Old 37

Synopsis: Disguised as paramedics, two psychopaths intercept 911 calls in an ambulance known as Old 37 and prey on unsuspecting teenage victims. But when a shy girl-next-door becomes their latest target, she turns the tables on her captors to fight for her survival. Hailed as "a blood-soaked, slasher fan's wet dream" by Dread Central, and "Jaws on the interstate" by iHorror. Starring Kane Hodder (Hatchet, Seven), Bill Moseley (Halloween, Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2), and Brandi Cyrus (Zoey 101, Hannah Montana).
Genre: Horror
Production: Big Picture Media Corporation
84 min






Oh, f*ck.

- MAN #1:
Dispatch to 842.

- MAN #2:
Go ahead.

842, single

motor vehicle accident.

Possible Jeep rollover.

Approximate mile marker 13.

Female is reported

to be outside the vehicle.

Possible head trauma.

Let's go!


Don't worry. I'm a paramedic.




And now for the news.

Three more abandoned vehicles

have been found in

the Pine Barrens region of

Bristol County this past month.

Locals are saying

Ash Pine Road has become

the new Bermuda Triangle

with 31 cars and/or drivers

going missing over

the past 20 years.

Seems the Golden Gears

car races have created

a few more monsters to

watch out for on the road...

Don't worry.

I'm a paramedic.

Automobile accidents involving

teen drivers have just gone up

29% in Bristol County over

the past three years.

Given the need to know

And who would've known

Take it away

Don't feel bad.

I'm a bad driver.

Oh, f*ck that.

I won Junior Gold Gears

two years running.


Oh, yeah, you're funny, huh?

No. It just sounds like

a terrible experience.

It must have been really scary.

You wanna see something

really scary?

Um, what is it?

Ah, it's better if I show you.




That was really scary!

Well, I told you.

You could have killed us.

You'll be fine.

We do it all the time.

That's funny.

Rachel couldn't

handle it either.


Let's make it fun.

Please don't kill me.

I'm never even

been to California.





Oh, shit, Jordan!


9-1-1, what's

your emergency?

Hello? We've been in

a really bad accident.

Please send help.

We're on Ash Pine Road.


Thank God.

He hasn't moved.

He's trapped. Please hurry.


Can you get him out of there?

Is he gonna be okay?



Don't worry. I'm a paramedic.

Worry about what?


Help me!




I know what you said

And I've been torn apart

since the day you left

I don't think I can

Do it again

So much in my own head

Totally obsessed

with the shit you said

- I don't think I can


Do it again

Let's go!


...I will see you in the end

How much should I take

When everything you made

you will someday break

And I don't think I can

Do it again.



Could you grab the mail, baby?

Department said that Daddy's

last check was finally sent.

Yeah, I got it.

It's only been eight months.

You working today?


Bill Higgins is supposed

to pop by

with a tomato plant.


I have those same boxers.

Thank you, Rachel.

Got new movies.

God, I love your mouth.

Let's go.

Nice underwear. Real sexy.


Later, flapjacks.

Hey, Jason. Nice day, huh?

Oh, what's on your lip?

It's a huge whore.

Did I hear you talking

to somebody out there?


Here's your mail.

Thank you, baby.

I thought maybe it was Angel.

Yeah. I don't think so.

What happened?


She's too busy with

her new friends.

I have too much going on,

though, anyway.

Yes, you do.

Have to get your essay

in their hands by the 15th.


My ticket out of

this town, thank God.

Hey, Mom, do you think dad

would have loved you

if you were like deformed

or had flapjacks or something?


I don't know. Never mind.

What would make you

ask that, sweetie?

Nothing, nothing. Just drop it.

Of course, your father

would have.

He did.

That's why he married me

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Submitted on August 05, 2018


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