Fender Bender

Synopsis: In a small New Mexico town, a 17-year-old high school girl who just got her driver's license gets into her first fender bender, innocently exchanging her personal information with an apologetic stranger. Later that stormy night, she is joined in her desolate suburban home by a couple of her school friends who try their best to make a night out of it, only to be visited by the stranger she so willingly handed all of her information to -- a terrifying and bizarre serial killer who stalks the country's endless miles of roads and streets with his old rusty car, hungrily searching for his next unsuspecting victim.
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Director(s): Mark Pavia
Production: Brainstorm Media
91 min


No, I already called.

Yeah, they're gonna send

someone in the morning.

No, it was totally his fault,

which is probably the only good news.

Oh, thank you.

But I think I'm staying in tonight.

I've got a hot date, you know,

with a bubble bath and a bottle of wine.

Tell everyone I said hi though,

okay, and have fun.




My God.

This is what I need.





You were right.

Oh, Christ.

How could I be so stupid?

Look, don't beat yourself up about it.

There's no way you could have known.

Well, you obviously did.

That's only because I saw him passing

notes to the little slut in study hall.

And then Erik's seen them at disco

bowling last weekend at The Pins.

- If it wasn't for all that...

- You're right.

Then we'd all be fooled

by Mr. Dimples and Perfect Pecs.

What are the a**holes doing now?

She teaching him the best way

to execute a mount?

Oh, they're just having a great old time.

All laughs and smiles

and perfectly timed hair flips.

So gross.

Oh, my God.


I gotta go.

You're not gonna confront them?

I can't do that.

- Yes, you can!

- No, I can't.

You could, not me.

- But...

- I'll call you later, okay?

Oh, sh*t.


- Go to hell, Andy.

- Hilary, can we just talk about this?

No, we can't, and congratulations,

you two make an incredible couple.

Look, it doesn't mean anything.

She doesn't mean anything.

You're my girl, Hill.

Not anymore.

Oh, my God.

You're f***ing kidding me!

Hey, there.


I am so sorry. Are you alright?

No, I'm fine. What happened?

It was the craziest thing.

I took my eye off the road for one moment

to change the radio station.

Next thing I knew... bam, you were

right on top of me from out of the blue.

I really should've known better at my age.

Again, so sorry.

- Great.

- Look at that.

Oh, my parents are gonna kill me.

- Hey, this is on me. Entirely my fault.

- No. God.

This is my mom's brand new car.


I'm sure they'll understand.

Yeah, that would be amazing.

But you don't know my parents.

Oh, it's just a fender bender, right?

Nothing too serious.

I hope you're right.

These things happen all the time.

No, not to me they don't.

Never, actually.

This is your first time?

Yeah. It's my first accident.

I just got my driver's license.

A virgin.

Excuse me?

When it comes to something like this.

Yeah, I suppose you're right.

I should get a cake or something, right?

So, should we exchange?



should we exchange our information?

- Yeah.

- No need to involve the police.

Something as inconsequential

as this, right?

No, I guess not.

I'm sure they have bigger fish to fry.

In this town, don't be too sure.

I'm gonna be right back.

Yes, me too.

Uh, um.

I think everything's on there.

Looks great.

I tried to remember everything

that they told us.


And for you.

Oh, thanks.

Well, alright.

Well, I guess that just about does it.

- Okay.

- Oh, pictures.

Excuse me?

Um, they told us to take pictures

of the accident scene.

All the damages, everything.

Yes, of course.

Um, I suppose I need one

of you, too, if you don't mind.


You too.

Of me and my car, I mean.

That won't be necessary.

Are you sure?


'Kay, well, I think that's it then.

I guess it is.

'Kay, well, bye then.

Goodbye, Hilary.


Hey, oh, my God, Rachel just told me.

Are you okay?

You will not believe

what just happened to me.

The bastard dropped to his knees

begging for forgiveness?

- I was just hit.

- Wait, he hit you?

No, an accident.

I was just in a car accident.

Wait, what? Are you serious? Are you okay?

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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