Four campers are driving across the Australian outback when their car is suddenly run off the road by a massive semi, and realize that their nightmare has just begun after commandeering the vehicle and making a terrifying discovery in the trailers the truck is hauling. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Road Kill definitedly had potentials of being an outstanding, chiilling and frightful horror movie. However, too much silly acting and focus on the egg-headed male motorist initially injured in the begining of the movie. The images of the demonized dogs did little to connect to the expectations of the viewers. The movie's title, "ROAD KILL" did not connect with the theme, and while attempting to reveal the concrete world, it failed miserably to reveal and otherwise supernatural or invisible world!
incomprehensible from beginning to end, this movie never explains what the truck is or where it came from or what the point of the recurring red eyed dogs are about, just plain stupid. bottomline was the truck possesses you with its lameness and you kill your friends out of sheer boredom. if you're looking for something in this theme try joyride, hush, or the original "the hitcher", and don't waste money here.