First and most glaringly, the music for the film, especially the intro and the credits, doesn't at all match anything to do with horror. TBH, the music that starts during the final "twist" freeze-frame of the movie kills whatever mood it may have built up over its overlong, poorly paced story. Second and nearly as glaringly, the dubbing is pretty bad and pretty egregiously so at times, especially when it's without question not the voice of the actor or actress whose mouth is moving at the time. As for the rest of the movie, it's not exactly poorly made. It took everything it had for it to manage to be adequate, and even then it was unevenly so. All that said, it wasn't unenjoyable, particularly as a throwback to days of yore when gas was hardly ever $1.00/gallon. -- It's a 4 out of 10, at best, but it manages to work enough overall.