Warner Home Video has announced Rest Stop Don’t Look Back (trailer), which stars Richard Tillman, Jessie Ward, and Graham Norris. DVD Active reports that the Shawn Papazian directed horror will be available to own from the 7th October, and should retail at around $24.98. Extras will include a commentary by Writer/Producer John Shiban and Director Shawn Papazian, an alternate ending, deleted scenes (“Buddy”, “Meet the Family”, “Dinner with the Family”), a Doomed to Repeat: The Mythology of Rest Stop featurette, and an additional scene (“The Owner’s Demise”). Read on for the cover art.
One year after running away from home, Nicole (Julie Mond) and Jesse (Joey Mendicino) are still missing. When Jesse’s brother, Tom (Richard Tillman), returns home from active duty, he sets out with his friends Marilyn (Jessie Ward) and Jared (Graham Norris) to locate the lost couple. Their search leads them to the stretch of old highway with a mysterious Rest Stop, where they find themselves in the same predicament as Nicole and Jesse: confronting the madman (Brionne Davis) driving the menacing yellow truck. As their search continues, a run-in with the ubiquitous Winnebago Family leads Marilyn and Jared to ghostly encounters with Nicole. Meanwhile, Tom is kidnapped and tortured by the psycho, but upon his escape he uses the arsenal at his disposal to take his revenge. But bullets alone may not be enough to stop this sociopath bent on death and dismemberment.
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