The Traveler

Synopsis: A bloody, and gruesome thriller, THE TRAVELER stars Val Kilmer as a mysterious stranger whose past threatens to haunt the lives of six unsuspecting sheriff's deputies. The moment he arrives in their small town police station confessing to multiple murders, their lives are forever changed.forever...
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Director(s): Michael Oblowitz
Production: Paramount Pictures
  2 wins & 1 nomination.
Rotten Tomatoes:
96 min




come back here.

Come back here


Daddy! Daddy Daddy!

Go inside. Rot again.

It is pouring down outside.

Good work, Hawkins.

- Let the walk out of your ass, Gulloy.

Very inappropriate language.

Show me that hosts do not stop somewhere where the sun does not shine.

Das I highly inappropriate.

- Calm down, Gulloy.

And you, leave it alone, it will have a long night.

Marry Christmas.

Jesus, Gulloy, turn the heat down once, it's like Christmas in Auschwitz.

Why do not we wait until the end of the year?

Because we are lazy.


Speak for yourself.

Come on, Jeannie.

Watch out, Jeannie.

Robin Hood here is known for his firing arrows at young girls.

Believe me, I'm very good at dodging arrows.

Oh, oh, that was an uncomfortable silence?


Quietly spoken about why cell phones work tonight?

Have you received?

- No, not for hours.

Storm sucks.

- Get off my desk.

F*ck you.

To erase this message press 3. To save this message press 2.

To listen to this message press 1.

Alex, I need time to think, okay?

I just need some time.

Since Mary died has never been the same measurements.

I take the kids with the holiday, back to my parents.

End of message

For the best daddy in the world.


Can I serve you with something?

Yes, I would like to make a confession.


- I am here to confess guilt.

What confess?


Come here, I need help.

I'll go.

Gulloy. Jesus.

What the hell is the problem?

- Come here!

Watch what is going on here?

Who are you?

I thought Dick Tracy was going home tonight?

Are the children still waiting for you?

No, they are the parents. I see them tomorrow.

Dead Men's Hand''''

- I was lucky, apparently you can not go home.

Our service could use some company. Yes, as before, Jack.

I'll look at Hawkins.

Excuse me.

What happens, Gulloy? Step aside.

What is going on here?

- This guy says he has slain man.

Let's take it easy, Gulloy.

Gulloy, put the gun away. You, hands on your head!

Who are you?

Hands on your head.

I said, throw your gun down!

- He has his hands on his head!

Gulloy, put your gun away.

Hey, hey, hey. What is this?

Gulloy said that this guy walked in and said that someone he had slain.

Gulloy, put your weapon away before I push it down your throat.

You. Put your hands above your head.

I said put your hands above your head.

Okay. Tough guy.

Take him to the interrogation room.

Keep an eye on him.

What would you like to do? Shoot him?

No, just ...

You go sharpen your pencils and let the real work of adults.

What are the state police here tonight?

What's up, guys?

Fratelli, say it again.

- There was a serious accident on the highway.

It takes all night to the messes.

We train traffic to and have the exit ramp closed.

So you are a quiet night.

- It's quiet during the holidays anyway.

I thought you all would be home working with presents from the suits.


Well, you married men, wanted a good night.

Dress your well.

Well, who do you slain?


This guy is crazy, let him.

It is for me not how I gaped.

Come on, Jack.

Everything's all in the eyes.

And your eyes are full of fear.

Do you think I am afraid of you?

- You're scared for everybody.

Back to the schoolyard.

There you hid for a street kid.

Afraid of what the kids would say behind your back.

Am I right?

- Shut up!

Come on, Jack, do not be fooled by a dinosaur story.

F*ck you.

- Hey, hey!

Everything okay here?


- Hawkins?


Okay, name?

I said name?

What is your name, God damn?


That really helps me.

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