Roy’s was filmed at Roy's Motel and Café in Amboy, California.

Highest Rated: In desperation, the pair pulls up to a run-down gas station. The demons pull Danny out of the car; Jesse leaves him behind and drives away.

Daryl and Cait are caught while Jem hides. Kate Beahan as Cait.

Inside, the men witness strange events as the creatures stalk them from afar. They are chased by one of the floating creatures, but Jack accelerates and runs it down. She runs away and they kill Daryl.

Kate Beahan Celebrity Profile - Check out the latest Kate Beahan photo gallery, biography, pics, pictures, interviews, news, forums and blogs at Rotten Tomatoes! [15] The film went onto screen at the AFI Fest,[16] Fantastic Fest,[17] and the Sitges Film Festival,[18], On February 5, 2016, the film's theatrical run began on in a limited release and was subsequently released on video on demand on February 9, 2016. As he does, one of the floating creatures can be seen on the edge of the road overseeing the events.

Surprisingly, the other two tell her to leave. The songs "Don't Let the Party End" and "Goodbye, Goodbye" are used in both though different parts of the songs are played. HOW'D IT GET BURNED, HOW'D IT GET BURNED?! Distracted, he does not see Sadie and she is hit by his car. Might we suggest The Overnight? says: Inside the room, he finds his sister Jesse (Tipper Newton) applying a tattoo to a patron's back. She hangs up, and walks into a bar named The Trap; across the parking lot, Danny (David Yow) gets out of his car. Sister Willow Found a hidden gem on Amazon Prime Video that’s not on our list? She smiles and turns on the radio. The filmmakers aren't after tidy tales, neatly connected and concluded. [34][35], These allusions and easter eggs include the clearly visible bullet wound on Mitch; the blood spatter on the motel wall; bullet holes that mysteriously appear after Mitch becomes trapped in the motel, implying a connection between the room and bullet wound's scar on Mitch; the implication that the ancillary characters have all participated in the situations before; the same dispatch voice heard every time a character calls 911; the inference that Danny has transcended the physical world to find his sister; the use of Carnival of Souls (the films share similar themes and storylines); the clerk at the truck stop is named "Sutter" which is an allusion to "Sutter Kane" from John Carpenter's In the Mouth of Madness, another film with similar themes; mirrored dialogue, scenes and images throughout; the creatures being visible in each story; elements of the production design that include the word "fear" visible in the magazine Sutter is reading; the flyer for The White Tights in the Jailbreak segment, Jack's "Only God Can Judge Me" tattoo, and the name of the bar that Danny breaks into: "The Trap".[6]. These include: "Watch the First Seven Minutes of TIFF Horror Sensation 'Southbound,,, "Watch the First Seven Minutes of Horror Anthology Southbound", "MEET THE CREW: Composers: Louis Castle and James Bairian",,, "Horror Anthology 'Southbound' Bought by The Orchard for North America",,,,,,, "We're the filmmakers and cast behind the movie Southbound, ASK US ANYTHING! [11] The official soundtrack was released on February 9, 2016 by Headquarters Music. At the same motel are Sadie (Fabianne Therese), Ava (Hannah Marks), and Kim (Nathalie Love), traveling musicians in a band called The White Tights. Mitch is trapped in the hallway of the house, tormented until death by the regret he was not able to help his daughter. For now though, enjoy these hand-picked hidden gems, and let us know what you think of them.

81% The voices begin to laugh at Lucas, and he hangs up. Warren, revealed to be a demon, cuts a gash into Danny's back; Danny blows off Warren's clawed hand with the shotgun. "Southbound" has one killer segment, and then four that are totally OK. That's an average ratio for these types of movies, as so many of their creators take the abbreviated length of their respective shorts as an excuse to slack off (as with the headache that is "The ABCs of Death"). [14] Shortly after, The Orchard acquired distribution rights to the film. Outside, the ground opens up as the enigmatic floating creatures from below come through the dead bodies. One of the men whispers to Cait what Daryl did and she is astonished at her husband's secret. says: "[26], Frank Scheck of The Hollywood Reporter gave the film a positive review: "The vignettes are cleverly interwoven by having situations or characters bleeding over from one to the next, and despite the multiple helmers and scripters involved the film boasts a strong stylistic consistency. "[22] Metacritic reports a 58 out of 100 rating based on 11 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews". Jack is grabbed by the creature in the bathroom with a T-shirt, which is what he used to kill Cait. Jem (Hassie Harrison) exits the bathroom at Freez'n Over and sees Jesse walk back to the secret door. The driver of the car, Lucas (Mather Zickel), talks to his wife Claire on the phone. Richard Roeper of the Chicago Sun-Times, who wrote that "It's one of the smartest and scariest movies in recent memory"[24][25] and Rolling Stone's David Ehrlich wrote that the movie was "Like episodes of Twilight Zone that a baked Rod Serling might have written after watching Carnival of Souls, these chapters are eerie to the extreme, and seedy enough to make you feel like you're watching something you were never meant to see. How'd it get burned? Edward Malus Jack tries to leave as the creatures close in on the pair, and is killed. Out in the desert, Mitch sees the creatures stalking them but does not tell Jack. Oct 12, 1974, Birthplace: HOW'D IT GET BURNED, HOW'D IT GET BURNED?! It gets under your skin because it knows there's nothing scarier than realizing that—no matter how far you drive—the evil in your rearview mirror is always closer than it appears. How'd it get burned? The Wicker Man (2006), Birthday: Browsing the nooks and crannies of its library can feel like being trapped in a Blockbuster store the size of… well… an Amazon warehouse. says: Critics Consensus: Southbound doesn't entirely avoid the jarring shifts common to anthology films, but thanks to some thrilling twists and turns, this horror road movie is a surprisingly smooth ride.

Additionally, The Way Out and The Way In have numerous connective visual and audible easter eggs throughout to establish the narrative and physical connection between stories that create the film's never-ending loop as well as point towards the film's hidden meanings. Don’t worry, though, we’re here to help. Copyright © Fandango.

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