Trucks

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Released 2000

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Director:
Chris Thomson
Released:
2000
Rating:
PG-13
Trucks is the 2000 made for television adaptation of the popular Stephen King short story of the same name, brought to the small screen by director Chris Thomson. Various characters are trapped at a diner/gas station as semis and other commercial trucks operate on their own. Father and son, Ray (Timothy Busfield) and Logan (Brendan Fletcher) operate the desert spot with pal/cook George (Victor Cowie). Hope (Brenda Bakke) is a former RN who returned to the small desert town of Lunar after a rocky marriage that ended badly. Military man Thad (Roman Podhora) brought along his estranged daughter Abby (Amy Stewart), who reluctantly came along with her father at his ordered request as tourists seeking escape to Lunar, while tagging along also is 50-year-old hippie Jack (Jay Brazeau). Meanwhile two truckers, Bob (Aidan Devine) and Pete (Rick Skene) resist the notion that their trucks will remain without the drivers who occupy the vehicle seats. A visiting couple, car salesman Brad (Jonathan Barrett) and displeased wife June (Sharon Bajer) are also in Lunar as tourists. One by one, the group fall victim to the homicidal trucks. Cool heads will have to prevail if they have any chance of survival. Is there any hope for this group?moreless
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    B-Movie Horror, Horror Masters, Thrillers