A socially awkward driver and a weary passenger try to make it to their destination while being haunted by a supernatural threat.

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Michael Nader

Writer:

Michael Nader
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Jordan Hayes ... Cami
Max Topplin ... Spencer
James McGowan ... Neil
Rosemary Dunsmore ... Lorraine
Thomas L. Colford Thomas L. Colford ... Weston
Sharon McFarlane ... Andrea
Jana Peck ... Darlene
Jess Brown ... Cynthia
Sean Sullivan ... Doctor
Anthony Ulc ... Police Officer
Daniel Harroch ... The Toll Man
Sarah Camacho ... Mary
Madison Walsh ... Nurse Greta
Pamela MacDonald ... Dying Cami
Katelyn McCulloch ... Charlotte
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Storyline

It's 1 A.M. An exhausted Cami orders a ride-share at the airport. Her driver: Spencer, awkward and unsettling. Her destination: Her dad's place in the middle of nowhere. Cami grows increasingly suspicious of Spencer's odd behavior. This fear gives way to full-blown terror when their car breaks down on a secluded road. And they both realize they're not alone - Suddenly the car comes under attack - a rock smashes through the window. Attached to a message that warns visitors must "pay the toll." Cami and Spencer realize it's a supernatural force haunting them: the Toll Man, pitting these two strangers against each other. Until they discover that for either to survive, one of them has to die.

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Horror | Thriller

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for language throughout and some violence | See all certifications »

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Close to You (Baby, I'm on My Way)
Written by Malte Hagemeister and Kristian Nord
Performed by Lance Lapinsky
Under license from California Music
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A horror film without an open enigmatic ending
23 March 2021 | by richxauSee all my reviews

I quite enjoyed this film. Low key believable start then gets more and more weird. What did it for me was a reasonably clear cut ending. Too many films seem to want to have some puzzling incomplete ending leaving you hanging. Not this. Jordan Hayes looks yummy.


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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 March 2021 (Canada) See more »

Also Known As:

The Toll See more »

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2.39:1
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