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Movie Info & Cast


In the action packed thriller, TRAFFIK, Brea (Paula Patton) and John (Omar Epps) are off for a romantic weekend in the mountains. Isolated at a remote estate, the couple is surprised by the arrival of two friends, Darren (Laz Alonso) and Malia (Roselyn Sanchez). Just when the weekend starts to get back on track, a violent biker gang turns up and begins to torment them. The foursome are forced to fight for their lives against the gang who will stop at nothing to protect their secrets. The film is written and directed by Deon Taylor, and produced by Roxanne Avent, Paula Patton and Taylor. Codeblack Films, a division of Lionsgate will release the film wide on April 27, 2018.


  • Paula Patton
  • William Fichtner
  • Dawn Olivieri
  • Missi Pyle
  • Roselyn Sanchez
  • Luke Goss
  • Omar Epps
  • Laz Alonso
  • Lorin McCraley
  • Stacey Arwen Raab

Atom User Reviews

Verified Review

Paula was the worst her acting SUCKED and the guy omg the worst I waited for this movie and omg it was the worst I actually went to sleep on the end my boyfriend had to tell me the end it was a waste of my money I was very disappointed!!

Tonya J
Verified Review

A must see!

Tonja M


May 9, 2018

There doesn’t seem to be any insidious motivation behind writer/director Deon Taylor’s vision for his film, no purposeful undermining of the real impact of sex slavery by coating it in a veneer similar to what can modestly be described as a highly eroticized, run-off-the-mill basic cable home invasion thriller. It’s misguided, not nefarious.

Oktay Ege Kozak
Paste Magazine
Apr 20, 2018

An attractive cast led by a vibrant, all-in Paula Patton and spiffy visuals courtesy of renowned cinematographer Dante Spinotti make the sleaze and predictable plotting go down a bit easier than they would have otherwise, but there's still no disguising the project's fundamentally lurid underpinnings.

Metacritic review by Todd McCarthy
Todd McCarthy
The Hollywood Reporter
Apr 20, 2018

It’s kind of hard to know where to begin with what’s wrong in Traffik, a movie where every scene takes about twice as long as it feels like it should, and the characters far too often make an escalating series of implausible and/or stupid decisions.

Metacritic review by Todd Gilchrist
Todd Gilchrist