Road Train details
|Starring:||Bob Morley, Sophie Lowe, Xavier Samuel, Georgina Haig|
|Run time:||1 hour 27 minutes|
|Rental release:||30 Aug 2010|
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waste of timeBy jpc (9 reviews) from West Molesey , 30 Nov 2010
[Highly rated reviewer]more of my life wasted on a terrible film. why do i keep doing this to myself, i must learn to trust other peoples reviews!
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why the bad reviews ?By getinthebowl (7 reviews) , 20 Aug 2013why the bad reviews ? this is not a bad horror flick at all , it's not that far from wolf creek ,wrong turn , hills etc. I will even purchase it for the collection !
avoid like the plague!!By ratbikeboy (6 reviews) , 10 Jul 2013This is truely awful. The writer has just taken the films Wolf Creek,and Duel with four very stupid people and wasted everyones time with something so bad I would rather watch Sex in the City 2
Poop. No, not poop - utter CRAPBy vanilla_quiff (284 reviews) from Gatwick, England , 07 Jun 2011good GOD. I'd rather eat my own feet than watch that tripe again.
I can't help but wonder - is this a modern re-make of the Stephen King movie 'Christine' ? A vehicle posesses people and takes over..... ?
Drongoes Do Duel DisgracefullyBy hush1977 (25 reviews) from Market Harborough , 07 Jun 2011A supernatural thriller starring Xavier Samuel (Brent from the sublime The Loved Ones), Sophie Lowe (Beautiful Kate) and Bob Morley (Home and Away) about a group of teenagers menaced by a driver-less train in the Australian outback may sound like drongoes do Duel, but sadly, it's one of the worst films ever made.
The actors themselves aren't really at fault, but the script has little imagination and some of the most awful dialogue ever seen on the gogglebox. The opening sex scene is an odd introduction, but the characters clearly hate each other from the outset, questioning why they would all embark on a road trip together.
Making the dumbest decisions ever, justifying them with stupid lines ('Guess one of the driver's shot his mate, this kind of place does strange things to you') and running, most of the time, from cartoonish villains will leave the viewer rightfully annoyed at wasting ninety minutes they'll never get back. It won't drive you to hell, but it'll certainly drive you mad.
Not Bad Aussie HorrorBy filmsaremypassion (149 reviews) from Bexhill , 22 Mar 2011A group of teenagers are chased by a train truck that has no driver and a terrifying secret hidden within. With Xavier Samuel (Twilight Eclispe) the only name I know, he and the three other actors/actresses gave good enough pefomances. It's got lots of tenison, gore here and there, a interesting supernatural twist and a ending that leaves you thinking of what would happen next. Sure it won't win any awards or be the best film I've seen yet but it's worth a watch if you like Austrailan horror films or low budget movies.