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Steeped in gallows humor, Stuck is a taut, tense examination of a tragic accident. Read critic reviews

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Passionate hospice worker Brandi Boski (Mena Suvari) believes she will soon be promoted for her hard work. Meanwhile, penniless Thomas Bardo (Stephen Rea) is evicted from his apartment. Their lives intersect in shocking fashion when Brandi hits Thomas with her car. Thomas, lodged in the car's partially shattered windshield, pleads for help, but a frightened Brandi ignores him and drives home. Fearing she may lose her job or receive jail time, she makes a chilling, life-changing decision.

Cast & Crew

Wayne Robson
Mr. Binkley
John Strysik
Screenwriter
Robert Katz
Producer
Ken Gord
Producer
Sam Grana
Executive Producer
John F.S. Laing
Executive Producer
Tim McGrath
Executive Producer
Andrew Arno
Executive Producer
Denis Maloney
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Andy Horvich
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Bobby Johnson
Original Music
Craig Lathrop
Production Design
Alan MacLeod
Set Decoration
Carol Cutshall
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Chris O'Neil
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Critic Reviews for Stuck

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  • Jan 24, 2017
    Obviously not a true story. Brandi accidentally hit a man when she was driving home, the man became stuck in the windshield and she left him to die. There were various incidents where the situation might be uncovered but she avoided them. She became more aggressive in her attempts to keep this under control as the film goes on. The characters were all annoying, you can't really feel mad or sad for anyone, but I have to admit Mena Suvari was pretty good in this film. If you want some brainless fun, maybe this film is for you.
    Sylvester K Super Reviewer
  • Aug 20, 2011
    'Stuck' was a nice surprise. There's kegs of blood but that's not what makes this Amicus produced and Stuart Gordon movie great. The drama that surrounds the main event is every bit as interesting as the horror details. The characters are self-absorbed, callous, morally bankrupt, pleasure seeking humans with feeble minds. 'Stuck' manages to please horror fans, have some humour, and show the vanishing morals of todays youth.
    Jonny B Super Reviewer
  • Jul 02, 2011
    Not what I expected, but still a pretty good flick. It had a great story and good acting.
    Jacob P Super Reviewer
  • Jun 21, 2010
    Running at around 85 minutes, this is the perfect rental from the director of 'Re-Animator'. Stuck has an interesting plot and an impressive film to back it up. Mena, a young NA (hey, that's my job too!) decides to get high during a party. On the ride home, she hits a bum pushing his kart. He is stuck through the window, and she panics and decides to drive home. In her garage, she notices that he is still very much alive. The acting was a surprise considering I can't name any of these actors, who did I fine job giving a realistic feel to Stuck. The dark humor is plentiful but never feels forced, and trust me when I say this; you will look away at parts. Filmmakers of the horror genre should take note, the gore is there and it'll make you feel squeamish. It has the feel of an indie but the quality of a much larger film. This is a grade-A B-movie. Never in a million years did I think I would enjoy this movie as much as I did. It has many different genres in mind, but they all manage to blend together to create something special.
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