Synopsis: Brian Barnes (Johnny Messner) wakes up in the desert wounded and with no memory and no idea why he's surrounded by eight bodies, a van with four million in cash and a van full of cocaine. Brian is pursued by not only notorious drug lord Danny Perez (Danny Trejo) who desperately want his money back, and DEA Agent Rooker (Dolph Lundgren), but also a by the corrupt Sheriff Olson (Michael Pare) who will stop at nothing to get his hand on the new found fortune. On the run, Brian discovers the more he remembers the less he wants to know about who he really is.
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F*** me.

Paperwork on this one's

giving me

a pain in the ass already.


What the hell happened?

Well, one thing's for sure --

The Grim Reaper

had himself a good old time.


you better call this in

to the city.

They're gonna want to send out

some CSI technicians.

Don't want us small-town boys

contaminatin' evidence,

do they?

Yes, sir.


Hold on there.

Jackpot. Oh, my God.

Looks like somebody

tried to rip somebody off

and got killed.

It sure looks like it.

Where you goin' now?

I'm going to call it in.


I said, "Hold on here."

With all this blow and cash,

we're just askin' for trouble

just being around it.

Not if no one knows it.

You're kidding, right?

Just think about it, Samuel.

That must be $3 million in cash

in that van.

At least that much in product

in the other one.

No one knows it's out here.


Somebody always knows.

Didn't your wife

just have a baby?

Yes, sir.

I got two --

on the way to college.

I don't know how the hell

I'm gonna pay their tuition.

Room and board.

That's a lot of money, son.

And I'll be honest...

I'm feelin' old.

I'm tired.

Tired of workin' two jobs.

Tired of pickin' up drunks

at 2:
00 in the mornin'

covered in piss and vomit.

Tired of getting' shot at

by some crazy b*tch

'cause her alimony check


I'm just tired.

And, son,

that's a lot of money.

Had you going, kid, didn't I?

You son of a b*tch.

You almost had me.

I'm gonna go call it in.

Sorry, kid.

Just take it easy, now.

Let's talk this through.

Like you did

with that young deputy there?

I'm not worried about him.

I'm worried about you and me.

Don't even try.

Uh, who the hell are you?

I have no idea.


Excuse me, sir.

A moment?


ls that the sheriff?

He's lucky to be alive.

Being prepped for surgery.

anything else?

Agent Rocker, DEA.

The second he wakes up.

I need to know.

You got it.

Let's go piece this together -

before the local cops

mess it up.

We estimate that

nearly 1,000 pounds of cocaine

was brought in

right beneath our noses.

We're on the front line.

And on the front line,

we can't afford to f*** up.

Breaking up these drug cartels

and stemming the flow

of drugs, weapons, and cash

across the Southwest border

is our top and only priority.

I'm all ears.

A sh*t storm

in the middle of nowhere

and a dead deputy.

Davis, I need you

on traffic cams.

- Report back to me A.S.A.P.

- I'm on it.

- A dead deputy?

- Yeah.

Looks like

we're missing someone.

There's a vehicle missing, also.

You know the make and model?

I believe so.

I want roadblocks

on every highway,

people in trains

and bus stations.

And check the hospitals.

This man is wounded.

Copy that.

Take me through it.

We haven't

processed everything yet.

I don't have half the data.

Tell me what you do have.

Well, right now

it's all guesswork.

Just...take a stab at it.

I think our missing friend here

caused most of the damage.

He came out with a two-piece.

Took out perp one and perp two.

Perp three and five,

they got a lot of rounds off.

A lot of shooting.

Nothin' hit. I think they may

have hit one of their own.

I'm still checking

the trajectory on that.

I mean, this guy,

he probably dropped his piece

when he was counting' rounds.

- And that's...

- Smart.


Well, he did take one.

When perp six

hit him in the chest,

perp number seven

made contact down below.

That would explain the blood.

What about the chest hit?

We found a vest.

Had some damage

and some blood on it.

So he was prepared.

Or lucky.

Okay, so, he was down

and there were

still three men standing?

Clearly he cracked

his head pretty good

when he fell down.

He was down, but not out.

Not immediately.

How long before we have

a more complete

ballistics report?

24 hours. Maybe 36.


I can live with that.

As of yet,

we still haven't determined

who our mystery guest is.

We're hoping something comes up

on his DNA report.

Somebody knows.

Somebody always knows.

Ah, great.

Just here to lend you

some local support.

Just don't get in my way.

Heard you were an a**hole.

Find out

how and why this happened.

And find out

where they're taking the bodies.

And I don't care how you do it.

Find a way to get me his body.

Mm-hmm. Yes, baby.

Oh, babe, you make me laugh.

I miss you so much.

You got a bathroom?


It's right over there.


All right.

I should probably go.

Someone's in the store.


Brian Barnes?

Thanks for calling

the Streamline Bus Station.

Bus leaves at 11 :00.

All right. Later!

How can I help you?

I need a locker, please.

It's in the next room.

Have a good day.

Excuse me, sir.

This is a fire lane.

You can't park here.

I'm sorry, Officer. I was

just looking at some directions.

Have a good day.

Oh, sh*t.

Morning, Sheriff.


afternoon at this point.

Please don't get up.

No need to bring

anyone else in here.

DEA, they wanted me to wait,


Well, you see, this situation

is a bit time-sensitive.

So, what happened, Sheriff?

Well, there's not much to say.

We responded to a call.

Couple of hunters saw something'

out at, uh, Morris property.

We checked it out.

You know the rest.

See, I don't, really.

Let's just say

you take me through it.

All of it.

Sh*t. OW! Oh.

What's wrong, cupcake?

What's wrong?

Did you burn yourself?

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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