Synopsis: Stranded at the side of the road after a tire blowout, a group of friends become targets for an enigmatic sniper.
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Director(s): Ryûhei Kitamura
Production: Eleven Arts
  1 nomination.
Rotten Tomatoes:
90 min

like, a specific time tonight?

Not really.

'Cause I was thinking if it's

cool with everybody else,

we could drop her off

and just double back.

I don't want everyone

to have to change their plans

-on my account.

-I don't have any plans.

Me neither,

not till tomorrow.

No worries.

[Jeff] Probably add

another hour.

But we'd have enough time

to fix the tire

and get you to

your sister's on time.


And works for us.

-Four minutes and counting.

-[Todd grunts]

Hey, it ain't over

till it's over.

It's almost over.


Hey, the shade's on this side,

by the way.

You wanna sit?

All right, all right.

Ready? Yep.


I forgot his name.



My brain kept

saying "Josh."

When he handed me this,

I was so close to saying,

"Thanks, Josh."

He likes you.

We just met.

He's-- he's being nice.

He likes you.

-[Sara] Oh, man.


Loosened it up for me.

Ah, see?

That's very kind you to say so.

Oh, that's verykind.


I have to get me

some of those.

[laughs] Yeah,

yeah, you do.

Yeah, well,

I gotta get me one of these.

Elevate our tail-gating game.

Lot of vehicle for a couple.

My uncle's got a six-seater.

He's also got triples.

Yeah, well, I'm in a band.

It's good for lugging around

our equipment, you know?


I'm gonna sit

in the shade a sec.

She okay?

Yeah. It's--

it's just the heat.

[Sara] Hey, guys.

Hello, hello.

-[Keren] Yep.

-[Jodi laughs]

How's it going out there?

Um... [chuckles]

I mean, technically,

they're doing stuff,

but I'd say we have another,

like, 15 minutes.

-Oh, great.

-And that's a positive estimate.



Okay, don't feel bad.

The average time to change

a tire is, like, 20 minutes.

I know things.

Well, you know,

we still have time, we're good.

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