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While traveling on a highway late at night, Zakes (William Ash), a young British man, and his girlfriend, Beth (Christine Bottomley), become the targets of a psychopath when they accidentally see a woman who has been abducted in a truck. Unsure of what to do, the panicking couple make a stop and try to alert the police to the situation. Soon Beth goes missing, however, and Zakes must find her before the murderous trucker makes her his next victim.

Cast & Crew

William Ash
Zakes Abbot
Robbie Gee
Chimponda
Peter Wyatt
Mr. Coates
Sheila Reid
Mrs. Coates
Rupert Procter
Dad
Mark Tonderai
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Peter Carlton
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Will Clarke
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Michael Cowan
Executive Producer
Lizzie Francke
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Theo Green
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Philipp Blaubach
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Critic Reviews for Hush

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  • Sep 28, 2012
    [img]http://images.rottentomatoes.com/images/user/icons/icon14.gif[/img] It would be impossible not to notice that Hush is a fairly generic horror movie, with a lot of moments that make you think of other exploitation movies. Despite all that it's a very impressive film that quite effortlessly gives you a wince inducing rush of adrenalin with the beautiful sense of realism that too many horror movies dont have. It's nothing other than a very well put together debut horror feature for Mark Tonderai who i'm sure will go on to make some more great thrillers like these if he isn't crushed underneath a big budget and a well-known Hollywood A-list star (House At The End Of The Street, let's see how that turns out). It's benefits include a unique visual style, naturalistic and believable performances from it's talented cast and consistent, nail-biting suspense. A lot of debut horror features such as Christopher Smith's Creep and James Watkin's Eden Lake have none of these traits and they never really bloomed until much later on in the career's of these film maker's, and it was a genuinely pleasant surprise to see such a fantastically well-written and spine-tingling debut for once. I found it incredibly gripping, more than adequately put together, and thought it offered up a great number of scares and thrills. Looking at it as a straight-forward cat and mouse horror movie, I enjoyed it for what it was. And although originality isn't the film's strongest point it offers up plenty of tension, an oddly creepy atmosphere and incredible horror direction. It's a very stylish, deeply satisfying and wonderfully inventive little horror film, and such an accomplishment it's hard to comprehend it as a debut.
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  • Jul 30, 2012
    desent British thriller worth a look.
    Brian D Super Reviewer
  • Jun 16, 2011
    Tense and suspenseful British thriller set along the busy M1 road where a woman has been kidnapped by a brutal trucker leaving the boyfriend in pursuit to free her. Yeah it's a little similar to 'Breakdown' from '97 but it manages to hold its own agaimst other films of its type and it makes for a good ride!
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  • Oct 05, 2009
    Not to sure why they called this a british horror but i would call it an intense thriller that is ok apart from its many flaws! The storyline is ok if you think Taken with liam neeeson this is like that but so upto scratch with the holywood movie, the story has a few flaws and is a bit predictable in places but did keep you on the edge of your seat! The ending was unsatifing with a lot of unanswwered stories, if they werent going t continue the story they started then why put it in there! overall an alrigth movie with a watch i guess!
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