• Traffik (2018)


Release Date: April 20th, 2018

R |1 hr 36 min

Plot Summary

Brea and John embark on a romantic weekend getaway to an isolated estate in the mountains. They are pleasantly surprised when two of their friends, Darren and Malia, also show up unexpectedly. Their plans for fun soon give way to terror when members of a violent biker gang invade the peaceful countryside. Banded together, they now find themselves in a fight for their lives as their assailants will stop at nothing to protect their secrets from the outside world.

Cast: Paula Patton, Omar Epps, Laz Alonso, Roselyn Sanchez, Dawn Olivieri, Luke Goss, Missi Pyle, William Fichtner

Director: Deon Taylor

Genres: Thriller , Action

Production Co: Codeblack Films, Hidden Empire Film Group, Third Eye Productions

Distributors: Codeblack Films, Lionsgate Films, Summit Entertainment

Keywords: Escape, 2010s, Gripping, Pursuit

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  • 55
    Todd GilchristTheWrap

    It’s kind of hard to know where to begin with what’s wrong in Traffik, a movie where every scene takes about twice as long as it feels like it should, and the characters far too often make an escalating series of implausible and/or stupid decisions. show more

  • 40
    Todd McCarthyThe Hollywood Reporter

    An attractive cast led by a vibrant, all-in Paula Patton and spiffy visuals courtesy of renowned cinematographer Dante Spinotti make the sleaze and predictable plotting go down a bit easier than they would have otherwise, but there's still no disguising the project's fundamentally lurid underpinnings. show more

  • 40
    Oktay Ege Kozak Paste Magazine

    There doesn’t seem to be any insidious motivation behind writer/director Deon Taylor’s vision for his film, no purposeful undermining of the real impact of sex slavery by coating it in a veneer similar to what can modestly be described as a highly eroticized, run-off-the-mill basic cable home invasion thriller. It’s misguided, not nefarious. show more

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