End Trip, the psychological thriller from writer-director Aaron Jay Rome and prolific pictures will make you think twice about tapping the screen to order your next Uber ride. This moody, character driven film slowly taunts the viewer with the unsettling ideas of stolen identity as it reveals the intentions of its mentally disturbed killer. Find out more in this End Trip Movie Review.
When you think about the fact that you’re getting into the car of a complete stranger — something they warned you not to do in grade school for various reasons — the ridesharing business would seem ripe for tales of horror. Prolific Pictures is readying what they call an “Uber Frightening Thriller” for its debut at Cannes.