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Hell's Highway (2002)

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Jeff Leroy, the director of such straight-to-video titles as Eyes of the Werewolf and Crack, helmed this tongue-in-check horror film about a mysterious, homicidal hitchhiker who just won't die. Featuring an array of schlocky scenes of gore involving knives, shovels, and more than one chainsaw, the film stars Phoebe Dollar as Lucindia Polonia, the hitchhiker who could be anything from a ghost to the devil herself. The cast also includes Kiren David, Hank Horner, Beverly Lynn, and legendary porn star Ron Jeremy.more
Rating: R
Genre: Horror
Directed By:
Written By: Jeff Leroy
In Theaters:
On DVD: Jan 31, 2006
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Cast

Phoebe Dollar
as Lucindia Polonia
Joe Haggerty
as Preacher
Garrett Clancy
as Dr. Sullivan
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Critic Reviews for Hell's Highway

All Critics (8) | Top Critics (3)

April 17, 2004
New York Post
Top Critic

Full Review… | September 14, 2003
Boston Globe
Top Critic

Full Review… | August 30, 2003
Slate
Top Critic

One of the more gratifying independent horror features I've seen in some time.

Full Review… | May 5, 2003
Sex Gore Mutants

October 1, 2005
EmanuelLevy.Com

Full Review… | August 30, 2003
Film Threat

Audience Reviews for Hell's Highway

½

Cheaply made horror film that gets really annoying with it's slow pacing, pointless scenes, and overall bad taste. Lots of gore, stupid characters, and a below average plot. The ending was really dumb and unneeded.

Hell's Highway is an absolute disaster a film that is certainly not scary and not campy often enough to be salvageable as a guilty pleasure. Aside from a few unintentionally funny moments like bad special effects or an appearance by Ron Jeremy where he gets his penis cut off, there is nothing to talk about with this dull as dirt horror film. Despite some interesting ideas, the story is terrible, the acting is atrocious, the effects are laughable, it's slow as can be, and it's also quite boring. This should have been a fun horror film with its premise, but instead it turned into a total crapfest.

There's a story of a husband and wife who got stranded in the desert, and the husband killed himself to keep his wife alive, but she died because she had no water. Now her spirit is seen hitchhiking on the road, and brings death to anyone who dares pick her up. And that's just what a group of teens do on their way from Pittsburgh to California. And they experience a trip right to the gates of hell.

To say this film was low budget would be insulting the low budget film industry. The "effects" - as they were - were simply terrible. The story was convoluted and confusing, especially the ending. And the acting...well, you can guess how good that was too.

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