Thriller in which a late night airport shuttle ride descends into terror. When Jules (Cameron Goodman) and Mel (Peyton List) return from a girls' weekend away, they find themselves stranded at the airport on a rain-drenched night. When they board an airport shuttle driven by a seemingly helpful, friendly driver (Tony Curran), the ride soon turns out to be anything but safe...
A remorseless march into the dark --Roger Ebert
A decently twisty indie thriller ... proves confident and eventful enough --Variety.com
If you step aboard "Shuttle," be prepared for one heck of a ride filled with suspense, action and ever-escalating terror … an ingenious thriller. Anderson's imagination and attention to detail never flag, and the ensuing plight of the passengers has a chilling, creepily consistent credibility. His people are well-defined and well-played. Violence and horror erupt, yet "Shuttle" is consistently compelling and ever-tantalizing --Los Angeles Times
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