Hit and Run

2009

Hit and Run

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A young Spring Break reveler runs a man down on a dark country road, only to find that the man she left for dead is still very much alive, and starving for revenge. Mary Murdock (Laura Breckenridge) was heading home from a night of hard partying when she hit a big bump on the back roads. Pulling over to investigate, Mary is horrified to discover a man grotesquely affixed to her front bumper. Panicked, she beats him furiously, buries him in the forest, and carries on as if nothing ever happened. But Mary's nightmare is only getting started, because the man she thought she killed has tracked her down, and he's eager to return the favor. It wasn't long ago that Mary was more concerned with covering up the evidence than wondering if she'll live to see another day, but when her victim returns with revenge on the brain, she is quickly drawn into a bloody game of kill or be killed.

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Audience Reviews for Hit and Run

  • Jun 07, 2011
    The story was pretty good, it's just that it got just a little too boring and off track at some points.
    Jacob P Super Reviewer
  • Oct 12, 2009
    Not bad, Not bad at all
    Brody M Super Reviewer
  • Sep 14, 2009
    If this were billed as a comedy, I would give it 4 stars. However, it is billed as a horror/suspense movie so in that regard it was horrible. The ending was the worst, yet funniest part of the film! Only watch this if you want to laugh...
    Sarah P Super Reviewer
  • Aug 22, 2009
    Really weird movie. The main actress was horrible, and the boyfriend wasn't much better. The only one who was decent was the deranged guy that she hit with her car. It wasn't good, but it was different.
    Erin C Super Reviewer

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