Directed by Edward Anderson
A trip home turns deadly when two women are kidnapped by a crazy shuttle driver. When Jules and Mel return from a girls' weekend vacation, they find themselves stranded at the airport, late on a rainy night. Eager to get home safe and sound, they board an airport shuttle with a helpful, friendly driver for the short trip... that turns out to be anything but. From writer-director Edward Anderson, making his directorial debut, comes a terrifying thriller about a night that starts like any other, and a ride home that descends into darkness and sadistic terror.
A trip home turns deadly when two women are kidnapped by a crazy shuttle driver.
Cast: Tony Curran, Peyton List, Cameron Goodman
Psychologically disturbing. Hit hard for me to think this kind of thing does actually happen here in the states. ‘Shuttle’ is very similar to ‘I Spit On Your Grave 2’.
Good movie, with a nice twist. Worth the watch!
For those who says they wish the girl would’ve fought harder, I bet if their in a situation like that they be shitting their pants. Movies that shows how someone beats the bad person isn’t the reality most of the times it’s the opposite people are to in shock and scared to fight. GREAT MOVIE BY THE WAY👍👍🏾
Pretty good, but lots of plot holes once you actually try to think about it. Also it started feeling really drawn out around 3/4th of the way through.
Spoiler but I’m confused why they took the time to cut to the clerk calling 911 if there’s was pay off for it.