Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Robert Harmon|
|Music by||Mark Isham|
|Edited by||Chris Peppe|
|Distributed by||New Line Cinema|
A man known only as Rennie (Jim Caviezel) is motivated by revenge to track down and kill the man who ran over his wife, a serial killer (Colm Feore) immobilized by the man himself. The killer uses a wheelchair. He drives a 1972 Cadillac Eldorado to stalk and kill his victims in car accidents. When the serial killer makes a young woman (Rhona Mitra) his next target, the man has to stop the killer once and for all.
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Anna Smith from Empire Magazine gave the film 2/5 stars, writing, "Both the well-choreographed crash scenes and the gritty cinematography hint at a better film. Shame no-one took the time to make it." Jamie Russell from BBC awarded the film 1/5 stars, calling it "a five-lane pileup on the freeway to hell". Mark Savlov from Austin Chronicle gave the film 2/5 stars, stating that the film "lacks the sprawling, Westernized mythos of The Hitcher and feels, in the end, like a previously owned nightmare sorely in need of a new universal hell joint."
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- Smith, Anna. "Highwaymen Review". Empire Online.com. Anna Smith. Retrieved 10 August 2018.
- Russell, Jamie. "BBC - Films - Highwaymen". BBC.co.uk. Jamie Russell. Retrieved 10 August 2018.
- Savlov, Marc. "Highwaymen - Film Calendar - The Austin Chronicle". Austin Chronicle.com. Marc Savlov. Retrieved 10 August 2018.