Aussies are well known for firing up a few steaks on the the Barbi. But in ROAD Kill (2010), some folks Down Under lift having "a red meat issue" to a whole new extreme.
This "hear-the tires-scream," chase flick stars Sophie Lowe, Georgina Haig and Bob Morely as our usual group of terrified twenty-somethings being chased across the Australian Outback by the literal, eighteen-wheeler from Hell. One fueled by the blood of it's victims.
You know you're screwed when the hood ornament of the truck that's trying to run you down is a silver replica of Cerberus, the three headed guard dog of the Abyss. You're really screwed when the cargo in the trailer of said truck is actually freakin' Cerberus.
Dean Francis serves us a enjoyable little morality play in which our heroes are alternately repulsed and seduced by their power of their pursuer. But worry not, Fright Fans, he also delivers some rip-roaring splatter for our twisted enjoyment. Let this one roll and fire up some New York steaks, extra rare, on the 'que.