As the world advances in its technology, ridesharing services like Uber rise in popularity. While Uber feels safer as you can see the profile of who’s picking you up, you may never truly know your driver. Or, for that matter, you may never truly know your passenger. That is the starting point of the new psychological horror film from Michael Nader, The Toll, where Cami (Jordan Hayes, who also produces) is coming home from a trip and, instead of asking her father to come get her, decides to get in an Uber-adjacent for her hour-long trip home. That’s where the socially awkward Spencer (Max Topplin, who also produces) comes into play.
Tag: Psychological horror
The Filmcraziest Show Interview: Jordan Hayes and Max Topplin, “The Toll”
Here's a new interview podcast with Jordan Hayes and Max Topplin, stars of the new psychological horror film THE TOLL. We chat the anxiety of the film and what it was like butting heads on screen while being real-life best friends.
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Silent House (2012)
Silent House Release Date: March 9, 2012 Director: Chris Kentis, Laura Lau Stars: Elizabeth Olsen, Adam Trese, Eric Sheffer Stevens Runtime: 86 min Tagline: Inspired by true events. Yet another film sucked me in by the whole ‘inspired by true events’ pitch. Sarah (Elizabeth Olsen) and her father, John (Adam Trese), are renovating their family’s lakeside … Continue reading Silent House (2012)
The Strangers review
The Strangers Release Date: May 30, 2008 Director: Bryan Bertino Stars: Scott Speedman, Liv Tyler, Gemma Ward Runtime: 86 min Tagline: Lock the door. Pretend you’re safe. The Strangers offers a spooky and fairly unique experience. James Hoyt (Scott Speedman) and Kristen McKay (Liv Tyler) have just returned to a remote Hoyt family vacation home after … Continue reading The Strangers review