Other than get me in the spirit of Christmas with its freezing cold winter concept, this film was relatively pointless. It's one of those that is slow going, builds up gradually and then disappoints right at the moment where you're desperate for it to drop in a magnificent bombshell. When a girl gets a lift home from a stranger after college, they decide to take a short cut (as they always do in these films) and end up being driven off road by some vehicle that then appears to vanish. Once they come around, they are snowed in in the middle of nowhere, with no food, water or heat. Desperate to make contact for help, but limited to the warmth of their car, they try in vain to shout down some locals that appear to be loitering nearby. After being ignored on several attempts, the couple realise that these individuals are not your everyday humans, and soon become plagued by the strange events that begin to pan out. Trying desperately to continue making contact with civilisation but suffering major déjà vu from the subsequent escape attempts, it becomes a battle against time to try and survive the freezing cold temperatures of the night. I didn't anticipate where this was ever going to go but I thought there might have been one of those random gory moments that sees someone have to amputate their limbs due to it being stuck (or having frostbite). No such luck though I'm afraid as the entire concept was devoted to ghoulish goings-on with added mystery and suspense that really didn't amount to anything memorable, other than a tale about a haunted back road, following the aftermath of past crashes! For a Halloween film, this wasn't the most sinister of choices I made, but I guess it's a lesson learnt and another horror movie ticked off the checklist.