Jordan Hayes (Exit Humanity), Max Topplin (The Barrens), James McGowan (Stage Fright), Rosemary Dunsmore (Orphan), Thomas L. Colford (God the Father), Sharon McFarlane (Spotlight), Jana Peck (film debut), Jess Brown (Tapped Out), Sean Sullivan (Wayne’s World), Anthony Ulc (It), Daniel Harroch (The Walk), Sarah Camacho (Mouthpiece), Madison Walsh (Parallel Minds), Pamela MacDonald (Sheltered Life), Katelyn McCulloch (Becoming Burlesque), Shaina Silver-Baird (The Interior)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Michael Nader (film debut), director, writer, editor; William Day Frank (Flock of Four), Jordan Hayes (Almost Anything) and Max Topplin (Almost Anything), producers; Torin Borrowdale (Searching), composer; Jordan Kennington (Body and Bones), cinematographer
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Cami (Hayes) catches a rideshare from the airport towards her father’s place in the middle of nowhere. Her driver, Spencer (Topplin), manages to startle his passenger with his awkward and unsettling behaviour. When the two of them become stranded together when the car breaks down in a secluded area, their suspicions of each other begin to grow – until they discover that they have become trapped in the world of a terrifying supernatural figure known as The Toll Man (Harroch)…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
There are (slightly) greater things to fear than your unsettling Uber driver, as shown in this spooky supernatural horror that plays on paranoia and irrational fears to chilling effect.