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Hitch-Hike Movie Download

Hitch-Hike YTS
Hitch-Hike YTS
1977 [ITALIAN]
Action / Crime / Drama / Thriller
1 hr 44 min

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Plot Summary:
A bickering couple driving cross-country pick up a murderous hitchhiker who threatens to kill them unless they take him to a sanctuary. In return he agrees to split some bank loot he has on him.
Pasquale Festa Campanile
Top Cast
Franco Nero as Walter Mancini

Corinne Cléry as Eve Mancini

Hitch-Hike 1977 [ITALIAN] 720p.BluRay

839.01 MB
Italian 2.0

23.976 fps
1 hr 44 min
Seeds 2.

Hitch-Hike 1977 [ITALIAN] 1080p.BluRay

1.65 GB
Italian 2.0

23.976 fps
1 hr 44 min
Seeds 11.

Hitch-Hike review

Reviewed by Woodyanders

8 / 10

A sensationally sleazy “danger on the road” favorite
“Hitchhike” is a remarkably harsh and startling example of the back-roads killer thriller genre. It’s a truly harrowing homicidal hitchhiker opus with a stand-out psycho perf by the ever-intense David Hess as a dangerous highway bandit who forces both Franco Nero and Corrine Clery as a bickering unhappily married couple to give him a ride. Pretty soon everyone in the cramped confined car are pushing each other’s buttons. Nero especially falls prey to Hess’ toxic influence; he slowly, but surely starts tapping into his heretofore repressed wild animal side as Hess helps himself to Nero’s gorgeous wife (Clerry deserves special props for her very brave and unabashedly open performance). Things reach a full boil as the film progresses, leading to a truly jolting conclusion which I will not reveal. Trust me; this one is a true shocker with some nice’n’nasty nihilistic surprises and an unsparingly rough tone. It’s expertly directed by Pasquale Festa Companile, with uniformly excellent acting from the whole cast (Hess in particular is wonderfully repulsive in his finest screen scumbag role to date), a tasty Ennio Morricone score, and several jarring outbursts of blood-curdlingly brutal violence, this unsung gem is well worth picking up. It’s done in that slick’n’sleazy style that’s a true marvelous hallmark of 70’s Italian exploitation cinema. It even comes complete with a disturbingly dark, yet provocative point about human nature: We all have a latent capacity for extreme evil; all we need is the right negative stimulus to activate it. My only gripe is this horrendously sappy hippie folk tune that occasionally plays on the soundtrack; it’s a simply irritating ditty that hurts the pic more than helps it. That minor criticism aside, this one overall rates as a real hair-raising winner.Read More