A brilliantly suspenseful and tense cat and mouse chase, a great example of a really simple premise turned into a nightmarish scenario
A very simplistic visual representation of constant paranoia and stress. An incredible start to Spielberg’s revolutionary filmography.
Like Jaws, this early Spielberg horror still holds up, dripping in paranoia and tension
Really good film, especially for Spielberg’s first. Although most of the movie is inside the car, it keeps you biting your nails throughout.
Pure, visceral thriller. Quite a grungy, rustic start for Spielberg.
It’s cool to see Spielberg’s first movie, considering the weight his name has now. This film was a lot of fun!
Outstandingly delivered film with a simple story. Would recommend for fans of intense but dragged out films.
Can you make a movie that's just about a truck that chases some guy around? Spielberg can and he does it well.
Slow burning and tense psychological thriller.
It’s fun to see how Spielberg evolved over his career.
Legendary Speilberg film. no dialogue. 18-wheel Trucker tries to run overdriver. Famous for use of shot sequences to build tension. Hohum.
Spielberg's debut is one of the greatest in any director's filmography - pure originality painted in the colours of Cluzot and Hitchcock.
Simple concept that plays out in an entertaining way. Such a bare bones story and minimal acting, it’s hard to really praise it
Non stop thriller and stress. A unique debut from Spielberg.
Intense thriller, a situation no one wants to be in but could happen to anyone. Spielberg allows paranoia to seep in slowly with this movie.
A very strong early Spielberg film. Makes the most of a simple premise and makes you very afraid of not being a courteous driver.
Amazing and perfectly executed, a lesser known early movie from a great director.
I really wanted to see the truck's driver :(
Even it's TV movie, it doesn't lack in any aspects, it entering and good cinematography
Amazing thriller from Speilberg. Good for his first film and better than a lot of what he did later
Fascinating look at Spielberg’s very early career and a really fun movie too. It has a the fingerprints of a fun Spielberg movie.