Hit and Run

Synopsis: Mary Murdock, a college student, thinks she's hit and killed a cat with her car driving home drunk from a party. She is horrified beyond words when she gets home and discovers a man's nearly dead body impaled on the bumper of her Jeep. Terrified and irrational, Mary is faced with a series of decisions that determine her fate.
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Director(s): Enda McCallion
Production: Ithaka Entertainment
84 min

No, no, no. No. Come on. Come on.

No, no, no. I can't. I gotta go!

All right. All right. Cheers. Come on.

- Mary! Come on!

- Come back.

Oh! Mary, what's this?

You slipping out on me?

No. I was looking for you. I just...

I have to go home, Rick. I'm exhausted.

Come on, Mary. It's f***ing spring break.

No, Rick. I'm wiped, okay?

I have to go home. I'm sorry.

You can watch me dance.

I got a new move.


Yeah, that's funny.

Get out of the f***ing road!

Hey, learn how to drive, you f***ing prick!

F*** you!

Hey. Hey! Forgetting something?

Okay, Rick, I really have to go.

- What's with you tonight?

- Rick...

Look at me, I'm exhausted. I just...

I have to go home, okay?

I'll call you. I promise.

- Sure you're good to drive?

- Yeah.

Yes. I'm fine.

All right.

Take care.


WNPC, New Jersey.

Hey, you kids out there on joyrides,

spring break is here!

This is Eddie the Spaz

coming to you this Friday night,

and the countdown begins right now

to a nonstop weekend Spaz-a-thon,

with me, the Super Spaz.

No sleep, no breaks,

just me and you, my little rodents.

Meanwhile, the weather just in

from Mexico City,

chilly tonight, hot tamale.

- Yeah, baby.

- Oh, dear God.




Sh*t. Come on.


Mary, honey, it's Mom.

Dad's boss invited us to his boathouse

for the weekend. Couldn't say no.

We'll be back on Monday.

Have a great weekend. Love you.

Honey, parrots?

Oh, don't forget

to pick up the parrots tomorrow.





I'm going to help you.

Can you hear me?

Can you hear me?



Yes? Yes? You can hear me?

I'm going to help you, okay?

Get off me.


Ladies and gentlemen...

This morning, the town

of Baltimore is trying to come to terms

with 24 hours of...

What the hell? All right...

Murder, mayhem

And aliens...

Now here's Dick with the sports.

Morning, ma'am.

Can I help you?

My bumper's dented, can you check it?


Let me guess. Cell phone.

That's quite a bit of work there.

Can you leave it overnight?

No, no, overnight, that doesn't work.

Well, there's a garage over on First Street.

You could try them.

They're not gonna tell you

nothing new, though.

So, you want me to fix it or not?

Listen, why don't you get out

and just leave it to me?

You know what, I'm gonna come back later.

- Hi, Mom.

- Mary?

I've been trying to get you all morning.

Is everything okay?

Yeah, I'm fine. Everything's good. Why?

- You sound a little funny.

- Mom, I'm fine.

Did you pick up Grandma's parrots

at the airport?

Uh, no, it's not a good day.

I'll do it Monday, okay?

Sweetheart, no, no, no,

you really need to pick them up today.

Right, yeah, okay. I'll go.

I need you to pick them up right now,

as a matter of fact.

It's Saturday, and the place shuts at 1:00.

Right, Mom, I know. Okay.

I'll drop everything. I'm going, okay?

Mary, you sure you're okay?


Sorry, it's just...

It was a late night.

All right, sweetheart, I love you.

Love you, too.


Five more minutes

and these babies were on their way

to the tweet-tweet orphanage.

Nice talking to you, too!

Come on, come on, come on.

- Sorry, my nerves are just a little raw.

- Okay, sugar.

F***. Come on.

What's the best way to cover a small dent?

Make a bigger one, right?

Cover the first collision?

Okay, Mary,

you're losing it.

You're losing it, okay?

You're losing it, okay? Just...

F***. Okay, just...

Stop, Mary, just think. Think, okay? Okay?

The trout season officially opened

this weekend in Colombo.

All the old hands will try their luck

hooking a trophy specimen again this year.

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