Is there the Hitcher 2?
The Hitcher II: I’ve Been Waiting is a 2003 American road thriller film directed by Louis Morneau and starring C. Thomas Howell, returning as Jim Halsey, Kari Wuhrer as his girlfriend Maggie, and Jake Busey as psychotic hitchhiker Jack. It is the sequel to the 1986 film The Hitcher.
Is The Hitcher based on true story?
It’s also one hell of a road movie. A product of myth, urban legend, and true crime (for example spree killer Billy Cook, who inspired The Hitch-hiker), The Hitcher taps into our deepest fears, reflecting the growing dangerousness of an American pastime: hitchhiking.
Who played Foyet?
C. Thomas HowellCriminal Minds
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Where was Hitcher filmed?
The Hitcher Filming Locations: The Hitcher was filmed at locations in California including Death Valley National Park. The sandstorm scenes were filmed at Death Valley Junction, California. The abandoned garage is still there! The truck stop scene was filmed in the High Desert, Hesperia, CA.
How is the Hitcher 2 I’ve Been Waiting?
The Hitcher 2: I’ve Been Waiting is less a sequel and more a remake, except with less style and inferior production values. January 4, 2004 | Rating: 1.5/4 | Full Review…
Is there a sequel to the Hitcher 2?
The Hitcher 2: I’ve Been Waiting is less a sequel and more a remake, except with less style and inferior production values. January 4, 2004 | Rating: 1.5/4 | Full Review… It’s the sequel to the original 1984 film and it’s not great but sadly it’s a little better than the remake to the original.
Which is the best movie of the Hitcher?
I’ll tell you. The first Hitcher film is one of my favourite thrillers of the 80’s that had you on the edge of your seat the entire film and actually had the balls to dispatch main characters along it’s course.
What happens to Jim Halsey in the Hitcher?
Schmigadoon! Years after being traumatized by a hitchhiker, Jim Halsey (C. Thomas Howell) is trying to piece his life back together. After being suspended from the police force, he decides to return to Texas to speak with a friend about his problems.