Pleased To Meat You! Stacy Keach plays Patrick Quid, a truck driver working for "Universal Meals" driving across Australia delivering pork. Armed with a guitar, harmonica and a dingo Quid knows how to entertain himself traveling those endless dusty roads. If he ain't blowing the harmonica he's talking to his dingo or makes funny comments ("sneezy rider") and made-up stories of people passing his truck ... or tries to figure out if the driver of a green van who's been following him for some time is actually a serial killer he's been hearing about on the radio. Things get kinda complicated when he picks up a smart, young and rather boy-ish looking hitchhiker, a runaway named Pamela (Jamie Lee Curtis) They both team up doing a little detective work regarding the green van driver but soon after Quid is branded the prime suspect and Pamela gets kidnapped ... Tomorrow's Bacon? Three years after Patrick down-under director Richard Franklin made one of the most expensive (yep, I watch the extras on DVDs ) Australian films of 1981: Roadgames, a PG-rated genre jumper that's been sold as a slasher (because of Jamie Lee's involvement) - but it ain't. Obviously a fan of Hitchcocks, Franklin was aiming for a Rear Window on wheels kinda thing but didn't really succeed. There are moments of suspense however (fave: desert/lightning scene) and a few well made action scenes (ending). Roadgames is still an amusing and entertaining thriller/road-movie worth giving a spin. Recommended. Video: Anchor Bay released Roadgames in it's original 2.35:1 aspect ratio which is 16:9 enhanced. Print looks clean and fine, a few night scenes are grainy but overall no bitching from me. Audio: You're typical 2.0 mono track. Extras: 20 minutes "making of" featurette: interviews by Franklin and Stacy Keach. They have quite a few interesting tales to tell about the film / Audio commentary by Franklin / Theatrical Trailer / Bio's / DVD-ROM extras (Screenplay).