One more strenuously quirky, testosterone-fueled attempt to appropriate the Quentin Tarantino formula and mix up a cult hit. Writer-director Michael Covert introduces a variety of killers, creeps and born victims, and sends them down a series of desolate highways
towards a date with destiny at an isolated diner. Squabbling Mafia hit men (James Russo and Joe Viterelli) with a cop in the trunk of their Lincoln Town car, sex-mad honeymooners with a pile of stolen cash, a high-strung dad (Eric Roberts) pushed to the limit by his horrid family, trash-talking
drug dealers, a serial killer posing as a vacuum-cleaner salesman (John Savage) and the baby-voiced housewife (Je...