to their advantage to craft something like Jaws or Alien. But in the case of Highway to Havasu, I bequeath none. For lo, it is not strangled by its limitations, but rather, quite the opposite. The budgetary restraints have not resulted in a compromised product, but rather, an undignified charter of the laziest filmmaking possible. The non-existent script of which, must have been devised as a "comedy" precisely because directionless, illiterate, director/writer Jeff Janke was called "funny" and a "class clown" in secondary school. Behold, this effrontery feature that dares to call itself a film, has been brought upon us simply because some kid once told Jeff Janke that "he's so funny, he should make a movie."

I have no words for such an attack on my culture. My movie culture. This must be terrorism! And if so, to ISIL, I yield.

Tis really is, a bad movie.

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