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Sunday, 19 July 2015

Rest Stop: Don't Look Back (2008)

John Shiban returns to the back roads and faded 'missing' posters of his first film, this time only in the writer's seat, invariably to present the back story of the infamous KZL-303. A year after the events of Rest Stop, family of the missing couple attempt to track them down. The main characters are stencil-thin: the testosterone-laden male, the adventurous yet slutty blonde and the over-zealous and under-muscled nerd. The only worthy note is the action, while the laughable story leads us down a road of conjecture and bad Native American folk tales.

1 porta-potty tipping out of 5

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