The Hitcher | Full Movie
- 1h 23m
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A road trip takes a deadly turn in this terrifying thriller about a young couple (Sophia Bush and Zachary Knighton) tormented by a psychotic hitchhiker (Sean Bean) who forces them to face their fears head-on. The open road becomes a battleground of blood and metal in the race to reveal the chilling truth about this relentless killer. No one knows who he is, what he's after, or how to stop this "truly twisted villain". Watch the madness unfold with intense, edge-of-your-seat chase sequences drive this sinister film to a deadly ending you won't soon forget!
Rotten Tomatoes® Score
Critics Consensus: Sean Bean tries giving motive and emotion to The Hitcher, but director Dave Meyers is more interested in cheap shocks, and gratuitous gore and torture.
New York Post
[It's] cheerfully in touch with its own brainlessness.
March 3, 2019
Bloated, boring and over-explained.
June 21, 2017
Eric Red's sturdy genre script from 1986 has been diluted in the worst way possible.
June 21, 2017
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Common Sense Says
Very bloody remake of Rutger Hauer cult favorite.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this remake of a 1986 horror film about a ruthless killer is violent and bloody from beginning to end. Bloody bodies, body parts, and splats of blood appear repeatedly. Weapons include knives, handguns, shotguns. Cars crash and flip over. Assaults are brutal and gratuitous (a rabbit is killed at start of movie, just because). There are images of gunshots to foreheads, and a stabbing victim lingers for some time, gasping and praying as his chest spurts blood. The goriest bits include a body ripped in half between two trucks (in the original movie, this was implied; here, it's shown) and a shotgun assault. Some fairly mild sexual scenes and strong language, including about 40 uses of "f--k," plus other profanity and sexual slang.
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- Genre:Horror, Thriller, Franchise, Crime
- Release Date:January 19, 2007
- Highest Available for Purchase:HD